The Oxford Plan for Incoming Freshmen
The Oxford Plan puts students on the fast track to OCU Law. Participants in the Oxford Plan can qualify to complete their combined B.A. and J.D. degrees in only six years rather than the usual seven. This results in significant tuition savings. To qualify for early admission to OCU Law, participants must complete the course requirements of the Oxford Plan. They will receive their B.A. degrees after successfully completing their first year of law school.
Oxford Plan students with an undergraduate GPA of 3.5 or higher and an LSAT score of 155 or higher are guaranteed admission to the OCU School of Law. Other Oxford Plan students will receive a preference in admission to the School of Law over applicants from other undergraduate institutions.
To learn more about OCU, please see the OCU Law website.
To be eligible for the Oxford Plan at Oklahoma City University, incoming freshmen must satisfy any one of the following requirements:
- A composite ACT score of 27 or higher
- A combined SAT score of 1280 or higher
- A high school cumulative GPA of 3.75 or higher on a 4.0 scale (or the equivalent). In addition, international students must have an internet-based TOEFL (IBT) score of 100 or higher
- Complete the university application for admission. A $55 application fee is required.
- Submit the required documents to complete your application
- Complete the online application for the Oxford Plan. You will be asked to upload your resume and to submit a 250-word response to the question, "What interests you about the study of law?" Applications are reviewed on an ongoing basis, and you should be notified of decisions within two to three weeks following the completion of the application.
- Log in to your Star Page. This is a personalized guide through the admissions process that allows you to check your application status and contact your counselor and get other important news about campus events.
Your online application will be evaluated by OCU faculty who teach in the Oxford Plan. You should receive a response concerning your application within two to three weeks.
If you have any further questions about the program or application process, please contact any of the faculty and staff below.
Dr. Richard Johnson
Professor of Political Science, Chair, Political Science
Dr. Scott Davidson
Professor of Philosophy, Chair, Philosophy