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As you are advising students, we hope you will consider recommending the University of Central Oklahoma! We would love to come visit your high school or speak with you about the opportunities for your students at Central! The resources below are just for you!

 

High School Counselor Form

If you would like to receive updated UCO information, request a school visit, or be added to our High School Counselor database. 

REQUEST more INFORMATION

 

High School Counselor Day

This day is specifically designed for high school counselors. On the day of the event, there will be a $1,000 scholarship for each participating school, spotlight sessions highlighting Central's top academic programs, and educational sessions about admission, scholarships and more. One counselor is invited from each high school. 

Monday, November 13, 2017

Registration will open Fall 2017. Stay Tuned!

 

Concurrent at Central

Concurrent enrollment is designed to prepare high school students for the collegiate experience. Concurrent enrollment is open to high school juniors and seniors. Check out more information below!

Concurrent Enrollment

To be eligible to register for classes, concurrent students must submit a Concurrent Enrollment Recommendation Form prior to each semester they wish to enroll concurrently. 

Concurrent Enrollment Recommendation Form

 

AP Credits

The Advance Placement (AP) test allows high school students to take examinations for credit at the college level. On the following website is a list of AP examinations for which UCO awards credit. 

AP Score Equivalencies

 

Scholarships

The combined application is for both admission & scholarship consideration. For students to be considered for scholarships, they must apply and ensure admission materials are received no later than 5 pm on February 1, 2018. Students meeting the scholarship deadline will be considered for Academic and Leadership Scholarships at Central. 

Electronic transcripts can be sent via XAP or Parchment. Faxed or emailed transcripts are not considered official. 

Scholarships