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What better way for your student to decide if Oklahoma City University feels like the right fit than a campus visit. The Office of Admissions offers two information sessions and campus tours daily...   Read more ›

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Oklahoma City University

Oklahoma City University is a coeducational, urban, private university located in the heart of Oklahoma City. Established in 1904, OCU is affiliated with the United Methodist Church and offers more than 60 undergraduate degree programs in the liberal arts, fine arts, sciences, business, and nursing.    Read more ›

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Each student is assigned an admissions counselor who is ready to help any questions they may have. Find your admissions counselor.

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Campus Visit: Feels like home

What better way for your student to decide if Oklahoma City University feels like the right fit than a campus visit.

 

The Office of Admissions offers two information sessions and campus tours daily, Monday-Friday at 9:00 am and 1:00 pm. During your family's visit to campus, you will meet with an admissions counselor, take a campus tour with one of our Gold Star Ambassadors, meet with financial aid, and eat in the cafeteria. Your student may also have the opportunity to visit with a faculty member and sit in on a class.

 

Please be aware that some visit dates and activities are limited due to campus holidays and events. Try to schedule your student's visit early so we can accommodate all your family's needs. Click Here to Schedule a Visit Today!

 

Let's talk about Oklahoma City University

Oklahoma City University is a coeducational, urban, private university located in the heart of Oklahoma City. Established in 1904, OCU is affiliated with the United Methodist Church and offers more than 60 undergraduate degree programs in the liberal arts, sciences, business, and nursing.

 

OCU prides itself on delivering individualized attention to our campus population. Currently, more than 2,300 undergraduate and 1,700 graduate students make up our student body. More importantly, OCU has students from 50 states and more than 60 foreign countries, creating a diverse campus environment.

 

Personalized attention is maximized in the classroom; OCU has an 11:1 student to faculty ration and averages 17 students in lower division classes and 13 students in upper division classes. All classes are taught by professors, not teaching assistants, and 78% of our faculty hold the highest degree in their fields.

 

Learning outside of the classroom is just as important for OCU students as learning inside the classroom. OCU prides itself on service-learning opportunities. Eligible students can apply to participate in the University Honors Program, OCULeads, study abroad programs, and many more. Similarly, OCU offers more than 80 student-led campus organizations, including seven national fraternities and sororities. If that is not enough, OCU offers stellar NAIA athletics for men and women. Whether your student is an athlete or a fan, it is always a blast to cheer on the Stars as they compete for the next NAIA championship. (51 and counting!)

 

Finally, OCU offers exceptional financial support. More than 90% of students receive academic, merit, performance or need-based financial aid. This amounts to more than $34 million awarded annually. With all OCU has to offer, it is easy to see our students and families alike consider OCU to be a great value.

 

If your student has not yet applied, the application is available online. OCU offers rolling admissions, but in order to be considered for the full range of scholarships, please encourage your student to apply by December 1, 2013. In addition to the online application, your student must submit an application essay, official high school transcripts, official SAT and/or ACT scores, and a high school counselor letter of recommendation. Once the completed application is received, your student's admissions counselor will review and make a decision. The Office of Admissions will begin announcing admission decisions October 1, 2013.

 

It is an exciting time in your student's life as they embark on their journey toward selecting a university. OCU looks forward to supporting your family throughout this journey. Please contact the Office of Admissions at 405-208-5050, so we can help you get started.