Prospective students must submit a completed Undergraduate
Application for Admission / Readmission, along with the application
fee and required paperwork, to the office of Admission at the
McCurtain County Campus.
Because SE-McCurtain County Campus students often take classes
from both Eastern Oklahoma State College (EOSC) and Southeastern
Oklahoma State University (SE), the McCurtain County Campus
admission’s office coordinates with the admission’s offices at EOSC
and SE to fully admit students to both institutions with one simple
Admission requirements can vary from year to year and are subject
to the individual admission policies of EOSC and SE*. Undergraduate
admission is based on the students’ previous educational background.
An applicant is classified into one of the following categories
based on previous educational experience. These categories determine
what requirements must be met for admission to EOSC and SE.
Eastern Oklahoma State College
- Traditional Student – have recently graduated from high school
- Adult Student – Students who are 21 years of age or older, holders of a GED
Certificate, or on active military duty may be admitted based on
criteria established at the campus level and submitted to and
approved by the State Regents. Students admitted under the adult
admissions category must demonstrate proficiency in the curricular
requirements related to their degree. Any student who (a) is not a
high school graduate but whose high school class has graduated and
(b) has participated in the (ACT) American College Testing program
is eligible for admission to Eastern.
- Concurrent – High school students who meet the requirements for concurrent
enrollment set by the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education.
- International students - Is not a United States citizen and does not have
permanent resident alien status.
- Transfer Students – students who have completed college-level work at another
regionally accredited college/university.
Southeastern Oklahoma State University
Freshman – A student who has earned no more than six hours of
college-level credit after graduation from high school (this
excludes credits earned concurrently with high school enrollment and
credits earned by examination) or has earned a GED and their high
school class has graduated.
Adult Freshman – A student who is 21 years of age or older or on
active military duty and does not qualify for regular admission to
Southeastern Oklahoma State University.
Transfer – A student who has attempted a minimum of seven or
more semester hours of college-level credit after graduation from
Returning – A student who has attended SOSU, but was not
enrolled during the immediate past semester (except for the summer
Non–Degree Seeking – Students who wish to enroll in courses
without intending to pursue a degree may be permitted to enroll in
up to nine credit hours without satisfying admission requirements.
Concurrent – A student that is still enrolled in high school,
meets the performance requirements for new freshman, and is able to
satisfy all 15 curricular requirements & graduation requirements no
later than the spring semester of their senior year.
International Student – Is not a United States citizen and does
not have permanent resident alien status.
*Refer to the appropriate Academic Catalog for more information on admission requirements.