Issuu on Google+




T r a n s f e r St u d e n t S u p p o r t O f f i c e , F i r s t F l o o r , N i g h U n i v e r s i t y C e n t e r (405) 974-2456 or •

Welcome to Central

Transferring to Central is the right decision, and we want to make the process simple for you! If you decide to transfer to Central with an associate of arts or science degree (A.A. or A.S.) from another Oklahoma public college, Oklahoma Regent’s policy guarantees that your associate’s degree will satisfy all general education requirements at UCO.

Transfer Admission Requirements • 0-29 hours completed • 30 or more hours completed

1.7 GPA 2.0 GPA

• If you have less than 24 hours completed you must meet high school admission requirements. Those requirements are 2.7 GPA and ranked in the upper 50% or 20 ACT/940 SAT or 2.7 GPA in the 15 unit high school core. • Out of state transfers must have a 2.0 cumulative GPA. • If you have less than 6 college hours and are 21 years of age or older, you will be admitted under “adult” admissions.

Applying to Central See how your courses transfer at 1. Complete the online application at This is the application for admission and scholarships. You don’t have to wait until the end of the semester to apply! 2. Pay the $40 application fee. 3. Submit your immunization records (especially if you attended college prior to 2004). 4 Submit official transcripts from all colleges previously attended. 5. Submit official ACT scores, if necessary.

Sending Transcripts Mail transcripts to: University of Central Oklahoma Undergraduate Admissions 100 North University Drive, Box 151 Edmond, OK 73034.

Transfer applications for admission and scholarships will be reviewed only when all official transcripts have been received from all institutions attended. contact information Transfer Student Support Office, First Floor, Nigh University Center (405) 974-2456 or

Incoming transfer students can take part in the advisement and enrollment process at UCO through one of the following methods:

Transfer Enrollment Days New students can complete course placement testing, visit with an academic advisor and enroll early! You can also get your student ID card, visit with Housing and Dining Services and much more. This optional program is your only chance to enroll early. The cost is just $25. Schedule your appointment at

Enrollment Central Online You can complete this self-paced, web-based orientation at If you are unable to attend Transfer Enrollment Days, this provides the same information and helps you get started at Central.


Your Central Investment With our metropolitain location, student-centered faculty and modern facilities, Central is a smart investment in your future.

2013-2014 Tuition and Fees Tuition and fees are $181.20 per credit hour for Oklahoma residents and $451.70 per credit hour for out-of-state residents. Class fees are subject to change. Estimated Cost for 1 year at Central – Oklahoma Residents Tuition & Fees (15 FA / 15 SP) $5,436 Average On-Campus $8,560 Housing/Dining Option* Books & Supplies $1,200 Total: $15,196

Estimated Cost for 1 year at Central – Out of State Residents Tuition & Fees (15 FA / 15 SP) $13,551 Average On-Campus $8,560 Housing/Dining Option* Books & Supplies $1,200 Total: $23,311

*Commuter meal plans available for students living off-campus

*Commuter meal plans available for students living off-campus

Information regarding Central’s residency policies as well as an application can be found at

Incoming Transfer Scholarship Opportunities Apply at by 5 p.m., November 1, 2013 deadline for Spring 2014 scholarship consideration OR 5 p.m., April 1, 2014 deadline for Fall 2014 scholarship consideration. Name # offered Amount Eligibility Duration Broncho Distinction 50 Up to $1,250 Minimum 3.5 retention GPA 1 year Scholarship Phi Theta Kappa 50 Up to $2,000 Minimum 3.75 retention GPA 2 years Scholarship and active Phi Theta Kappa member Transfer Scholarship 50 Up to $1,600 Involvement/membership 2 years minimum 3.5 retention GPA Non-resident Scholarship 25 Pays up to 12 credit Minimum 3.5 retention GPA 1 year hours of non-resident tuition per semester and 6 credit hours in the summer President’s Leadership 15 $3,500 tuition plus Minimum 3.0 & 21 ACT; 4 years Scholarship half of residence hall Active involvement in 3 or more housing and meal organizations contract Leaders of Tomorrow 15 Up to a $2,000 tuition Minimum 2.75 unweighted GPA 4 years Scholarship waiver plus $500 and 20 ACT. Active involvement in book voucher 2 or more organizations and demonstrated community involvement Legacy Non-resident Varies Pays up to 12 Parent(s) or grandparent(s) Up to Tuition Waiver credit hours of must have graduated from 4 years non-resident tuition UCO. Must be an out-of-state per semester applicant. (This scholarship requires a separate application available at: *Meeting the minimum qualifications of a specific scholarship does not guarantee the receipt of the scholarship. For questions, contact the Office of Student Financial Aid & Scholarships at (405) 974-2727 or To be considered, application and transcripts must be received by deadline.

