The Office of Concurrent Student Academic Services exists to ensure all of the academic needs of OSU concurrent students are met. Through the addition of this office, concurrent students now have a singular place they can turn for the variety of unique issues they might face. Brett Rowh, Coordinator of Concurrent Student Services, serves multiple roles, ranging from Academic Advisor, to coordinator for expanding concurrent programming, as well as being the contact person for surrounding school districts interested in offering OSU concurrent courses.
A concurrent student is one who is still enrolled in high school. To be admitted as a concurrent student, you must be a junior or senior enrolled in an accredited Oklahoma high school and meet the requirements below:
- Participate in the ACT or SAT* and
- Meet at least one of the performance requirement options and
- Be able to satisfy all 15 curricular requirements and requirements for high school graduation no later than the last semester of your senior year.
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Home Study or Unaccredited High School:
Seniors (17 years of age): 24 ACT or 1090 SAT
Juniors (16 years of age): 25 ACT or 1130 SAT
*Only national ACT and SAT testing may be used for concurrent student admission.