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BACONE COLLEGE
MUSKOGEE
GENERAL INFORMATION
Type of institution – Private college
Support – Private
Enrollment – 1,166
Setting – Rural residential
ACADEMIC INFORMATION
Academic emphasis – Professional programs and liberal arts
Degree programs
Associate
Applied Science – Nursing (ADN), Radiography, Diagnostic
Medical Sonography, Cardiovascular Technology
Arts – American Indian Studies, Art, Christian Ministry,
Journalism, General Studies
Science – Business Administration, Computer Science, Child
Development, Criminal Justice Studies, Health Information
Management, Life Science
Bachelor’s
Arts – American Indian Studies, Christian Ministry, Criminal
Justice Studies, Early Childhood Education, Early Childhood
Development and Education, Elementary Education, Health and
Physical Education
Science – Business Administration with Areas of Emphasis
Available in– Accounting, Business Administration, Finance,
Information Systems and Marketing
Criminal Justice Studies, Medical Imaging, Nursing (RN to BSN),
Sports Management, Recreation Management, Exercise Science
Class times offered – Daytime, evening and weekend
Special programs – Selected courses can be taken over the Internet
and in regional course locations
Academic calendar – Fall semester (August through early December),
spring semester (January to early May). Select courses and programs
are also offered in four, eight and 16-week sessions throughout the
year (including summer).
FACULTY INFORMATION
Total faculty – 70
Full-time faculty – 35
Part-time faculty – 3
Student-faculty ratio – 17 to 1
Percent of faculty with advanced degrees – 60%
Faculty involvement – Supervise independent study, contract majors
and advise students.
ADMISSIONS INFORMATION
ACT requirements – Meet two of three admission conditions:
ACT 18; and/or upper half of graduating class; and/or high school
GPA of 2.0
High school graduation – High school diploma/GED accepted
High school GPA – 2.0
High school curriculum – Required. State curriculum observed.
Note: Please refer to the Admissions Requirements section for more
specific information.
Application process – Electronic and written
Application deadline – Applications accepted year round
Transfer Students
Minimum college GPA required – 2.0
Maximum credits transferable – Students must complete a minimum
of 30 hours at Bacone College.
Items required for application – Official transcripts from previous
institutions and high school transcripts if transferring under 30 hours
Note: Please refer to the International Students section for more specific
information.
International Students
TOEFL test requirements – 500 (173 on computer-based exam
or 61 on Internet-based exam) or provide documentation of the
successful completion of 12 weeks of study, or achieve Level 9 at an
approved English Language Center.
Bacone College, a private four-year liberal arts college affiliated with the American Baptist Churches USA, is located in Muskogee, a northeastern Oklahoma
community with a population of approximately 40,000. Muskogee is 40 miles from Tulsa, 139 miles from Oklahoma City and 75 miles from Fort Smith, Ark.
Founded in 1880, BC is the oldest higher education institution of continuous operation in Oklahoma. The college has a beautiful 220-acre campus with striking
buildings and inviting, tree-covered walkways. With a historic mission to American Indians, the college also emphasizes exceptional educational opportunities in a
Christian atmosphere for all students regardless of race or creed. Because of this emphasis, BC is one of the most culturally diverse campuses in the United States. BC
offers a unique opportunity for reflection upon how we, of all races and ethnic backgrounds, can live, study, work and worship together in order to strive not only for
a meaningful educational experience, but also for a society committed to Christian values and principles.
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HOUSING INFORMATION
Housing types
Women’s residence halls, m en’s residence halls and apartment-style
living.
Food services
Area restaurants participating in Bacone College Student Meal Plan,
Student Dining Center and Snack Bar operated by Sodexo
Equipment/services in living areas
Internet, phone and cable TV access in all rooms
Types of financial aid available – Federal, state, institutional, tribal
Percentage of full-time freshmen who applied for aid – 98%
Percentage who demonstrated need – 94%
Percentage who demonstrated need and received aid – 98%
Average financial aid package – $13,500
Application process – FAFSA, application to college
Application deadlines – Deadline for filing your FAFSA is June 30 of
the academic year.
CONTACT INFORMATION
Access to technology
Computer labs, cyber cafes and expanding wireless access across
campus
STUDENT LIFE
Campus organizations
African American Student Society, Bacone College Student Nursing
Association, Bacone College Society of Student Radiographers,
Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Native American Student
Association, Nurses Christian Fellowship, Phi Theta Kappa, Alpha
Chi, Lambda Nu , Publications Club, Stickball Club, Native
American Song and Dance Club, Native American Students of
Promise, Native American Language Club, Native American Arts
and Crafts Club, Journalism Club, Admissions Ambassadors,
Genealogy Club, Performing Arts Club, Young Professionals Club,
Marketing and Design Club, Information Technology Club, Pep
Band, Emergency Management Club, Future Educators Club, Spirit
Club, Christian Drama Club, Christian Ministry Club, Christian
Technology Club, Gospel Choir, Praise Team/Band
Intramural sports
Softball, disc golf
Collegiate sports
As a member of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics
(NAIA), BC competes in men’s and women’s basketball, baseball,
softball, football, golf, soccer, volleyball, wrestling, rodeo and track
and field events.
Special student services
TRIO Student Support Services serves first-generation, low-income
students with academic tutoring and academic counseling. The
Division of Academic Support provides learning styles assessments
for all entering freshmen.
COSTS
Tuition – $9,700
Academic service fees – N/A
Mandatory fees – $2,000
Room and board – $7,400
Books and supplies – $1,000
Note: Costs are calculated for a freshman Oklahoma student carrying 15
hours in the fall and spring semesters.
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Office of Admissions
Bacone College
2299 Old Bacone Road
Muskogee, OK 74403
Phone – 918.781.7340
Fax – 918.781.7416
www.bacone.edu
MID-AMERICA CHRISTIAN UNIVERSITY
OKLAHOMA CITY
GENERAL INFORMATION
Type of institution – Four-year university
Support – Independent
Enrollment – 710
Setting – Urban residential
ACADEMIC INFORMATION
Academic emphasis – Liberal arts
Degree programs
Associate
Arts
Bachelor’s
Behavioral science, business administration, education, music
performance, music ministry, pastoral ministry and specialized
ministry
Master’s
Business administration
Academic calendar – Fall semester (mid-August to mid-December),
spring semester (mid-January to early May)
FACULTY INFORMATION
Total faculty – 36
Full-time faculty – 18
Part-time faculty – 18
Student-faculty ratio – 14 to 1
Percent of faculty with advanced degrees – 45%
Faculty involvement – Supervise independent study and assist with
academic advising
ADMISSIONS INFORMATION
ACT/SAT requirements – 16 ACT or 750 SAT
High school graduation – Required, GED accepted
High school GPA – No requirement
Note: Please refer to the Admission Requirements section for more
specific information.
Application process – Submit completed application form, nonrefundable $25 fee, high school transcript, ACT or SAT scores and
two recommendations.
Transfer Students
Maximum credits transferable – Thirty hours must be completed at
MACU before a student can receive a degree.
Items required for application – Submit transcript(s) from every
college attended
Note: Please refer to the Transfer section for more specific
information.
International Students
TOEFL test requirements – 500 or higher on the paper-based exam
or 173 on the computer-based exam
Note: Please refer to the International Students section for more
specific information.
HOUSING INFORMATION
Housing types
Residential halls
Food services
Cafeteria
Equipment/services in living areas
Telephone jacks, voice messaging services and cable television
STUDENT LIFE
Campus organizations
Summit groups, student government, mission trips and other groups
Collegiate sports
Men’s basketball, baseball, soccer and golf. Women’s basketball,
softball, soccer and volleyball
COSTS
Tuition – $9,900
Room and board – $4,400
Books and supplies – $400
Note: Costs are calculated for a freshman Oklahoma student
carrying 15 hours in the fall and spring semesters.
