A student from another country must:
- Complete, sign, and submit an online admissions application.
- Be a graduate of a secondary school and/or college with a GPA of at least 2.0 based on a 4.0 scale.
- Earn a combined SAT score of 1090 or an ACT composite score of 24.
- Complete the native country’s requirements for students who plan to enter school in the United States.
- Present evidence of language proficiency of 500 or higher on paper version of the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) or 173 on the computer-based version, a 61 on the internet version, or a minimum score of 460 on the paper version (140 computer) with 12 weeks of study at an approved English Language Center. TOEFL testing centers, dates, and times available on-line at http://www.ets.org/toefl/
- Furnish a complete transcript in English from a secondary school or college showing date of graduation from a secondary school, and senior secondary school certificate examination results, if applicable.
- Furnish proof of financial ability to travel from home to college and return, and pay all expenses while in school.
- USAO recommends that international students carry medical insurance. Please complete the student medical history form, including immunizations. Click this link to access USAO's Medical Form.
Please note that the deadline for receipt of all materials each year is May 1 for that year's fall enrollment. International transfer students should consult with Joe Evans, Registrar and Director of Admissions, or any one of the admissions counselors in the admissions office for specific information relative to admission to USAO. Mr. Evans can be reached at (405) 574-1204 or by e-mail. You can reach any of the following USAO admissions counselors at:
email ,(405) 574-1306 or 1-800-933-8726 ext. 1306
International Admission Information
Office of Admissions