Concurrent students will be charged regular tuition and fee rates established by the university. The exact cost will depend on the number of credit hours enrolled in and the specific courses. In addition, students should plan for additional costs such as books, parking permit, student ID and other associated educational costs.
Costs of Concurrent Enrollment
Concurrent Tuition Waivers
Concurrently enrolled seniors in Oklahoma may receive a tuition waiver scholarship for up to six credit hours of college course work per semester while concurrently enrolled.
Concurrently enrolled juniors in Oklahoma who achieve a minimum ACT composite score of 26 (SAT score of 1170) AND have a high school GPA of 3.0 or higher may receive a tuition waiver scholarship for up to six credit hours of tuition per semester while concurrently enrolled. To continue to receive the waiver in subsequent semesters, students must maintain a 3.0 college GPA.
Students receiving a tuition waiver are responsible for all other costs including mandatory fees, books, parking permit, student ID, and any other associated expenses. Students receiving a tuition waiver and taking courses in excess of six credit hours will be responsible for the full cost of the courses taken over six credit hours.