FINANCIAL AID
Types of financial aid available – Scholarships, grants, loans and
work-study
Application process – Complete the FAFSA
Mid-America Christian University is a private, four-year, liberal arts university located in Oklahoma City, the capital city of Oklahoma. With a population of
approximately 482,660, Oklahoma City is the third largest city in land area in the United States. Oklahoma City is 210 miles from Dallas.
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CONTACT INFORMATION
Haley Hope, Director of Admissions
Mid-America Christian University
3500 S.W. 119th
Oklahoma City, OK 73170
Phone – 405.691.3800
Fax – 405.692.3165
[email protected]
www.macu.edu
Based on 2008-09 Information
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OKLAHOMA BAPTIST UNIVERSITY
SHAWNEE
GENERAL INFORMATION
Type of institution – Private, four-year university
Other locations – Oklahoma City (graduate programs)
Support – Independent
Enrollment – 1,753
Setting – City, residential
ACADEMIC INFORMATION
Academic emphasis – Liberal arts, business, nursing
Degree programs
Associate
Christian Studies
Bachelor’s
Arts (anthropology, applied communication, applied ministry, art,
Christian studies, electronic media production, English, family
psychology, family relations, history, interdisciplinary, leisure
services management, multilingual communications, music, news
and information, orality studies, philosophy, political science,
psychology, religion, religion-Bible, religion-biblical languages
emphasis, sociology, Spanish, strategic communication, theatre)
Science (chemistry, biochemistry, biology, biology-forensic
emphasis, chemistry, chemistry-forensic emphasis, computer
science, exercise and sports science, mathematics, natural science,
nursing-LPN and RN options, physics)
Science in Education (art education-P-12, early childhood
education, elementary education, English education-secondary,
health and physical education-P-12, mathematics educationsecondary, science education-secondary, social sciences educationsecondary, Spanish education-P-12, special education-P-12)
Business Administration (computer information systems, finance,
international business, management, marketing)
Music (church music, music composition, piano performance,
piano performance with emphasis in pedagogy, vocal performance)
Music education (instrumental certificate PK-12, vocal certificate
PK-12) fine arts (studio art)
Musical Arts
Professional Accountancy
Master’s
Business Administration
Nursing Education
Class times offered – Daytime, evening
Special programs – Honors program, online courses, Intensive
English, Ministry Training Institute off-campus courses in Christian
Studies, travel-study, ROTC, MBA degree online via virtual reality.
Academic calendar – Fall semester (late August through midDecember), January term (first three weeks of January), spring
semester (Late January through early May), summer session (two
four-week terms, June and July)
FACULTY INFORMATION
Total faculty – 158
Full-time faculty – 113
Part-time faculty – 45
Student-faculty ratio – 15 to 1
Percent of faculty with advanced degrees – 70%
Faculty involvement – Advise students, participate in campus
organization, teaching-focused
ADMISSIONS INFORMATION
ACT/SAT requirements – ACT – 20 or SAT – 950
High school graduation – Required, GED is accepted
High school GPA – 3.0 (weighted)
High school curriculum requirements
English – 4 units, Math – 3 units, Science – 3 units, Social Science
– 3 units, Language – 2 units, Academic Electives – 2 units
Note: Please refer to Admissions Requirements section for more specific
information.
Application process – Submit completed application, official high
school transcript, ACT/SAT score
Application deadlines – Rolling
Transfer Students
Minimum college GPA required – 2.5
Maximum credits transferable – 64
Items required for application – High school transcript, college
transcript
Note: Please refer to Transfer section for more specific information.
International Students
TOEFL test requirements – Score of 500 or higher (paper-based), or
173 (computer-based) TOEFL
Note: Please refer to International Students section for more specific
information.
Oklahoma Baptist University is located in Shawnee, a city with a population of approximately 30,000, located 35 miles east of Oklahoma City and 90 miles
southwest of Tulsa. As a Christian liberal arts university, OBU’s mission statement cites that the university “transforms lives by equipping students to pursue
academic excellence, integrate faith with all areas of knowledge, engage a diverse world and live worthy of the high calling of God in Christ.”
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HOUSING INFORMATION
Housing types
Women’s and men’s dorms, women’s and men’s apartments, married
student apartments
Food services
One cafeteria, grill/snack bar, coffee/smoothie shop, small grocery
store
Equipment/services in living areas
Internet access in all rooms, wired telephone service in all rooms,
cable television access in all rooms, common areas feature televisions,
microwave, free washer/dryer usage in campus dormitories.
Access to technology
Wired Internet access in dorm rooms, wireless access in
approximately 70 percent of campus (expanding). Six campus
computer labs, 24/7 computer mini-labs in dormitories
STUDENT LIFE
Campus organizations
Academic, departmental, social clubs, special interests, Christian
ministry/service, honor societies, student government and
professional
Intramural sports
Flag football, sand volleyball, tennis-singles, tennis-doubles,
miniature golf, soccer, basketball, bowling, indoor volleyball, threepoint shoot-out, dodgeball, softball, ultimate Frisbee
Collegiate sports
Men’s and women’s basketball, cross country, golf, indoor track and
field, outdoor track and field, soccer, tennis, men’s baseball, women’s
softball, women’s volleyball (NAIA)
Special student services
Physical disability and learning disability student services are
available.
COSTS
Tuition – $16,242
Academic service/mandatory fees – $1,382
Room and board – $5,510
Books and supplies – $1,100
Note: Costs are calculated for a freshman Oklahoma student carrying
12-16 hours in the fall and spring semesters.
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FINANCIAL AID
Types of financial aid available – Scholarships, federal grants and
loans, state grants
Percentage of full-time freshmen who applied for aid – 83%
Percentage who demonstrated need – 72%
Percentage who demonstrated need and received aid – 100%
Average financial aid package – $14,713
Application process – Complete FAFSA
Application deadlines – April 1 priority deadline
CONTACT INFORMATION
Admissions Office
Oklahoma Baptist University
500 W. University
Shawnee, OK 74804
Phone – 405.878.2033
Graduate Program Information – 405.319.8470
Toll-free – 800.654.3285
Fax – 405.878.2068
[email protected]
www.okbu.edu
OKLAHOMA CHRISTIAN UNIVERSITY
OKLAHOMA CITY
GENERAL INFORMATION
Type of institution – Private university
Support – Private
Enrollment – 2,161
Setting – Residential, urban
ACADEMIC INFORMATION
Academic emphasis – Fourteen academic departments operate
in one of three colleges – Arts and Sciences, Biblical Studies and
Professional Studies. Students choose from more than 60 majors and
30 additional areas of study.
Degree programs
Bachelor’s
Arts (art, Bible, Bible and ministry, communication, English,
English pre-law, English TEFL, English with certification,
history, history/pre-law, interdisciplinary studies, music, missions,
psychology, religious education, Spanish, youth ministry)
Business Administration (accounting, finance, business,
marketing/management, management) Fine Arts (art, graphic
design, interior design, new media)
Music Education (instrumental, music, vocal)
Science (Bible, biochemistry, biology, biological science education,
broadcast management, broadcast journalism, chemistry,
computer engineering, computer science, early childhood
education, electrical engineering, elementary education,
English, family studies, family studies/child development,
history/pre-law, information systems, interdisciplinary studies,
information systems, interdisciplinary studies, journalism,
mass communication multimedia, mass communication
corporate media, mass communication interactive media,
mathematics, mathematics/computer science, mathematics
education, mechanical engineering, medical technology, nursing,
organizational communication, physical education, physical
science education, psychology, political science, science education,
social studies, sport wellness and recreation, theater)
Master’s
Arts (Bible, family ministry, youth ministry)
Business administration (leadership and organizational
development, e-commerce, accounting, general business, finance,
health service management, engineering, technology management)
Divinity (congregational, general, family ministry, youth ministry)
Sciences (Engineering)
Class times offered – Day, some evening
Special programs – University Honors Program, Christian Engineer
Scholars Program, study abroad opportunities, MBA, undergraduate
research opportunities, vocational ministry as a second major, preprofessional studies
Academic calendar – Fall semester (August to December), spring
semester (January to April), Summer short courses (May to August)
FACULTY INFORMATION
Total faculty – 198
Full-time faculty – 106
Part-time faculty – 92
Student-faculty ratio –14 to 1
Percent of faculty with advanced degrees – 69%
Faculty involvement – Teaching (no graduate assistants), student
course and degree advising; sponsor study abroad programs,
university academic, service, ministry and social organizations;
supervise independent study; serve bi-annual late night finals’
breakfast; lead chapel and service and mission trips
ADMISSIONS INFORMATION
ACT/SAT requirements – 19 ACT (or SAT equivalent), a limited
number of students admitted with lower scores
High school graduation – Required, GED accepted
High school curriculum requirements
English - 4 units, Lab science - 2 units, Math - 3 units, History
- 2 units, Citizenship skills - 1 unit, Foreign language – 2 units
(strongly suggested)
Note: Please refer to Admissions Requirements section for more specific
information.
