At OSU Institute of Technology, we are proud to offer a comprehensive range of student services tailored to meet the unique needs of OSUIT students attending classes on the OSU-Tulsa campus. Below you can find more information about the services offered and contact information for various key departments.
- Admission Requirements
- Course Transfer Guide
- Schedule a Virtual Admissions Appointment
- Q&A for Concurrent Students
- Q&A for International Students
For inforamtion about Transcripts, Enrollment Verifications, Appeals, Graduation/Diplomas, Class schedule, Academic Calendar, Enrollment Management (Add/Drop/Withdrawal), Transfer Credit, Academic Forgiveness, and FERPA visit the main Registrar page.
- Academic Calendar
- Class Schedule Search
- Office of Military and Veteran Services
- Graduation Application & Diplomas
The Bursar's Office handles tuition and fees payment and all money-related questions.
Paying your Bursar Account:
- Web Check
- Pay online at my.okstate.edu
- Credit Card Payments
- Pay online at my.okstate.edu.
- A 2.95 percent or $3.00 minimum convenience fee will be added to all credit card Bursar account payments.
- Visa, Mastercard and Discover are accepted
- Parent/Guest Online Payments
- Pay online here
- You will need the student's CWID and birthday
- Authorized User Payments
- Authorized users can pay online
To begin the Financial Aid process, you must first fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The FAFSA is used to determine eligibility for federal student aid such as grants, work-study, and loans. Oklahoma’s Promise and many scholarships also require a successful FAFSA to determine your eligibility. You can complete the FAFSA electronically at www.studentaid.gov.
Fall 2023 - Summer 2024 **** Fill out 2023-2024 FAFSA (using 2021 Tax information)
The FAFSA will ask you for a school code; OSUIT’s school code is 003172
You and your parent (if you are a dependent student) will need to create an FSA ID to sign your FAFSA electronically.
NOTE: The Department of Education considers you to be a Dependent student until you are 24 years old unless you meet certain qualifications that may determine you to be an Independent student.
For more information, visit the FAFSA dependency website.
Use the IRS data retrieval process on the FAFSA application to provide tax return information if you are eligible to do so and have filed your federal taxes online at least two weeks prior. Don’t make changes to the IRS data.
The LASSO Center provides a friendly place where you can receive academic assistance for your classes. The staff provides individualized educational support by using a hands-on, applied approach to instruction and tutoring.
Tutoring services are available to students in face-to-face or virtual formats, and include large and small group activities, hands-on materials, and continuous discussion of how general education topics apply to each student’s primary field of study. Tutors present each skill in a manner that targets visual, auditory, and kinesthetic learning styles. OSUIT-Tulsa students can schedule virtual tutoring sessions by contacting the LASSO Center staff. OSUIT also contracts with Tutor.com to provide 24/7 online tutoring services for students enrolled in select distance education courses.
Zoom Tutoring Sessions
Communications/English: Rae_warner@okstate.edu or 918-293-4987
Mathematics: email@example.com or 918-293-4887
Services to Students with Academic or Physical Accommodations
The Office of Academic Accommodations provides assistance to students with disabilities to promote independence and academic progress. Assistance is based on each student’s individual need and is designed to remove barriers that hinder learning, thereby providing an equal opportunity for academic success.
To initiate services, students must self-identify or disclose a disability to the Director of the Office of Academic Accommodations by completing a Request for Academic Accommodations form listing the specific academic accommodation(s) needed. This form must be completed each semester and requests are subject to approval by the Director of the Office of Academic Accommodations. For more information, visit the website or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
OSU-Tulsa Campus Cupboard
It’s hard to focus on academics when your pantry is empty or you need basic hygiene supplies. That’s where OSU-Tulsa’s Campus Cupboard comes in.
The Campus Cupboard is open to any currently enrolled OSU-Tulsa or OSUIT in Tulsa student experiencing food insecurity or in need of basic essentials.
Visit Campus Life on the OSU-Tulsa to fill out a form and pick up items.
Send an email to Campus Life and we will send the form to you and arrange a time for you to pick up items.
OSUIT in Okmulgee Pete's Pantry
Pete's Pantry helps to combat food insecurity and promote student success through its campus food pantry and clothes closet. The Pantry, which is located on the OSUIT-Okmulgee campus, is available to all students enrolled at OSUIT - including those enrolled through the Tulsa campus. Pete’s Pantry offers a range of grocery products, professional and family clothing items, and a variety of other necessities such as hygiene products, school and children's supplies, and more. There is no application process for students to take advantage of the pantry or clothes closet, students must simply show a student ID to access the services. There is no limit on items received, and students are welcome to visit as often as needed. For additional information and pantry hours, visit the website or contact Pete’s Pantry at 918-293-4630.
The academic catalog provides everything you need to know about OSUIT’s degree programs, course offerings, policies and procedures, and available student services.
Prior Learning Assessment
Earn College Credit for Your Prior Learning Experiences
OSUIT believes that college-level learning can take place outside of the traditional college classroom. Through Prior Learning Assessment, you can earn credit toward your degree by demonstrating the knowledge you have gained during years of work and life-long learning.
OSUIT offers numerous options for you to earn prior learning credit toward your degree of choice. Your program advisor can guide you through the process of uncovering these opportunities and identifying the options that best fit your needs. By taking advantage of our prior learning assessment options, you can save both time and money as there will be less coursework for you to complete. Contact your program advisor or email@example.com for assistance.
The OSUIT Library strives to provide excellent library service and access to all students. For a complete list of library services for OSUIT-Tulsa students, visit the OSUIT in Tulsa webpage.
Need a laptop or a hotspot? OSUIT’s Library offers a Tech To-Go Program that allows you to check out equipment for the entire semester. Visit the OSUIT Library webpage to check out tech.
The Campus Bookstore maintains a stock of OSU and OSUIT Spirit items, small gift items, clothing and books, tools, and other supplies needed for classes.
Book Rental Program & the OSUIT Online Bookstore
Students can order or rent textbooks, supplies, and many other items at OSUIT’s online bookstore. These items can be delivered to the student's home or picked up from the OSUIT bookstore.
Book Reservation Program
OSUIT-Tulsa students are encouraged to take advantage of having their textbooks prepackaged and delivered to the Tulsa campus by utilizing the OSUIT Book Reservation Program - just complete the online book reservation form and attach a copy of your class schedule for the upcoming semester. Students may choose to pay by credit card (MasterCard or Visa) or have their textbooks charged to their Bursar’s accounts.
Cowboy Care Telehealth Services
OSUIT has partnered with Academic Live Care to provide medical and counseling services to students through Cowboy Care Telehealth. OSUIT students now have access to 24/7 on-demand telephonic counseling, and virtual visits for therapy, psychiatry, urgent medical care, and nutrition - all at no cost to the student. Visit the telehealth webpage for more information on how to access these services.
OSUIT's Student Life department plans, promotes, and implements quality programs and activities that serve students’ interests. The department provides students with a wide range of no-cost social, recreational, cultural, and civic activities in the Tulsa area. OSUIT-Tulsa students who are interested in learning more or getting involved in these programs and activities can visit the main Student Life webpage or contact the Student Life office at 918-293-4942.
OSUIT’s Technology Services department provides support for all your technology questions. We can be reached at 918-293-4700 M-F 7:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. For reporting hardware issues or after-hours questions, please call 405-744-4357.