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Grades to Make

Public Colleges and Universities

When you apply for admission to an Oklahoma state college or university, the institution will look at either your score on a national test (ACT or SAT), your high school grade point average (GPA) and where your average ranks within your high school class, or your GPA in the 15 high school core courses required for college entry.

Oklahoma State College and University Admission Standards Effective Fall 2023

Research Universities

Applications are evaluated using a combination of standardized test scores, high school GPA (all courses), GPA (Regent 15-Unit Core), and/or class rank. Research universities may use a holistic admission process.

Visit each research university's admission website to find more details.

 

Statewide Universities

Applications are evaluated using a combination of standardized test scores, high school GPA (all courses), GPA (Regent 15-Unit Core), and class rank. Statewide institutions may set standards appropriate to their mission and the students they serve.

Visit each statewide university's admission website to find more details.

 

Regional Universities

Applications are evaluated using a combination of standardized test scores, high school GPA (all courses), GPA (Regent 15-Unit Core), and class rank. Statewide institutions may set standards appropriate to their mission and the students they serve.

Visit each regional university's admission website to find more details.

 

Community Colleges

You don't need to make certain scores, but you should fulfill the following requirements: take required high school classes and graduate from an accredited high school or have a GED.

Visit each community college's admission website to find more details.


Note: If you want to go to a state university, but you don't meet the course and grade requirements, ask your counselor about right-to-try provisions.

For more information, contact your high school counselor or email Dr. Robert Placido at rplacido@osrhe.edu.

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