Application process – Submit completed application and $25
application fee, ACT or SAT score, Character Recommendation
Form, current and completed high school transcripts containing
cumulative GPA and class rank
Application deadlines – May 1 for fall (priority deadline)
Transfer Students
Maximum credits transferable – 65 hours from a community college,
other transfer credit accepted from regionally accredited college or
university upon approval of Registrar
Items required for application – Official, completed high school and
college transcripts
Oklahoma Christian University is a higher learning community that transforms life for Christian faith, scholarship and service. OC began in 1950 as Central
Christian College with an enrollment of 97 and has grown into a comprehensive Christian university serving more than 2,000 students. OC’s campus is located
in far northeast Oklahoma City and borders the city of Edmond. Students enjoy the academic, vocational, cultural and recreational benefits of a big city in a safe,
suburban environment.
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International Students
TOEFL test requirements – 500
HOUSING INFORMATION
Housing types
Residence halls for men, residence halls for women, single student
apartments, married student apartments
Food services
Full service cafeteria and snack bar available
Equipment/services in living area
Wireless Internet access throughout residential areas; common areas
feature televisions, DVD players, kitchen access and study areas.
Men’s and women’s fitness centers feature cardio equipment, flat
screen televisions and DVD/CD components.
Access to technology
Full-time students receive MacBook and choice of iPhone or iPod
Touch. Wireless and wired Internet access across campus. Special
computer labs for some academic disciplines.
STUDENT LIFE
Campus organizations
Academic and social clubs, Student Government Association, service
and ministry opportunities, student government, honor societies,
women’s groups and political organizations
Intramural sports
Softball, sand-volleyball, cross-country, ping-pong, billiards, flag
football, tennis, volleyball, basketball, tennis, volleyball, swimming,
bowling, track and soccer
Collegiate sports
Women’s basketball, cross country, soccer, softball, tennis, track and
field.
Men’s baseball, basketball, cross country, soccer, tennis, track and
field and golf.
Special student services
Career guidance, veteran services, disability services
COSTS
Tuition – $14,690
Mandatory fees –$1,676
Room and board – $5,940 to $9,120
Books and supplies – $800
Note: Costs are calculated for a freshman Oklahoma student carrying 15
hours in the fall and spring semesters.
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Types of financial aid available – Scholarships, federal and state
grants, federal student and parent loans, work-study
Percentage of full-time freshmen who applied for aid – 84%
Percentage who demonstrated need – 72%
Percentage who demonstrated need and received aid – 100%
Average financial aid package – $11,714
Application process – Complete application for admission and
FAFSA
Application deadlines – March 15 (priority deadline)
CONTACT INFORMATION
Oklahoma Christian University
Admissions Office
Box 11000
Oklahoma City, OK 73136
Phone – 405.425.5050
Toll Free – 800.877.5010
Fax – 405.425.5069
[email protected]
www.oc.edu
OKLAHOMA CITY UNIVERSITY
OKLAHOMA CITY
GENERAL INFORMATION
Type of institution – Four-year university
Other locations – Eastern Asia
Support – Independent and United Methodist affiliated
Enrollment – 1,900 (undergraduate)
Setting – Urban
ACADEMIC INFORMATION
Academic emphasis – Comprehensive with a liberal arts core
curriculum
Degree programs
Bachelor’s
Accounting, Art (Photography and Studio Art), Biochemistry,
Biology (Biomedical Science, Cell & Molecular Biology and B.S.
in Biology), Business Administration, Chemistry, Computer
Information Systems, Computer Science, Dance Management,
Dance Pedagogy, Dance Performance, Economics, Education,
English, Entertainment Business, Environmental Studies, Film
Production, Film Studies, Finance, History, History/Political
Science, Humanities, Information Technology, Justice Studies,
Kinesiology & Exercise Studies, Liberal Studies, Marketing, Mass
Communications (Advertising, Broadcasting, Print Journalism
and Public Relations), Mathematics, Modern Languages
(French, German and Spanish), Music (Church Music, Guitar
Performance, Instrumental Music Education, Instrumental
Performance, B.A. in Music, Music Composition, Musical
Theatre Performance, Organ Performance, Piano Pedagogy, Piano
Performance, Vocal Music Education and Vocal Performance),
Nursing, Philosophy, Philosophy/Religion, Physics, Political
Science, Professional Studies, Psychology, Religion (Religion/
Philosophy, Religious Education and Youth Ministry), Research
& Data Analysis, Science, Sociology, Theatre (B.A. in Theatre,
Acting, Theatre Performance and Design and Production), World
Religions
Master’s
Juris Doctor, Juris Doctor/MBA, Master of Arts in Performing Arts,
Master of Arts in Religion, Master of Arts in TESOL, Master of
Business Administration, Master of Education (Applied Behavioral
Studies, Professional Counseling and American Montessori
Certification), Master of Fine Arts in Dance, Master of Liberal
Arts, Master of Music, Master of Science in Accounting, Master of
Science in Computer Science, Master of Science in Criminology,
Master of Science in Nursing and Master of Science in Nursing/
MBA
Seminary Program
Saint Paul School of Theology at Oklahoma City University
Pre-Professional Programs
Pre-Athletic Training, Pre-Dental, Pre-Law, Pre-MBA, PreMedicine, Pre-Nursing, Pre-Optometry, Pre-Pharmacy, PrePhysical Therapy/Occupational Therapy, Pre-Physician Associate,
Pre-Veterinary Medicine, Preparation for Graduate School,
Preparation for Seminary
Class times offered – Daytime and evening
Special programs – University Honors Program, OCULEADS,
OCUSERVES, Clara Luper Scholarship Program, American Indian
Scholarship Program and Oikos Scholars Program
Academic calendar – Fall 2009 (Aug. 24 to Dec. 18), spring 2010
(Jan. 11 to May 7), summer I 2010 (May 17 to June 22), summer II
2010 (June 24 to July 30)
FACULTY INFORMATION
Total faculty – 344
Full-time faculty – 224
Part-time faculty – 120
Student-faculty ratio – 14 to 1
Percent of faculty with advanced degrees – 78%
Faculty involvement – All courses at Oklahoma City University are
taught by faculty, not graduate assistants.
ADMISSIONS INFORMATION
ACT/SAT requirements – 22 ACT or 1020 SAT
High school graduation – Required, GED accepted
High school GPA – 3.0 and ranking within the top 50 percent of
graduating class (or student must meet ACT/SAT requirement)
High school curriculum requirements
Four units of English, three units of math, three units of social
studies (world, U.S. and state history), two units of one foreign
language and two units of science
Note: Please refer to the Admission Requirements section for more
specific information.
