Welcome to OSU Institute of Technology, where we believe that education is the key to unlocking your potential and achieving your dreams. Our commitment to student success is at the heart of everything we do, and we're proud to be a visionary leader in providing affordable, top-quality applied technology education since 1946.
World-Class Academic Programs and Career-Focused Education
90% Career Placement Rate
At OSUIT, we're committed to giving you more than just an education. We want to set you up for success in the real world. That's why our hands-on approach to teaching emphasizes practical skills and industry connections, with 38 degree programs that are tailored to meet the demands of today's job market. Our graduates are ready to hit the ground running and make a difference in their chosen fields.
But don't take our word for it – apply now and see for yourself why OSUIT is the perfect place to launch your career. Our admissions team is dedicated to helping you every step of the way, from answering your questions to guiding you through the application process. Let's work together to build your future.
At OSU Institute of Technology, we take pride in our diverse student body. Whether you are a high school senior, a current college student, or a working adult, we welcome you to join our engaging learning community.
To qualify for admission to OSUIT, prospective students must complete the following 15 units of high school coursework before enrollment:
- Four units of English
- Three units of Mathematics
- Three units of Laboratory Science
- Three units of History and Citizenship Skills
- Two additional units of foreign language, computer science, or courses that fit into one of the above categories
However, in addition to the general requirements, OSUIT has specific admission criteria for different types of students including first-time college students, transfer students, or special admissions such as international students.
First-time College Students Admissions
Both recent high school graduates and non-high school graduates are eligible for admission as first-time college students. You may submit your application with your ACT/SAT scores, high school transcripts, and other required documents for consideration. ACT/SAT scores are optional, we are requesting them to be submitted; however, they are not required.
If you have recently attended a college or university and earned more than six credit hours of college work, you are welcome to apply to OSUIT as a transfer student. Depending on the number of college credits completed, you may need to submit different materials with your application.
OSUIT is a fully accredited university that welcomes students from all over the world. Prospective international students need to demonstrate their successful completion of high school education and English proficiency with a TOEFL internet-based score of at least 61 or an IELTS score of at least 5.5.
Concurrent Student Enrollment
OSUIT also admits high school juniors and seniors for concurrent enrollment, where the students are able to receive college credits while maintaining enrollment in high school. Find out if you meet the requirements for concurrent enrollment.
In addition to the student types listed above, OSUIT also admits adult learners, non-degree seeking students, and home-study students. Learn more about the detailed admission requirements.
Application & Enrollment Deadlines
While there are no official deadlines for admission, we encourage students to submit their applications and required documents a few months prior to the start date of the trimester in which they intend to enroll. OSUIT is on a year-round trimester system that consists of three full terms each year and one summer interim term.
Spring 2023 starts on January 9
Summer 2023 starts on May 3
Fall 2023 starts on September 6
How to Apply to OSUIT
The admission process at OSUIT is straightforward. If you meet our admissions criteria, you may start your application online or submit a paper application to the Office of Admissions & Records.
After completing the application for admission, depending on your student type, you need to submit all your documents, such as official transcripts and ACT/SAT scores, to the admissions office so that we can holistically review your application and qualifications. ACT/SAT scores are optional, we are requesting them to be submitted; however, they are not required.
See our Admission Checklist for a detailed step-by-step guide.
Tuition and Financial Aid
Named the Top Affordable School in Oklahoma, OSUIT is dedicated to making our quality education accessible to students from diverse backgrounds. The tuition at OSUIT is about half the in-state tuition for most state universities. At only $6,703 per trimester, our affordable estimated cost of attendance includes tuition, fees, room and board, textbooks, and supplies.
In addition, striving to lessen student’s financial burden, OSUIT provides generous financial aid and scholarships to support students in their journey of achieving their dreams.
Learn more about our cost and financial aid.
We understand that student life is just as important as your classroom experience. That’s why we endeavor to enrich your campus life by providing ample opportunities to engage and collaborate with your peers through student clubs and sports.
Want to learn more about our campus culture? Schedule a campus tour today!
Admitted Students - Enrollment
The enrollment process for all new students starts with the Admissions Office. After you are admitted to OSUIT, your academic advisor from your department will work with you and outline a plan of study to identify course requirements for enrollment.
Continuing students are urged to review their academic progress each semester with an advisor from their department.
Find the enrollment timeline on our Academic Calendar.
All students are encouraged to enroll prior to the start of the semester. Late enrollment begins on the first day of school and will be allowed only during the first three days of the semester. A late fee will be assessed for those students enrolling during the first three days of the semester.