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Nationally recognized as a military-friendly university, OSU Institute of Technology is proud of a long heritage of serving veterans since 1946. OSUIT works with service men and women to discover how their military skills and experiences can transfer into college credits and helps them determine the degree program that will best suit their needs and experiences.

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We're Committed To Our Military

Our veterans had their mission—to protect our freedoms. OSUIT has its mission—to provide the training, education and resources to deploy a workforce-ready, highly marketable veteran with the skills and credentials valued by employers.

Our expedited programs include the evaluation of military training and experience for college credit and create a direct pathway to the veteran’s desired college degree.

Workforce Ready

Valued Skills + Credentials

Shortest Time to Graduation

Direct Pathway to a Degree

True to You at OSUIT

Serving Veterans First Since 1946

Our OSUIT Programs are Designed for

Leaders Like You

Our academic programs are designed to prepare you with the skills you need for a job—setting you up to Be the One They Call.


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Earn Credits for Military Experience

At OSUIT, your prior military experience could be applied as credit toward classes in your degree program. To learn more about the Prior Learning Assessment and to see if your experience can earn you credits and save you money, visit our prior learning page online.

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Transfer to Get Ahead

If you are transferring to OSUIT with credits from one or more colleges, you must provide additional documentation to transfer your course credit. If you have taken fewer than 24 credit hours, please submit all the documentation and test scores requested for admissions, along with an official college transcript from each college attended. Students with 24 or more credit hours do not need to submit a high school transcript or ACT scores.

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We're Here to Serve You

If you have questions or would like additional information, contact Sommer Farrimond, veteran services coordinator, in OSU Institute of Technology’s Office of Military and Veteran Services at 918-293-4972, or by email at

Ready to Apply?

We hope you’re ready to Be True to You at OSUIT—we’d love to have you at our school! Spring 2024 applications open on October 16, with no deadline to apply. OSUIT's application is quick and easy to fill out, with no fees, essay questions or test scores required!

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Why Veterans Choose OSU Institute of Technology

Financial Aid Shopping Sheet

OSUIT provides a Financial Aid Shopping Sheet, which is based on the Department of Education July 2013 template, which is provided to the institution via our integrated Ellucian Banner database software. The Shopping Sheet is created by the ERP system at the time the student is budgeted and is available to be viewed through the student’s Banner portal. It is located under the financial aid area along with the student’s award information.

Financial Aid Information

OSUIT emails all identified prospective students information regarding the availability of federal and state financial aid and VA benefits. Upon receipt of admission application, additional information is provided detailing the steps to apply for financial aid and VA benefits at the University to those applicants who declare their intent to utilize those benefits. Similar information is posted on OSUIT's military and veteran services webpage.

Point of Contact

OSUIT’s Office of Military and Veterans Services is the designated Point of Contact for matters associated with the Principles of Excellence. Students will be referred to other College offices as needed for specific issues.


The University does not, and has never, conducted fraudulent or aggressive recruiting on or off military installations or in any other venue, nor do we misrepresent ourselves, our programs, or our mission. We do not pay incentive compensation to anyone for recruiting actions. We meet all state authorization requirements and perform yearly program auditing conducted by the Oklahoma State Approving Agency


OSUIT's is approved by several agencies and boards: the Higher Learning Commission (HLC) since 1975, the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education, the Board of Regents of Oklahoma State University and the Agricultural & Mechanical Colleges, and the Oklahoma State Approving Agency. New degree programs are approved, in order, by the OSUIT Curriculum Committee, Oklahoma State University A&M Board of Regents, and the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education. Substantive changes to existing degree programs are approved, in order, by the OSUIT Curriculum Committee, Oklahoma State University A&M Board of Regents, and the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education.


OSUIT shall grant a leave of absence, which shall not exceed a cumulative five (5) years, to a student who is a member of the active uniformed military services of the US and called to active duty. More information can be found in the University Catalog.

Return of Funds

Current tuition refund/return processes for withdrawal due to service obligations of service members utilizing Tuition Assistance follow the guidelines set forth by the Department of Defense by following the university’s “Third Party Billing Agreement” found on the university’s website here.

Education Plans

Each student who applies and is accepted for admission as a degree-seeking student is provided an official evaluation of transfer credit normally within 30 business days of their admission and is applied to their transcript at OSUIT. The evaluation is continuously upgraded as the student progresses in their program and can be viewed on Ellucian Degree Works software. The evaluation includes all course requirements for their chosen degree, credits transferred in, how those credits are applied to the degree plan, and the expected timeline to complete their degree.

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