Central opportunity The University of Central Oklahoma offers a wide range of higher learning opportunities. With 115 majors to choose from, there is sure to be something for you! Accounting Actuarial Science Applied Liberal Arts Art - Art History Art - Studio Art Art Education Biology Biomedical Engineering Business Administration Business Administration - International Business Business Administration Legal Studies Career and Technology Education Allied Health Education Career and Technology Education Business and Information Technology Education/Marketing Education Career and Technology Education Family and Consumer Science Career and Technology Education Trade and Industrial Education Chemistry Chemistry - ACS Certificate Chemistry - Health Sciences Clinical Lab Science/Med-Tech Community/Public Health Computer Science Computer Science - Applied Computer Science Information Science Contemporary Music Business Contemporary Music Performance Contemporary Music Production Criminal Justice - Corrections

Criminal Justice General Criminal Justice Criminal Justice - Police Dance Dance Education Design - Graphic Design Design - Interior Design Early Childhood Education Economics - BBA Elementary Education Engineering Physics Electrical Systems Engineering Physics Mechanical Systems Engineering Physics - Physics English English - Creative Writing English Education Family Life Education Child Development Family Life Education - Gerontology Family Life Education Marriage and Family Fashion Marketing Finance Finance Insurance and Risk Management Forensic Science Forensic Science - Chemistry Forensic Science - Molecular Biology Funeral Service General Studies Geography History - General

History - Museum Studies History Education Humanities Industrial Safety Information and Operations Management - Management Information Systems Information and Operations Management - Operations and Supply Chain Management Kinesiology Exercise/Fitness Management Kinesiology - Outdoor and Community Recreation Management Management Human Resource Management Management PGA Golf Management Marketing Marketing - Professional Selling Mass Communication Professional Media Mathematics Mathematics - Applied Mathematics Mathematics - Statistics Mathematics Education Modern Language - French Modern Language - German Modern Language - Spanish Modern Language Education - French Modern Language Education - German Modern Language Education - Spanish Music - Music Theatre Music - Percussion Performance

Music - Piano Performance Music - String Performance Music - Vocal Performance Music - Wind Performance Music Education - Instrumental Music Education - Vocal Nursing Nutrition, Dietetics and Food Management Organizational Leadership Philosophy Photographic Arts Physical Education/Health Political Science Political Science Public Administration Psychology Science Education - Biology Science Education - Chemistry Science Education - General Science Science Education - Physical Science Science Education - Physics Sociology Sociology - Human Services Sociology - Substance Abuse Studies Special Education Mild-Moderate Disabilities Special Education - SevereProfound/Multiple Disabilities Speech/Language Pathology Technology Application Studies Theatre Arts - Design and Technology Theatre Arts - Performance Theatre/Communication Education

Visit Central

The best way to learn if Central is right for you is to experience our beautiful, friendly campus for yourself! Guided campus tours are offered at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. weekdays during the fall and spring semesters and at 10 a.m. weekdays during the summer and last about an hour and a half. Tours are free, but sign up is required at

In compliance with Title VI and Title VII of The Civil Rights Act of 1964, Executive Order 11246 as amended, Title IX of The Education Amendments of 1972, Sections 503 and 504 of The Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, The Family and Medical Leave Act of 1993, The Civil Rights Act of 1991, and other Federal Laws and Regulations, the University of Central Oklahoma does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, religion, handicap, disability, status as a veteran in any of its policies, practices or procedures; this includes but is not limited to admissions, employment, financial aid, and educational services. Students with disabilities who wish special accommodations should make their requests to the Coordinator of Disability Support Services at 405-974-2516. This publication, printed by Arlington, TX, is issued by the University of Central Oklahoma as authorized by Title 70 OS 1981, Section 3903. 5,000 copies have been prepared or distributed at a cost of $1,195.50. 7/2013

Live Central

1 0 0 N o r t h U n iv e r s i t y D r iv e , E d m o n d , O K 7 3 0 3 4 路 ( 4 0 5 ) 9 7 4 - 2 7 2 7 路 w w w . u c o . e d u