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Want to get a head start on college classes while still in high school? Juniors and seniors can enroll in college classes and earn college credit. Check out more information below!
Concurrent enrollment is designed to prepare high school students for the collegiate experience. Upon admission, students must maintain a cumulative 2.0 GPA in concurrent courses to remain eligible in the concurrent enrollment program per Oklahoma State Regents policy.
High School Seniors and Juniors:
- 20 ACT on a National or Pre ACT Test or 1030 reading and math combined score on the SAT or PreSAT
- 3.0 high school GPA and top 50% of class*
Unweighted GPA and rank of 3.0 and top 50% of class*
*While students may meet the admission standards, they will not be eligible to take courses in subject areas where their ACT subscore is below a 19.
Home schooled students and students from unaccredited high schools shall have completed enough high school coursework to be equivalent to an individual who is classified as a junior or senior at an accredited high school. In addition, home school or unaccredited high school students cannot be admitted by high school GPA; they must meet the ACT requirements.
Admission materials required:
- Official High School Transcript
- ACT or SAT Test Scores or PreACT or PreSAT Test Scores
- Concurrent Enrollment Recommendation Form
Admission materials delivered or mailed to:
Office of Undergraduate Admissions
100 N University Drive, Box 151
Nigh University Center, Room 124
Edmond, OK 73034
Electronic transcripts can be sent by your high school counselor via XAP or Parchment. Faxed or emailed transcripts are not considered official.
*Additional admission materials may be requested.
Tuition & Fees
Eligible Oklahoma high school seniors will receive a tuition waiver for up to 18 credit hours (non-residents and Oklahoma high school juniors are not eligible for this waiver).
A high school senior is defined as a student who has completed their junior year, but has not yet graduated from high school. There are no family income levels to qualify for this waiver. The waiver does not cover fees or the cost of books.
Concurrent Enrollment students are not eligible for financial aid.
If you are an undocumented student, please visit our Undocumented Admissions page for information on how to apply to the University of Central Oklahoma.