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Apply for Graduate Studies

Coronavirus Updates for Prospective Graduate College Students

U.S. citizen, permanent resident, undocumented, or DACA students and all students outside of the U.S. who wish to take graduate-level courses should follow the steps provided below:

  1. Begin the application process by creating an account to start your online application. 
  2. Choose your desired graduate program.
  3. Provide your personal information.
  4. Log in if you're a returning applicant.
  5. Provide the requested information on the application.
  6. Submit your application* and pay the non-refundable $60 application fee.
  7. Provide any required supplemental materials for:
    • Graduate College admissions
    • Academic program
    • International admissions. International students must submit applications by the international application deadline.
    • Send official eTranscripts to UCO, or mail official transcripts to the address below: 

    U.S. Resident and International Applicants: 

    UCO - Jackson College of Graduate Studies
    100 North University Drive, Box 117
    Nigh University Center, Room 404
    Edmond, OK 73034
*Keep in mind you can log in and finish at any time.

International Application Deadline

These deadlines apply to prospective international students only:

  • Spring 2022 semester: November 15
  • Fall 2022 semester: June 15

We're here to help!

If you need any assistance in the meantime, please call 405-974-3341 or email the UCO graduate college.

International students seeking application assistance may call 405-974-3341 or email igrad@uco.edu.

 

The instructions above are for prospective graduate students only. If you're looking to apply to an undergraduate degree, please visit the undergraduate application page.