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+ How do I apply?

Our application process is easy! The first step is to create an account and submit your application at For incoming freshmen, you’ll be required to send us your ACT/SAT test scores and a high school transcript. For transfer students, all we require is a college transcript. Once those items are submitted, applications are complete! (Lucky for you, we don’t require an essay!)

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+ Now that I’m accepted, what are my next steps?

Congratulations! We’re so excited you’ve been accepted. You should receive a checklist in the mail along with your acceptance letter. The first step for you is to pay your $250 enrollment deposit. This will allow you to sign up for Take Flight (our new student orientation) and will place you in the queue to fill out your housing application. (Notification of the housing application is usually received about 48 hours after the enrollment deposit is processed.)

+ What study abroad opportunities does OC offer?

OC students have many opportunities to study abroad during the academic year, in the summer, and over Spring Break. You can find a complete list of opportunities (including our incredible facility in Vienna!) at

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Students of all income demographics are able to attend OC! Try out our calculator to walk you through the steps necessary to get an estimate.

Financial Aid Questions
+ How do I apply for scholarships?

Visit to see a full list of scholarship opportunities at OC and through national and state programs. All applicants should also complete our Net Price Calculator at for a personal financial aid estimate.

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+ How much does OC cost?

Our average net cost per student, after financial aid awards, is $10,372. Our students receive, on average, $9,101 of scholarships from Oklahoma Christian University and an average of $3,704 in federal loans. Our total cost of attendance (including tuition, room and board) is $26,920 per year. The average debt of our graduates is $26,578.

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+ What is your FAFSA code?

OC's code for the Free Application for Federal Student Aid is 003165.  To make certain you are eligible for all possible financial aid, be sure to include it when completing your FAFSA!  


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