Parents & Family Admission Guide

Welcome future 鶹Ƶ parents and support systems! We're glad you’re here. It’s an exciting time for your family, and our Parent & Family Admission Guide is here to help. In this guide, you'll find resources, ways you can connect, and valuable information on how to support your student's success.

鶹Ƶ Graduate in cap and gown with family

Stay informed, .

Becoming a 鶹Ƶ Student

  1. Apply for Admission.
  2. Apply for financial aid and apply for scholarships.
  3. Does your family live in Tulsa County? Apply for Tulsa Achieves Scholarship.
  4. Submit your transcripts.
  5. Attend New Student Orientation.

Congratulations, your student is an official 鶹Ƶ Student!

Connect With Admissions

Frequently Asked Questions

Q. How does my student enroll in classes? 
A. Your student will meet with an academic advisor and enroll in classes during their new student orientation.

Q. How can I get access to my student’s records?
A. The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA) governs students’ rights regarding their educational records. In order to release information to a student's parents or guardian, a must be on file in the student's record.

Q. How can my student receive academic support?
A. The free support provided by our professional staff in writing, reading, math, science, and languages is available not only for courses in those disciplines but for any course in which those skills may be required. Our Tutoring Centers will work with your student in person or remotely to provide the highest quality instructional support.

Q. How can my student get involved on campus or learn more about campus involvement?
A. The Student Life office on each of the four main campuses organizes events and activities for students outside the classroom every month during the school year. The Student Life office is also home to more than 60 student organizations your student can join to get involved on campus.

Q. How much money can my student save by attending 鶹Ƶ for their first two years?
A. Doing your first two years at 鶹Ƶ can save you an average of $32,833. Check out our College-Cost Comparison Chart to see how 鶹Ƶ's compares with area 4-year institutions.