Application process – Apply for admission by mail or online, submit
most recent transcript, submit official scores from the ACT or SAT,
Are you looking for professors who will know you by name, understand your dreams and commit themselves to helping you achieve them? At Oklahoma City
University, you will find personalized attention to meet your needs. Located in the state’s capital city with a population nearing 1 million, Oklahoma City
University’s academics-first approach has been ranked by U.S. News & World Report as Oklahoma’s only top-tier, master-level comprehensive university in the
Western Region. Listed in both “America’s Best Christian Colleges” and America’s 100 Best College Buys,” the university provides students with the opportunity to
study in an environment that nurtures and challenges them.
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complete application essay and submit $30 application fee.
Application deadlines – Early Decision (Non-Binding), Application
Deadline Nov.15, Notification Deadline Dec. 30, Deposit Deadline
May 15
Regular Decision for Fall Semester (Non-Binding), Application
Deadline March 1, Notification Deadline April 30, Deposit Deadline
May 15
Transfer Students
Minimum college GPA required – 2.0
Maximum credits transferable – 84
Items required for application – Essay, transcripts for all previous
colleges attended and a $30 application fee.
Note: Please refer to the Transfer section for more specific information.
International Students
TOEFL test requirements – Undergraduate students whose native
language is not English must achieve a score of 500 or higher.
Nursing students must score at least 550 and business students must
score at least 510.
Note: Please refer to the International Students section for more specific
information.
HOUSING INFORMATION
Housing types
Men’s, women’s and co-ed halls including a luxury dormitory and
apartment-style living for upperclassmen and married couples.
Food services
Sodexho Food Services manages the Commons Food Court which
offers a wide variety of main dishes, sides and desserts for every taste.
Alvin’s Café offers a variety of signature deli sandwiches on freshbaked breads, salads and sandwiches to go, pastries, desserts, snacks,
Starbucks coffees and other beverages.
Equipment/services in living areas
In rooms – furnishings, cable hookup, telephone hookup and high
speed Internet access. In dorms – laundry room with irons, lounge,
computers, big screen TV, microwaves, pool and table tennis,
vending and ice machines and quiet hours
Access to technology
Computers in each dorm, wireless technology in all buildings and
high speed Internet access in each room.
STUDENT LIFE
Campus organizations
Departmental, professional, Greek life, religious, honor societies,
minority and student government
Intramural sports
Flag football, basketball, bowling, soccer and softball
Collegiate sports
Baseball, basketball, cheerleading, cross country, golf, rowing,
sculling, soccer, softball, track and field, volleyball and wrestling
Special student services
Disability services available
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COSTS
Tuition – $22,250. Oklahoma City University also offers a 4-year
fixed-rate tuition plan. Undergraduate students can elect to fix the
undergraduate tuition block price at $12,000 per semester.
Academic service fees – $2,100
Room and board – Range from $2,220 to $7,516
Books and supplies – $1,500
Note: Costs are calculated for a freshman Oklahoma student carrying 15
hours in the fall and spring semesters.
FINANCIAL AID
Types of financial aid available – Federal, state and institutional
Percentage of full-time freshmen who applied for aid – 84%
Percentage who demonstrated need – 68%
Percentage who demonstrated need and received aid – 80%
Average financial aid package – $21,998
Application process – Complete FAFSA to include any and all
verification documents required and institutional Student Data
Form.
Application deadlines – March 1 annually for best consideration of
institutional funds.
CONTACT INFORMATION
Oklahoma City University
Office of Enrollment Services
2501 N. Blackwelder Ave.
Oklahoma City, OK 73106-1493
Phone – 405.208.5050
Toll free – 800.633.7242, ext. 1
Fax – 405.208.5916
[email protected]
www.okcu.edu
OKLAHOMA WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY
BARTLESVILLE
GENERAL INFORMATION
Type of institution – Four-year university
Other locations – Afton, Bristow, Enid, Hugo, Kansas, McAlester,
Miami, Midwest City, Muskogee, Norman, Oklahoma City,
Stillwater, Sallisaw, Shawnee, Tulsa and Coffeyville, Kan.
Support – Independent
Enrollment – 1,471
Setting – Suburban residential
ACADEMIC INFORMATION
Academic emphasis – Liberal arts and sciences and professional
programs such as business, education, nursing and religion
Degree programs
Certificates
Christian Missions/persecuted church ministry, human resource
management
Associate
Applied Sciences (Christian ministry, technical programs)
Arts (biology, chemistry, mathematics, psychology, English Bible,
history, church administration and leadership, general science,
general studies)
Bachelor’s
Arts (biblical studies, biochemistry, biology, business, chemistry,
Christian mission/persecuted church ministry, church music,
communication arts, education/secondary English, English,
general science, history/political science, intercultural ministry,
mathematics, music, pastoral ministry, pastoral ministry/biblical
studies, pastoral ministry/youth ministry, pastoral ministry/music
ministry, psychology, social studies/pre-legal emphasis, social
studies/history)
Science (biblical studies, biblical studies/worship arts,
biochemistry, biology, business, business administration,
chemistry, Christian missions/persecuted church ministry, church
administration and leadership, church music, communication
arts, education/elementary, education/music-instrumental (K-12),
education/music-vocal (K-12), education/secondary biology,
education/secondary business, education/secondary mathematics,
education/secondary social studies, exercise science (clinical fitness
program management option), exercise science (nonclinical fitness
program management option), exercise science (pre-therapy
option), financial economics, general science, health/physical
education (K-12), history/political science, intercultural ministry,
management & leadership, marketing, mathematics, pastoral
ministry, pastoral ministry/youth ministry, pastoral ministry/music
ministry, psychology, social sciences/pre-legal emphasis, social
studies/history, sociology, nursing)
Master’s
Business Administration
Class times offered – Daytime, evening, weekends
Special programs – Council for Christian Colleges and Universities
(CCCU) BestSemester Program, Focus on the Family Institute,
Oklahoma Scholar Leadership Enrichment Program (OSLEP)
Academic calendar – Fall semester (August through early December),
spring semester (January through early May), summer session, online
FACULTY INFORMATION
Total faculty – 127
Full-time faculty – 33
Part-time faculty – 94
Student-faculty ratio – 18 to 1
Percent of faculty with advanced degrees – 98%
Faculty involvement – Advise students, conduct directed study
courses and internships and participate in a campus mentoring
program. At OWU, faculty eat meals with students everyday and
attend chapel services together.
ADMISSIONS INFORMATION
ACT/SAT requirements – 18 ACT, 860 SAT
High school graduation – Required, GED is accepted, must have
a score of 48 or higher and score in the upper half of CPT/CLAC
diagnostics
High school GPA – 2.0
High school curriculum requirements
English - 4 units, Lab Science - 1 unit, Math (algebra or higher)
- 2 units, History/Social Science - 2 units, Academic Electives - 6
units
Note: Please refer to the Admission Requirements section for
more specific information.
Application process – Submit completed application with
$25 application fee. (Application fee is waived by completing
application online at www.okwu.edu), official high school
transcript or GED, ACT or SAT scores. Home-schooled
students are encouraged to apply.
Application deadlines – Traditional priority for fall: July 1; traditional
final for fall: Aug. 1; adult and graduate: on a rolling basis
Unapologetic in our commitment to the truth of Christ and the truth of Scripture, Oklahoma Wesleyan University models a way of thought, a way of life and
a way of faith. It is a place of serious study, honest questions and critical engagement, all in the context of a liberal arts community that honors the primacy of Jesus
Christ, the priority of Scripture, the pursuit of Truth and the practice of Wisdom.
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Transfer Students
COSTS
Minimum college GPA required – 2.0
Maximum credits transferable – 65 hours from junior college/last 20
hours of major must be completed at OWU
Items required for application – Official transcripts from all colleges
and universities previously attended, SAT or ACT scores, high school
transcripts if less than 24 hours of college credits
Note: Please refer to the Transfer section for more specific
information.
