Regular admission standards include a 22 ACT or SAT equivalent and a cumulative 3.0 GPA. The College Board provides an online SAT Score Converter so that you can see how specific scores from the old and new tests compare to each other. Oklahoma City University recalculates every high school grade point average on a standard 4.0 scale. All Pre-AP, Honors, and AP courses are weighted on a 5 point scale (A=5, B=4, C=3, D=1). Our calculation will be used for admission and scholarship purposes.
Transfer students with a conferred Associate of Science (AS) or Associate in Arts (AA) degree (not an Associate in Applied Science (AAS) degree) from an accredited college or university can enter OCU as "general education completed." However, two general education requirements that are specific to our college culture and enrich the OCU experience - Biblical Literature or World Religions, and a service learning course - if not present on the transcript, must be completed while matriculated at OCU.
International students are eligible to apply to Oklahoma City University's undergraduate programs if they have completed the equivalent of a High School Diploma or with completion of Higher/Senior Secondary School. Students must also demonstrate English Proficiency by submitting one of the following: TOEFL (ibt) score of 80, IELTS 6.0 (no sub-band lower than 5.5), or ELS level 112.
International students are eligible to apply to Oklahoma City University's graduate programs if they possess the equivalent of a U.S. four-year Bachelor's degree from a recognized or accredited university. Students must also demonstrate English Proficiency. For most programs, a TOEFL (ibt) score of 80, IELTS 6.0 (no sub-band lower than 5.5), or ELS level 112 will meet this requirement. Some programs have higher English Proficiency requirements.