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Regular Admission

Bachelorís Degree

Students seeking regular admission to baccalaureate degree programs must meet the following performance-based admission standards, i.e., 1, 2 and 3 or 4 or 5.

Minimum admission requirements are as follows:

1.   

Meet high school curricular requirements as outlined in previous section.

2.   

Be a graduate of an accredited high school or possess a GED. (Student's high school class must have graduated.)

AND

3.   

Attained an ACT or SAT score to rank in the top 50%* based on ACT Oklahoma norms or SAT national norms (2006-2007 ACT = 20; recentered SAT = 940, original SAT = 870).

  OR

4.   

Attained a high school GPA** and class rank in the top 50% of high school graduating class (2006-2007 =2.7).

  OR

5.   

Attained a high school GPA** in State Regents required high school core (2006-2007 GPA = 2.7).

*These scores are reviewed annually by the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education and are subject to change without further notice.

**The GPA will de defined annually by the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education to correspond to the rank in class.

Associate in Arts and Associate in Science

Minimum admission requirements are as follows:

1.

Meet high school curricular requirements

2.

Graduate of an accredited high school or possess a GED (studentís high school class must have graduated)

3.

Complete the ACT or SAT test

4.

Students must remove any high school curricular requirement and skills deficiencies within the first 24 credit hours attempted.

Associate in Applied Science

Minimum admission requirements are as follows:

1.

Meet high school curricular requirements

2.

Graduate of an accredited high school or possess a GED (studentís high school class must have graduated)

3.

Complete the ACT or SAT test

Students lacking curricular requirements must remove curricular deficiencies within the first 24 semester credit hours attempted and prior to taking courses in the discipline. To transfer to a baccalaureate degree program, the student must meet both the curricular and performance admission standards.