International Students
TOEFL test requirements – 69 Internet-based, 190 computer-based,
or 525 paper-based
Note: Please refer to the International Students section for more
specific information.
HOUSING INFORMATION
Housing types
Women’s dorms (variety of types and models), men’s dorms (variety
of types and models), honors housing in apartments (houses)
FINANCIAL AID
Types of financial aid available – Scholarships, federal grants and
loans
Percentage of full-time freshmen who applied for aid – 98%
Percentage who demonstrated need – 100%
Percentage who demonstrated need and received aid – 98%
Average financial aid package – $8,096
Application process – Complete FAFSA and OWU financial aid
application
Application deadlines – Aug. 1
CONTACT INFORMATION
Food services
Our dining facility, serving several hot entrees, salad bar, sandwich
bar, hot grill bar, cereal bar, hamburger/fries/pizza bar, beverage bar
and variety of vegetables, is available at each meal.
Equipment/services in living areas
Free wired Internet access in all rooms. Free laundry in the dorms.
Common areas feature telephones, televisions, microwaves, access to
ovens, study areas and wireless Internet.
Access to technology
Three computer labs with expanded hours of service. Wireless
Internet covering the entire campus.
STUDENT LIFE
Campus organizations
International, departmental, professional, Christian, honor societies,
student government, theatre/music and a variety of leadership
opportunities
Intramural sports
Softball, flag football, basketball, 3-on-3 dunkball, volleyball, indoor
soccer, bowling, croquet, racquetball, ping pong, billiards and
ultimate Frisbee
Collegiate sports
Men – soccer, cross country, golf, basketball, baseball, tennis and
track. Women – soccer, cross country, volleyball, basketball, softball,
tennis and track
Special student services
Physical and learning disabled student services are available. The
Student Advising Center (SAC) assists students with tutoring,
mentoring, testing and other services.
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Tuition – $14,650
Academic service fees – $850 (enrollment fee)
Room and board – Room – $5,800
Books and supplies – $850
Note: Costs are calculated for a freshman Oklahoma student
carrying 15 hours in the fall and spring semesters.
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Oklahoma Wesleyan University
Admissions Office
2201 Silver Lake Road
Bartlesville, OK 74006
Phone – 866.222.8226
Fax – 918.336.6299
[email protected]
www.okwu.edu
Based on 2008-09 Information
ORAL ROBERTS UNIVERSITY
TULSA
GENERAL INFORMATION
Type of institution – Four-year university
Support – Independent
Enrollment – 3,067
Setting – Urban residential
ACADEMIC INFORMATION
Academic emphasis – Liberal arts
Degree programs
Bachelor’s
School of Arts and Cultural Studies – Art Education/K-12
Teaching, Graphic Design Print, Graphic Design Video,
Studio Art; Dance Performance, Theater Arts, Drama/TV/Film
Performance, Speech/Drama/Debate Ed/Secondary Teaching,
Organizational/ Interpersonal Communications, Media
(convergent journalism, multimedia production, public relations,
advertising), Musical Theater, Worship Arts; English Literature
(art, biblical literature, community development, church history,
church ministry, communications, English as a second language,
missions, prelaw, journalism), Writing (art, biblical literature,
community development, church history, church ministry,
English as a second language, missions, pre-law, technology,
business, marketing, science, literature, journalism); Government
(practical politics, international relations, pre-law studies), History,
International Community Development, International Relations,
Liberal Arts, Social Studies Education/Secondary Teaching;
French, Modern Foreign Language Ed/K-12 Teaching, Spanish,
Music Arts (art, technology), Music Composition (composition,
composition/ technology), Music Education/K-12 Teaching
(instrumental, vocal), Music Performance (instrumental, keyboard,
vocal), Sacred Music
School of Business – Accounting, Business Administration,
Finance, International Business, Management, Management
Information Systems, Marketing
School of Education – Early Childhood Education PK-3
(English as a second language, special education/mild-moderate
disabilities), Professional Elementary Education 1-8 (English as
a second language, early childhood education, special education/
mildmoderate disabilities), Special Education/Mild-Moderate
disabilities K-12 (elementary education), Elementary EducationDistance Program
Anna Vaughn School of Nursing – Nursing
ORU Online Campus – Christian Care and Counseling, Church
Ministries, Business Administration,
School of Science and Engineering – Psychology, Social Work;
Biology (environmental, health professions, premedicine), Science
Ed/Secondary Teaching; Biomedical Chemistry (premedicine,
research), Chemistry; Computer Science, Mathematics, Math
Education/Secondary Teaching; Biomedical Engineering,
Engineering (computer engineering, electrical engineering,
mechanical engineering), Engineering/Physics, Environmental
Engineering; Health and Exercise Science (exercise specialist,
prephysical therapy, presports medicine), Health/Physical
Education/ K-12 Teaching, Recreation Administration
School of Theology and Missions – English Bible, New Testament,
Old Testament, Ministry and Leadership (educational ministries,
church administration, evangelism and outreach), Pastoral
Christian Ministries (local church pastor, missions, pastoral
care, youth ministry), Theological/Historical Studies (theology/
Christian history, Christian philosophy)
Master’s
School of Business – Master Business Administration (accounting,
entrepreneurship, finance, international business, management,
marketing, nonprofit management); Master of Management
(nonprofit management, organizational dynamics, sales marketing)
School of Education – Curriculum and Instruction, Teaching
(with public school licensure), School Administration (Christian/
private school administration, public school administration),
Teaching English as a Second Language, Educational Leadership
(college and higher education administration, Christian/private
school administration K-12, public school administration), Initial
Teaching with Licensure, Teaching with Alternative Licensure
School of Theology and Missions – Master of Divinity, Master of
Arts in Biblical Literature (advanced languages, Judaic/ Christian
studies, literature) Theological and Historical Studies, Christian
Counseling (marriage and family therapy, professional counselor),
Christian Education, Missions, Practical Theology
Doctorate
School of Theology and Missions – Doctor of Ministry (church
ministries and leadership, pastoral care and counseling)
School of Education – Doctor of Education in Educational
Leadership (public school administration, Christian/private school
administration, college and higher education administration)
Class times offered – Daytime, evening, online courses
Academic calendar – Fall semester (August through early December),
spring semester (January to early May). Also offer four summer
sessions that are three weeks each.
Oral Roberts University is an interdenominational, Christian liberal arts university located in Tulsa. Founded in 1963 by evangelist Oral Roberts, ORU serves
students from throughout the United States and more than 60 countries, representing 40 denominations. Offering 65 undergraduate majors, 14 master’s programs
and two doctoral degrees, plus NCAA Division I athletics, ORU is preparing its students spiritually, mentally and physically to go into every person’s world. For
more information about ORU, visit www.oru.edu.
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FACULTY INFORMATION
Total faculty – 292
Full-time faculty – 186
Part-time faculty – 106
Student-faculty ratio – 13 to 1
Faculty involvement – Supervise independent study and advise/
mentor students
ADMISSIONS INFORMATION
ACT/SAT requirements – 20 ACT, 940 SAT (critical thinking and
math combined)
High school graduation – Required, GED is accepted
Note: Please refer to the Admission Requirements section for more specific
information.
High school GPA – 2.6
High school curriculum requirements
English – 4 years, Math – 2 years, Science – 2 years, Social Studies
– 2 years, Foreign Language – 2 years, Electives – 4 years
Application process – Submit completed application along with all
high school transcripts, college transcripts and ACT/SAT score.
Application deadlines – Early notification deadline, Nov. 15
Transfer Students
Minimum college GPA required – 2.0
Maximum credits transferable – From community college, 72 hours;
four-year school, 98 hours
Items required for application – High school transcript, college
transcript
Note: Please refer to the Transfer students section for more specific
information.
International Students
TOEFL test requirements – 500 or higher on the paper test; 173
or higher on the computer-based test; 61 or higher on the Internetbased test
Note: Please refer to the International Students section for more
specific information.
