After you have been admitted, follow this checklist to become an OCU STAR!
BlueLink is your online information link to the university. This area gives you important information about your OCU student email account, enrollment, financial aid, announcements, and more. Additionally, important information and notices will be sent via your OCU student email account. Visit bluelink.okcu.edu regularly to ensure you do not miss any important information or deadlines.
Please contact the Campus Technology Help desk at (405) 208-5555. *The first time you log in to BlueLink, please set up your security profile by clicking on “My Questions and Answers Profile.”
Visit fafsa.ed.gov to complete the FAFSA online. The FAFSA is available October 1 and priority consideration for financial assistance is given to students who submit the FAFSA by March 1. OCU’s FAFSA school code is 003166. Before you file the FAFSA, you and a parent need to register for a FAFSA PIN number at www.pin.edu.gov. The PIN allows you to electronically sign the FAFSA. If Student Financial Services needs any additional paperwork, you will learn what is needed by logging into BlueLink. Beginning in late January, Financial Aid packages are mailed to students who have completed all of their financial aid paperwork. The Financial Aid package details merit-based, need-based aid, and federal aid. State aid is included as an estimate until funds are received by the state.
The Enrollment Commitment Deposit of $150 secures your place in the freshman class. This deposit is required to enroll in classes and attend STARS 101. The Enrollment Commitment Deposit is nonrefundable after May 1. To pay your Enrollment Commitment Deposit, please go to okcu.edu/paymentsite.
Students who are under 21 years of age are required to live on campus. Exceptions are made for those students who choose to live at home. You can apply for housing online at okcu.edu/campus/residencelife. You will use your BlueLink user ID and password to log in to the housing application. Along with the housing application and questionnaire, there is a non-refundable $250 housing fee. Housing assignments are made in priority order of the date the housing application and fee are received. You are encouraged to apply early.
Attendance to STARS 101 is required for all incoming freshmen. STARS 101 is a day to enroll in classes, attend orientation sessions, get your student ID, and purchase your OCUReads book. STARS 101 registration opens February 15.
At the completion of your senior year, please have your school send us your final transcript, which includes your graduation date. To be considered official, your transcript must be sent directly from the school to our office. OCU accepts transcripts electronically. If your high school participates with a secure online service, ask them to send your transcript to us electronically. If you have completed any college work (including AP, IB, and CLEP scores), please send the official transcript or scores to the university. The Student Health Center requires an Immunization Record on file before August 1st.
You can mail, fax, or email a copy of your immunization record to:
OCU Campus Health Services2501 N BlackwelderOklahoma City, OK 73106.
Please be sure to include your name, Student ID number, and date of birth on the records.Fax: (405) 208-6016Email: email@example.com
Stars Week is a week-long celebration to introduce new students to the OCU experience. STARS Week is August 15-20. All new undergraduate students participate in both mandatory and optional events that will create connections to the campus community in and out of the classroom. Highlights of Stars Week include Matriculation Convocation, OCUReads, Blue Out Blow Out Spirit Rally, Campus Connect, and Stars on Bricktown. Stars Week is also full of opportunities to get acquainted with campus life and people who will help you make the successful transition to college life. Parents and families are also welcomed to OCU during the first two days of Stars Week.
Oklahoma City University now requires that all students maintain student health insurance coverage as a condition of enrollment. The insurance fee for the Oklahoma City University SHIP (Student Health Insurance Plan) is automatically billed to your student account each semester.
If you already have health insurance coverage that meets the university's requirements, there is a SHIP waiver available, which will allow you to waive the university's SHIP and maintain your current insurance coverage.
More information about Student Health Insurance
The 2016-2017 form is now available. After submitting the form you may pick up your parking permit in the Student Accounts Office on the 3rd floor of the Clara Jones Administration Building. Parking permit prices vary based on the permit you choose. Register for a parking permit here.