Transfer for a semester. A Sooner for life!
Am I a transfer student?
Defined by the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education, transfer students are undergraduate students who have attended an accredited college or university and have attempted more than six semester hours, excluding remedial (pre-college) work or credit hours accumulated as a concurrently-enrolled high school student.
In order to be admitted to OU, transfer students must have completed 7 non-remedial college credit hours at an accredited college or university post high school graduation. Transfer students with fewer than 24 non-remedial credit hours must meet the direct from high school admission requirements in addition to their specific academic college’s transfer GPA requirement. Transfer students with 24 non-remedial credit hours or more must meet their specific academic college’s transfer GPA requirement
|US CITIZENS & PERMANENT RESIDENTS||INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS|
|High school graduates with seven or more college hours after high school graduation||Have attempted seven or more college credit hours at a post-secondary institution|
If you are an undocumented student, please visit our Undocumented Admissions page for information on how to apply to the University of Oklahoma.
Application & scholarship deadlines
Submit your application for admission as soon as possible to maximize opportunities for housing, scholarships and financial aid.
The deadline to apply for the spring semester is November 1. The deadline to apply for the summer and fall semesters is April 1.
If you would like to be considered for general transfer scholarships, the deadlines are November 1 for the spring semester and March 1 for the summer and fall semesters.
How to apply
1. Submit the application. This includes a $40, non-refundable application fee for domestic applicants.
2. Mail supporting documents:
- Official transcripts from each collegiate institution attended
- Final high school transcript
- ACT or SAT scores (if you have fewer than 24 semester hours of college level work)
University of Oklahoma
Office of Admissions & Recruitment
1000 Asp Ave., Room 127
Norman, OK 73019-4076
All transcripts, test scores, correspondence or other materials submitted in conjunction with an application for admission become the permanent property of the University and will not be returned. Should you need copies of your transcripts for other purposes, you must obtain them from the originating institution(s).
3. Once the Office of Admissions & Recruitment has received your application and all supporting documents, we will evaluate and verify your academic credentials. You should receive a notification of your admission decision through regular mail within 4 to 6 weeks.
We accept academic courses from regionally accredited institutions. To see if your credits will transfer, learn more about transfer equivalencies.
Meet the transfer team
We're here to help! Contact us anytime with questions.
- Courtnay, Amy, Kellie, Michael, Dana & Ashten