HOUSING INFORMATION
Housing types
Women’s and men’s dorms
Food services
Cafeteria, Chick-fil-A, Internet Café, Hava Java, Deli, Green Cuisine
Equipment/services in living areas
Full kitchen for each dormitory, laundry facility in each dorm, lobby
area with TV and study area, Internet, cable access and MicroFridge
in all rooms.
STUDENT LIFE
Campus organizations
Departmental, professional, religious and honor societies, student
government, theatre/music
Intramural sports
Flag football, volleyball, basketball, soccer, ultimate Frisbee,
dodgeball, kickball, table tennis, badminton, racquetball, chess,
tennis and softball
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Collegiate sports
Golden Eagle athletes participate in eight NCAA Division I men’s
and women’s varsity sports – baseball, basketball, golf, tennis,
volleyball, track, cross-country and soccer
COSTS
Tuition – $18,476
Academic service fees – $190
Mandatory fees – $440
Room and board – $7,916
Books and supplies – $1,600
Note: Costs are calculated for a freshman Oklahoma student carrying 15
hours in the fall and spring semesters.
FINANCIAL AID
Types of financial aid available – Scholarships, grants and loans
Percentage of full-time freshmen who applied for aid – 85%
Percentage who demonstrated need – 87%
Percentage who demonstrated need and received aid – 99%
Average financial aid package – $18,179
Application process – For all federal and state grants, students will
complete the FAFSA. All applications for institutional grants and
scholarships are available on our Web site.
Application deadlines – No specific deadlines for financial aid.
Certain deadlines apply for various scholarships. Visit finaid.oru.edu.
CONTACT INFORMATION
Oral Roberts University
7777 S. Lewis Ave.
Tulsa, OK 74171
Phone – 918.495.6518
Toll Free – 800.678.8876
Fax – 918.495.6222
[email protected]
www.oru.edu
ST. GREGORY’S UNIVERSITY
SHAWNEE
GENERAL INFORMATION
Type of Institution – Four-year university
Other locations – Oklahoma City, Tulsa
Support – Independent
Enrollment – 709
Setting – Near major metropolitan area
ACADEMIC INFORMATION
Academic emphasis: Liberal arts
Degree programs
Associate
Arts
Bachelor’s
Business
Humanities (majors include Communication Studies, Dance,
English, English Education (Secondary Level), History, Liberal
Arts, Philosophy, Theatre, Visual Arts)
Natural Science (majors include Biology, Biomedical Sciences,
Conservation Biology, Exercise Science, Fitness and Health
Promotion, Life Science/Biology Education (Secondary
Level), Mathematics, Mathematics Education (Middle Level),
Mathematics Education (Secondary Level))
Social Science (majors include Criminal Justice, Elementary
Education, Political Science, Psychology, Social Science, Social
Studies Education (Secondary Level))
Theology
Master’s
Management
Class times offered – Daytime and evening
Special programs – Partners in Learning program for students with
learning differences, TRiO program for students from underrepresented backgrounds, internship program.
Academic calendar: – Fall semester (August through December),
spring Semester (January through May) and summer semester (oneand five-week programs)
FACULTY INFORMATION
Total faculty – 96
Full-time faculty – 32
Part-time faculty – 64
Student-faculty ratio – 9 to 1
Percent of faculty with advanced degrees – 99%
Faculty involvement – Serve as academic advisers, available for
academic assistance outside of class, supervise independent study
experiences, active as sponsors of student organizations
ADMISSIONS INFORMATION
ACT/SAT requirements – 21 ACT or 990 SAT
High school graduation – required, GED is accepted
(Must meet two of the following three requirements)
High school GPA – 2.75
Other high school requirements – Top half of graduating class
Note: Please refer to the Admission Requirements section for more specific
information.
Application process – Submit completed application, non-refundable
$25 application fee and a high school transcript containing
cumulative GPA, class rank, graduation date and ACT/SAT score.
Application deadline – N/A
Transfer Students
Minimum college GPA required – 2.0
Maximum credits transferable – 98
Items required for application – College transcript
Note: Please refer to the Transfer section for more specific information.
International Students
TOEFL test requirements – 500 or higher (paper-based), 173 or
higher (computer-based), or 61 or higher (Internet-based)
Note: Please refer to the International Students section for more specific
information.
St. Gregory’s University, the oldest institution of higher learning in Oklahoma and the only Catholic university in the state, serves students in two colleges – the
College of Arts and Sciences and the College for Working Adults. Students in the College of Arts and Sciences are provided with a solid foundation in the liberal
arts through a common core curriculum, the heart of which is the four-semester “Tradition and Conversation” program, which offers students the opportunity to
engage some of the greatest minds and discuss some of most influential texts of the Western and Catholic intellectual traditions in a seminar format. The College for
Working Adults is located in three cities – Oklahoma City, Shawnee and Tulsa – and offers evening degree programs at the associate, bachelor’s and master’s levels.
SGU’s overall mission is to promote the education of the whole person in the context of a Christian community in which students are encouraged to develop a love
of learning and to live lives of balance, generosity and integrity. The university’s main campus is located in Shawnee, a city with a population of nearly 30,000. It is
located 35 miles from Oklahoma City, 100 miles from Tulsa and 205 miles from Dallas.
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HOUSING INFORMATION
Housing types
Women’s dorms, men’s dorms
Food services
Cafeteria, full-service grill
Equipment/services in living areas
Internet and telephone access in rooms. Student life facility features
bookstore, recreation lounge, meeting rooms and areas for informal
gatherings.
Access to technology
Two computer labs and campuswide wireless technology
STUDENT LIFE
Campus organizations
Departmental, professional, religious, honor societies, student
government, theatre, music, local fraternities and sororities
Intramural sports
Individual (billiards, table tennis, chess), team (basketball, dodgeball,
volleyball, flag football, softball)
Collegiate sports
Men’s soccer, basketball and baseball
Women’s soccer, basketball, volleyball and softball
COSTS
Tuition – $15,394
Mandatory fees – $900
Room and board – $6,404
Books and supplies – $900
Note: Costs are calculated for a freshman Oklahoma student carrying 15
hours in the fall and spring semesters.
