The University of Central Oklahoma recognizes that some high school accelerated classes or honors programs have prepared students at the college level. Tests of the Advanced Placement Program are administered by the College Entrance Exam Board and are taken while in high school. High School counselors can usually assist students with testing arrangements. The University of Central Oklahoma will award credit to students who receive a score of 3, 4, or 5 on the approved classes.
The student must have official AP scores from College Board sent to UCO. After earning at least 12 hours of credit at UCO, the student must visit Testing Services in Thatcher Hall, Room 307, fill out and sign an Application for Extra-Institutional Testing before the credit will be added to the transcript.