Filing the FAFSA?
On May 10, the Federal Student Aid PIN is being replaced by an FSA ID, a username and password, that must be used to login to certain U.S. Department of Education websites. Visit the link below for instructions on how to create your FSA ID.
As you review your financial aid letter, please remember that if you qualify for any of the State grants, they cannot be included in your award package until we are able to verify eligibility with the Oklahoma State Regents of Higher Education (OSRHE). If you think you qualify for the Oklahoma's Promise Grant, you can contact the OSRHE office by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (405) 225-9152 or toll free at (800) 858-1840. If you have verified your eligibility, please notify our financial aid office. Students are responsible for notifying our office of eligibility.
First-time freshmen contact Kerry Horst at email@example.com of your eligibility.
Transfer undergraduates contact Scott Garrison at firstname.lastname@example.org of your eligibility.
Because we offer you an education like no other, Oklahoma City University does all we can to help you cover your costs. We're all about helping both undergraduate and graduate students become who they want to be.
That's why we do all we can to ease your mind about expenses, so you can focus on choosing a college based on the most important issue – what it offers you academically – not based on what it costs.
You'll find our commitment to student success in the numbers: We award more than $34 million annually in academic merit scholarships or performance scholarships; awards range from $1,000 to $10,000. Oklahoma City University works hard to put together a financial aid package that meets your needs. More than 90 percent of our students are awarded financial aid!
Both The National Review College Guide and The Student Guide to America's 100 Best College Buys have recognized Oklahoma City University's academic excellence and affordability. Our financial aid counselors are a group of caring people who work closely with students and their parents to create personalized financial aid packages. Contact our office for more information.