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Non-Degree Seeking Admissions

How to Apply - Non-Degree Seeking

The Office of Admissions will review your application file once we have received all required parts of your application.

Please mail completed applications to: 

Office of Undergraduate Admissions
2501 N. Blackwelder Ave.
Oklahoma City, OK 73106

Auditing Courses

An Oklahoma City University student may audit a course (excluding courses offered by the School of Law) by attending class sessions and completing classroom assignments. No examinations are taken and no credit is given. The student transcript carries the designation "AU." The "AU" designation, once recorded on the transcript, may not be changed to a letter grade. Audited courses do not satisfy degree requirements. If a student determines that an audited course is needed to fulfill a major requirement, the student must repeat the course and earn a letter grade.

A student may audit only if permitted by the appropriate school or department policy and on a space-available basis. Students may not audit individualized academic experiences such as internships, directed study, independent study, music lessons, dance instruction, etc. Audited courses will not be considered in a student’s normal semester load.

Procedure: The audit option can only be selected through the second Friday of the regular semester and through the first Friday after four class days of a summer session. Once the add/drop period is over, the option to audit a course is forfeited. Students must obtain permission and the signature of the instructor whose course they choose to audit. An instructor has the right to refuse to permit students to audit a course. Students registered to audit a class are not guaranteed a space until after the drop/add period. Audit applications must be submitted to the Office of Admissions.

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Non-Degree Seeking or Unclassified Students

Students may enroll at Oklahoma City University for purposes of personal enrichment, personal growth, or transfer of credit to another institution. Such students will be designated as unclassified students.

Unclassified students who do not plan to seek a degree at Oklahoma City University do not need to meet the admission requirements specified for degree seeking applicants. Unclassified students may earn a maximum of 12 semester hours at Oklahoma City University. In addition, unclassified applicants must submit the following to the Office of Admissions.

  • Application for admission including a non-refundable $55 application fee
    • Make sure to select the appropriate application for admission and to select the "non-degree seeking" major option
  • Official transcript or letter of good standing from the registrar of the last school attended