Enrollment for OSUIT's regular Spring 2024 session is now open with classes set to begin January 8. Get ready to start on your degree plan in one of our 38 programs.
No matter where you are on your journey, OSUIT is here to help you along the way.
Admissions and Enrollment
The enrollment process for all new students starts with the Admissions Office.
Our admissions staff will assist you through the process and provide you with initial advisement. You will then work with an academic advisor outlining a plan of study and identifying course requirements for enrollment. Review our admissions checklist.
For anticipated instruction method of each course, review the class details section within the class schedule search.
Campus Tours and Live Program Visits
Prospective students can sign up for a campus tour, or learn more about our programs and beautiful campus virtually. You can watch a live program visit, information session or Q&A with current and past students as well as schedule your visit to the OSUIT campus. Make your appointment now.
OSUIT offers a variety of financial aid through scholarships, grants, federal loans, and more. Learn more about types of aid, eligibility, how to apply and more through our Office of Financial Aid & Scholarships.
At OSUIT, the halls are more than just a place to sleep and eat. They are exciting, active campus communities that promote a student’s personal and academic well being.
For more information on securing housing for the fall term, visit our prospective residents page.
The OSUIT campus bookstore hours are Monday-Friday: 7:30 am - 4:30 pm, closed on Saturday and Sunday.
You may purchase your books online with credit card or your student financial aid at osuitbookstore.okstate.edu .
Book charges on Student Financial aid are allowed each semester beginning the Monday following graduation and end two weeks from the day classes begin.
Book Reservation Program
Students may take advantage of having their textbooks prepackaged and ready for pick-up by participation in the OSUIT Book Reservation Program by filling out the book reservation form. Students may choose to pay by credit card (MasterCard, Visa or Discover) or have their textbooks charged to their Bursar’s account.