Admissions Checklist

New Student & Transfer Student
  • Application for Admissions
  • Official High School Transcript or GED Scores
  • ACT Scores
  • Compass Assessment (If needed)
  • Official College Transcripts (If applicable)
  • Immunization Records
Returning Student
  • Application for Admissions
  • Official College Transcripts (from all colleges attended since last attended OSUIT)

Office of Admissions:

Submit the above required documents for admission to OSUIT. Grady W. Clack Center

Assessment & Testing:

Compass Testing may be required for placement purposes. (All students will be required to take the Compass Assessment unless they can prove proficient in a subject area with ACT by obtaining sub scores of 19 or higher or have transfer credit.) Grady W. Clack Center

Enrollment:

All Admissions requirements must be completed to enroll. Enrollment occurs in the academic department with the student’s advisor. All New & Transfer Students must attend a CowboyUp! New Student Orientation during their first semester as a requirement for continued enrollment.

Office of Financial Aid & Scholarships:

Complete the FAFSA application online or visit with one of our Financial Aid Specialists. OSUIT’s FAFSA school code is 003172. Grady W. Clack Center

Scholarships:

Students will automatically be eligible for consideration for all OSUIT Foundation Scholarships when their FAFSA application, along with all financial aid paperwork is completed and student is enrolled as a full time student five weeks prior to the beginning of each semester. Grady W. Clack Center

Veteran Services:

All Veterans, Spouses, and Dependents utilizing VA Benefits will need to submit a copy of their Certificate of Eligibility to the VA Coordinator. Find out more information regarding Veteran & Military education benefits. Grady W. Clack Center

Office of the Bursar:

Housing deposit, parking permit, meal plans, payment plans, and tuition should be paid in the Bursar’s office. Grady W. Clack Center

Student ID:

After students enroll, they may have their Student ID Card made. Students must present their class schedule to obtain ID. Welcome Desk of the Grady W. Clack Center

Bookstore:

Shop for textbooks, supplies, and OSUIT school spirit merchandise at the campus bookstore located in the Student Union or through the online bookstore.

Office of Residential Life:

Housing Contracts are made at the Office of Residential Life located in the Wilson Commons of Miller-Kamm Dormitories. The deposit for housing is made at the Office of the Bursar.

Visit MyOSUIT and activate your Orange Key (O-Key) Account.

MyOSUIT is the portal for OSUIT students. Activate your O-KEY Account, create an OSUIT email account, check your grades, view your schedule, modify your enrollment, pay your bill, check your email, access the online classroom, and receive OSUIT notifications/alerts all from one convenient page.

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Admissions Criteria

Find out more about the criteria for admissions requirements.


Concurrent Enrollment

Find out more about concurrent enrollment.

New Students

  1. Complete application for admission.
  2. Submit your eight-semester, official high school transcript.
  3. Submit your ACT scores.
  4. Complete the COMPASS testing: a computer generated assessment administered through the Assessment Center at OSU Institute of Technology.
  5. Submit your immunization records.

Transfer Students

  1. Complete application for admission.
  2. Submit official transcripts from high school and all colleges attended.
  3. Submit your ACT scores.
  4. Complete the COMPASS testing: a computer generated assessment administered through the Assessment Center at OSU Institute of Technology.
  5. Submit your immunization records.

Returning Students

  1. Complete application for admission.
  2. Submit official transcripts from all colleges attended since last attended OSUIT.

International Students

  1. Complete international application for admission
  2. Submit a copy of official high school transcript, secondary certificate, and/or secondary school final results
  3. Submit financial certification form
  4. If English is NOT one of your primary or native languages, submit TOEFL or IELTS results
  5. Submit a copy of passport personal info page (if available)

All the required forms for international students are available.