FINANCIAL AID
Types of financial aid available – Scholarships, federal and state
grants, work-study and loans
Percentage of full-time freshmen who applied for aid – 78%
Percentage who demonstrated need – 75%
Percentage who demonstrated need and received aid – 100%
Average financial aid package – $14,235
Application process – Complete FAFSA and institutional application
Application deadlines – April 15 for best consideration
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CONTACT INFORMATION
St. Gregory’s University Admissions Office
1900 W. MacArthur Street
Shawnee, OK 74804
Phone – 888.784.7347
Fax – 405.878.5198
[email protected]
www.stgregorys.edu
SOUTHERN NAZARENE UNIVERSITY
BETHANY
GENERAL INFORMATION
Type of institution – Four-year university
Other locations – Tulsa
Support – Independent (Church of the Nazarene)
Enrollment – 2,069
Setting – Suburban residential
ACADEMIC INFORMATION
Academic emphasis – Liberal arts
Degree programs
Associate
Athletic Coaching, Aviation-Business, Business, Communication
Arts, General Studies, Personal Training
Bachelor’s
Accounting, American Studies, Athletic Training, AviationBusiness, Biological Physics, Biology, Biology-Chemistry, Business
Administration, Chemistry, Children’s Ministry, Christian
Education, Church Music, Computer Science, Early Childhood
Education, Education - Liberal Studies, Elementary Education,
English, English Education, Environmental Studies, Equine
Business, Exercise Science, Finance, Graphic Design, History,
History, Politics, & Geography, Human Relations, International
Studies, Journalism - Broadcast, Journalism - Print,Kinesiology,
Management, Management Information System, Marketing, Mass
Communication/Journalism, Math Education, Mathematics,
Missions, Music, Music Business, Music Education, Music
Performance, Network Engineering, Nursing, Philosophy, Physical
Education - Health & Safety K-12, Physics, Politics & Law, PreOccupational Therapy, Pre-Physical Therapy, Psychology, Science,
Science Education, Social Studies Education, Sociology, Spanish,
Spanish Education, Spanish-English Translation Studies, Speech
Comm. Education, Speech Communication, Sport Enterprise,
Sport Information, Sport Management, Sport Marketing,
Theology & Ministry, Urban Ministry/Urban Studies, Youth
Ministry
Master’s
Church Leadership
Curriculum and Instruction
Educational Leadership
Marriage and Family Therapy
Theology
Counseling Psychology
Management
Nursing Education
Nursing Leadership
Master of Business Administration
Master of Business Administration - Health Care
Professional Studies Programs
Business Administration, Criminal Justice, Family Studies &
Gerontology, Network Management, Nursing, Organizational
Leadership
Class times offered – Daytime, evening, weekend
Special programs – Online courses, honors program, off-campus
study programs, international student program, teacher certification,
College-Level Examination Programs
Academic calendar – Fall semester (mid-Aug. to mid-Dec.), spring
semester (mid-Jan. to mid-May), summer semester (mid-May to
July)
FACULTY INFORMATION
Total faculty – 115
Full-time faculty – 74
Part-time faculty – 41
Student-faculty ratio – 15 to 1
Percent of faculty with advanced degrees – 70%
Faculty involvement – Student advising; academic, social and service
organization sponsorship; new student mentoring; undergraduate
research
ADMISSIONS INFORMATION
ACT/SAT requirements – Full acceptance for 19 and above on ACT
and/or equiv of 900 SAT; provisional acceptance with an 18 or below
ACT or 890 SAT, pending committee approval
High school graduation – Open admissions policy; GED accepted
High school GPA – 2.5
High school curriculum requirements – CORE recommended
Application process – Submit application form, $35 non-refundable
application fee, admissions interview, high school transcript and SAT
or ACT scores
Note: Please refer to the Admission Requirements section for more specific
information.
Application deadlines – Contact Admissions Office
Southern Nazarene University’s mission is to transform lives through higher education in Christ-centered community. As a Christian community of scholars, we
model the hospitality of grace, the pursuit of truth and the practice of discipleship, all within the Wesleyan-holiness tradition, as we prepare graduates who think
with clarity, act with integrity and serve with purpose.
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Transfer Students
Minimum college GPA required – 2.0
Maximum credits transferable – 62
Items required for application – Contact Registrar’s Office
Note: Please refer to the Transfer section for more specific information.
International Students
TOEFL test requirements – 500 for undergraduate studies; 550 for
graduate studies
Note: Please refer to the International Students section for more specific
information.
HOUSING INFORMATION
Housing types
Women’s and men’s residence halls, apartments and townhouses for
upper-class women and men, married student housing
Food services
Commons building dining hall; all-you-can-eat dining between 7:15
a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Friday. Storm Cellar: burgers, fries,
pizza, calzones, sandwiches and salads. Pop’s Lounge: selection of
premium brewed Starbucks coffee, teas, hot drinks, cold iced and
blended beverage, gourmet desserts, muffins, cookies, brownies and
cinnamon rolls
Equipment/services in living areas
Internet access; common areas with televisions; campus access to
fitness center, gymnasium and pool
Access to technology
Campus wireless Internet access; Moodle course platform; remote
access to library databases; laptops included for all undergraduate
students
STUDENT LIFE
Campus organizations
Honor societies, academic clubs, social groups, religious clubs, drama
and musical groups, literary groups and political organizations
Intramural sports
Contact Leisure Services office
Collegiate sports
Men’s and women’s basketball, cross country, golf, indoor track,
outdoor track and soccer; women’s softball, tennis and volleyball;
men’s baseball and football
Special student services
Spiritual development and service opportunities
COSTS
Tuition – $17,040
Academic service fees – see course schedule
Mandatory fees – $624
Room and board – $6,705
Books and supplies – $1,000
Note: Costs are calculated for a freshman Oklahoma student carrying 15
hours in the fall and spring semesters.
FINANCIAL AID
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Types of financial aid available – Grants, scholarships and student
loans
Percentage of full-time freshmen who applied for aid – 91%
Percentage who demonstrated need – 83%
Percentage who demonstrated need and received aid – 98%
Average financial aid package – $16,900; see also online scholarship
estimator at www.snu.edu
Application process – Contact Financial Assistance Office
Application deadlines – Contact Financial Assistance Office; FAFSA
deadline is April 15 for best consideration for all other scholarships,
grants and loan deadlines
Contact information for Financial Aid Office:
Diana Lee, Director
Southern Nazarene University
Phone – 405.491.6310
Toll free – 800.648.9899
Fax – 405.717.6271
[email protected]
CONTACT INFORMATION
Todd Brant
Admissions Office
Southern Nazarene University
6729 N.W. 39th Expressway
Bethany, OK 73008
Phone – 405.491.6324
Toll Free – 800.648.9899
Fax – 405.491.6320
[email protected]
www.snu.edu
SOUTHWESTERN CHRISTIAN UNIVERSITY
BETHANY
GENERAL INFORMATION
Type of institution – Christian Liberal Arts
Support – Private
Enrollment – 350
Setting – Suburban
ACADEMIC INFORMATION
Academic emphasis – Biblical worldview synthesized through several
bachelor’s majors and Master of Ministry emphasis
Degree programs
Pastoral Ministry, Youth Ministry, Missions, Church Music, Music
Performance, Human and Family Services, Youth and Family
Services, Behavioral Science, Biblical Studies, Biblical Leadership,
Non-profit Organizational Leadership, Business Leadership,
Religion, English, Business Administration, Master of Ministry
Class times offered – Day and evening
Special programs – Adult Degree Completion Program, Thursday
evening Master of Ministry Program
Academic calendar – Semester
FACULTY INFORMATION
Total faculty – 50
Full-time faculty – 10
Part-time faculty – 40
Student-faculty ratio – 15 to 1
Percent of faculty with advanced degrees – 50%
Faculty involvement – Supervise individual studies, sponsor campus
organizations, serve on committees, supervise internship, lead
ministry programs and participate in the Speaker’s Bureau
ADMISSIONS INFORMATION
ACT/SAT requirements – 19 ACT / 1350 SAT
High school graduation – GED is accepted
High school GPA – 2.5
Note: Please refer to the Admission Requirements section for more specific
information.
Application process – Submit completed application (available
online) and a high school transcript containing cumulative GPA,
class rank, graduation date and ACT/SAT score
Application deadlines – Rolling admissions
Transfer Students
Minimum college GPA required – 2.0
Maximum credits transferable – At the discretion of the Vice
president for academic affairs
Items required for application – Completed application (available
online) and official transcipts from all previous colleges attended
Note: Please refer to the Transfer section for more specific information.
International Students
TOEFL test requirements – 500 PBT or 173 CBT
Note: Please refer to the International Students section for more specific
information.
HOUSING INFORMATION
Housing types
Traditional, suite-style residential halls for men and women
Food services
Traditional cafeteria
Equipment/services in living areas
Wellness center, laundry facilities, Internet and phone access in
rooms
Access to technology
Campuswide wireless Internet service, technology center in library
STUDENT LIFE
Campus organizations
Honor societies, departmental, professional, religious, student
government, theater, music and social
Intramural sports
Many intramural sports and activities
Collegiate sports
NCCAA, Division 2A men’s basketball, women’s basketball, men’s
soccer, women’s volleyball, track, golf and cheerleading
Special student services
Veterans, International, financial, ROTC, counseling and diagnostic
Southwestern Christian University is located in Bethany on 11 wooded acres next to the beautiful Eldon Lyon Park. Founded in 1946, SCU strives to equip
students with a Christ-centered education which will empower them for a lifelong calling of learning, leadership and service. This education, which integrates faith,
learning and living, shaped by our holiness-Pentecostal-charismatic tradition, will prepare graduates to excel within their selected careers and communities and to
positively influence their world for Jesus Christ.
