Applying as a Transfer Student

Are you thinking about making the move to ORU? Now's the time - Start the Application Process today!

At ORU we do everything possible to make your transition as smooth as possible. Our admissions staff is available to answer your questions and help you in every way we can. If you need help or have questions, connect with our Transfer Student Enrollment Counselor at 918.495.6518 or admissions@oru.edu. You can also click here to access the application process or view our extensive list of transfer resources.

We encourage you to apply as soon as possible to receive these benefits:

1.) We'll waive the application fee if you apply online.
2.) No essay to write!
3.) Receive a 3-day admissions decision once your application file is complete.
4.) Be awarded an ORU transfer student scholarship ranging up to $11,000 per year!

"WHERE DO I START?"

That's a great question. Start today by submitting an online application. Once you finish this step, explore the Transfer Student Application Process to see what other material you'll need to be considered for admission to ORU.

> Application Process
> Transfer Student Resources

"SO, WHAT'S REQUIRED FOR FULL-ACCEPTANCE AS A TRANSFER STUDENT?"

To be defined as a "transfer student" you should have earned 15 or more hours before starting at ORU from a regionally accredited or otherwise recognized post-secondary institution since graduating from high school or receiving your GED. If you do not have at least 15 hours, you will enter with as a freshman. To learn more about applying as a freshman, click here

If you qualify as a transfer student, you will need to meet the following requirements to be considered for full acceptance:

  • Cumulative GPA of 2.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale. 

If you have attended more than one institution, the GPA from each school will be combined to calculate your cumulative GPA. In addition to your college transcript, you will need to have the high school from which you graduated send a final official high school transcript or official GED score report to the ORU. This must come directly from the high school or issuing institution.

"WHAT IF I DON'T MEET THESE REQUIREMENTS?"

No need to worry. We understand that there are exceptions. If you're thinking about ORU but don't meet these criteria, we still encourage you to start the application process. You may be granted probationary and/or conditional acceptance. This means you can still be a student at ORU, along with receiving extra tools and resources that will help you succeed as a college student.