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COSTS
Tuition – $10,500
Academic service fees –$25/hour directed study fee, $25/hour
applied music fee
Mandatory fees –$100 room deposit, $200 international application
fee, $40 athletic fee, $100 tech fee
Room and board –$4,200-$5,000 ($400 private room charge)
Books and supplies – $1,000
Note: Costs are calculated for a freshman Oklahoma student carrying 15
hours in the fall and spring semesters.
FINANCIAL AID
Types of financial aid available –VA, Vocational Rehabilitation,
Native America, state and federal aid, scholarships and loans
Percentage of full-time freshmen who applied for aid – 98%
Percentage who demonstrated need – 90%
Percentage who demonstrated need and received aid – 90%
Average financial aid package – $10,000
Application process – Complete FAFSA and application
Application deadlines – Priority date of April 15
CONTACT INFORMATION
SCU Admissions
7210 N.W. 39th Expressway
Bethany, OK 73008
Phone – 405.789.7661
Toll Free – 888.418.9272
[email protected]
www.swcu.edu
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OKLAHOMA’S COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES 2009-10
THE UNIVERSITY OF TULSA
TULSA
GENERAL INFORMATION
Type of institution – Four-year university
Support – Private
Enrollment – 4,165
Setting – Urban
ACADEMIC INFORMATION
Academic emphasis – Engineering, liberal arts, business and law
Degree programs
Bachelor’s
Arts, Business, Music and Science
Accounting, Anthropology, Applied Mathematics, Art, Art
History, Arts Management, Athletic Training, Biochemistry,
Biogeosciences, Biological Science, Chemical Engineering,
Chemistry, Communication, Computer Science, Deaf Education,
Earth and Environmental Science, Economics, Education,
Electrical Engineering, Energy Management, Engineering Physics,
English, Environmental Policy, Exercise and Sports Science, Film
Studies, Finance, French, Geology, German, History, Information
Systems Technology, International Business and Languages,
Management, Management Information Systems, Marketing,
Mathematics, Mechanical Engineering, Music, Musical Theatre,
Nursing, Organizational Studies, Petroleum Engineering,
Philosophy, Physics, Political Science, Psychology, Religion,
Russian Studies, Sociology, Spanish, Speech-Language Pathology,
Theatre
Master’s
Anthropology, Applied Mathematics, Art, Biological Science,
Business Administration, Chemical Engineering, Chemistry,
Clinical Psychology, Computer Science, Education, Electrical
Engineering, Engineering Physics, English Language & Literature,
Finance, Geosciences, History, Mechanical Engineering,
Industrial/Organizational Psychology, Petroleum Engineering,
Physics, Speech-Language Pathology, Taxation
Doctorate
Biology, Chemical Engineering, Chemistry, Clinical Psychology,
Computer Science, English Language & Literature, Geosciences,
Mechanical Engineering, Industrial/Organizational Psychology,
Petroleum Engineering
Juris Doctor
JD and joint degrees including JD/Master of Arts, JD/Master of
Science and JD/Master of Business Administration
Master of Law
LL.M. offered in American Indian and Indigenous Law or
American Law for Foreign Graduates
Class times offered – Daytime and evening
Special programs – Honors, Tulsa Undergraduate Research
Challenge, Cyber Corps, Five-Year Combined Bachelor’s and MBA,
Business and International Business and Language, Study Abroad
Academic calendar – Fall semester (August through mid-December),
spring semester (January to early May) summer sessions (three
sessions – two five-week sessions; one seven-week session)
FACULTY INFORMATION
Total faculty – 380
Full-time faculty – 309
Part-time faculty – 71
Student-faculty ratio – 10 to 1
Percent of faculty with advanced degrees – 96%
Faculty involvement – Supervise independent study, research and
advise students
ADMISSIONS INFORMATION
ACT/SAT requirements – No minimum, average for 2008 entering
freshmen was 28 ACT, 1250 SAT
High school graduation – Required, GED is accepted
High school GPA – No minimum, average for 2008 entering
freshmen was 3.7
High school curriculum requirements
English – 4 units, Social Studies – 3-4 units, Math – 3-4 units, Lab
Science – 3-4 units, Foreign Language – 2-4 units, Fine Arts &
Humanities — 1 unit
Computer competency is expected.
Note: Please refer to Admission Requirements section for more specific
information.
Application process – The final official high school transcript or
GED must be sent directly from the high school or GED-testing
agency to the Office of Admission. Applicants must submit
completed application either online or via traditional form or the
Common Application in lieu of its own form and a nonrefundable,
one-time processing fee of $35.
Application deadlines – Rolling admission policy, completed
application files reviewed as they are received and applicants notified
of the admission decision on an ongoing basis
The University of Tulsa, ranked among the Top 100 universities by U.S. News & World Report, provides educational opportunities to more than 4,100
students in the colleges of arts and sciences, business, engineering and natural sciences and law. Students from across the nation and more than 60 countries enjoy
TU’s personalized attention, small class sizes and low student-faculty ratio.
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Transfer Students
COSTS
Minimum college GPA required – 2.5
Maximum credits transferable – Last 45 hours of course work must
be completed in residence at TU
Items required for application – Application form (TU or Common
Application), $35 nonrefundable fee, official transcripts and/or GED
scores mailed to the Office of Admission from the high school or
GED-testing agency and each accredited college attended.
Note: Please refer to Transfer section for more specific information.
FINANCIAL AID
International Students
TOEFL test requirements – 500 or higher on the paper-based test or
173 or higher on the computer-based test
Note: Please refer to International Students section for more specific
information.
HOUSING INFORMATION
Housing types
On-campus apartments, separate men’s and women’s or coed
residence halls, Greek housing
Food services
Venues in the Allen Chapman Activity Center and Twin Towers,
Starbucks and Carrellos coffee shops on campus
Equipment/services in living areas
Wireless campus, each room has expanded basic cable and Internet
access
Access to technology
Two main computer labs, one open lab and one reserved for
academic instruction. Additional labs located in various buildings on
campus. Access on the computers may vary by class/college.
STUDENT LIFE
Campus organizations
160 pre-professional, honorary, special-interest and social groups on
campus.
Intramural sports
Bowling, badminton, 2-pitch softball, flag football, tennis singles,
tennis doubles, 1-on-1, 2-on-2 and 3-on-3 basketball, 8-ball pool,
pong, darts, dodgeball, volleyball, spades, soccer tournament,
stickball tournament, table tennis singles, sand volleyball doubles,
softball, Frisbee golf, ultimate Frisbee, championship golf doubles,
putt putt and golf
Collegiate sports
Men’s basketball, cross-country, football, golf, soccer, tennis, track
and field women’s basketball, cross country, golf, rowing, soccer,
softball, tennis, track and field and volleyball
Special student services
Center for Student Academic Support
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Tuition – $26,722
Academic service fees – $425 (one-time Student Services fee)
Mandatory fees – $180
Room and board – $8,544
Books and supplies – $1,200
Note: Costs are calculated for a freshman Oklahoma student carrying 15
hours in the fall and spring semesters.
OKLAHOMA’S COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES 2009-10
Types of financial aid available – scholarships, federal grants and
loans
Percentage of full-time freshmen who applied for aid – 91%
Percentage who demonstrated need – 44%
Percentage who demonstrated need and received aid – 100%
Average financial aid package – $19,303
Application process – Complete FAFSA and fill out the TU Financial
Aid Application
Application deadline – May 1
CONTACT INFORMATION
The University of Tulsa Office of Admission
800 South Tucker Dr. Tulsa, OK 74104-9700
Phone – 918.631.2307
Toll Free – 800.331.3050
Fax – 918.631.5003
[email protected]
www.utulsa.edu

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