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The Journey Begins!

Congratulations on your decision to take concurrent college classes at Oklahoma State University. Concurrent coursework is a great way to step into the college world while still in high school. While it may be easy to get lost in the excitement of college life, this decision is not to be taken lightly.  Concurrent classes mark the beginning of your academic record in higher education. A different level of commitment will be required for your college classes. To assist you in this transition, we offer vast resources to help you be successful.
Advisement and Course Choice 
Your academic advisor is one of your most important resources and advocates at OSU.  Your advisor assists you with course choice, schedule planning and academic guidance. In addition, your advisor can direct you to campus resources that are dedicated to ensuring your success as a college student.  While you are a high school concurrent student, you will be advised by the Office of Concurrent Programming and Advisement , located in 040 Student Union. If you’re like most students, you have chosen concurrent enrollment to earn college credits that will help you get ahead in college. When you meet with your advisor, make sure to discuss future plans and consider coursework that will compliment your high school schedule.
As a concurrent student, you will take freshman (1000 level) and sophomore (2000 level) courses. The first number of a course tells you the level of the course, and the last number tell you the number of credit hours. If you want to make changes to your schedule after enrollment, ALWAYS contact your academic advisor and high school counselor to determine the best course of action.
 Academic Assistance and Free Tutoring
OSU offers FREE one-on-one tutoring to all students on a wide array of subjects.  The following locations offer academic assistance for classes often taken by concurrent students: 

(LASSO) Center Tutoring Office   

204 Student Union



The Mathematics Learning Success Center (MLSC)

Edmond Low Library, 5th Floor



The Writing Center 

404 Student Union


 O-Key and Email – Your OSU email address is the primary form of communication between you and OSU professors, offices and fellow students. It is important you check this email regularly to stay to stay informed. If you haven’t already activated your O-Key account, which also establishes your OSU email address, visit and follow the activation steps.
 Continuing Concurrent Courses – To continue as a concurrent student beyond the initial semester, you must submit a new high school concurrent form and new permission signatures prior to the new semester. No additional application fees, transcripts or test scores are required. Contact your advisor in the Office of Concurrent Programming and Advisement, located in 040 Student Union to schedule an appointment to discuss your coursework for the next semester.



Bursar’s Office

113 Student Union



Parking Office

1006 W. Hall of Fame



Office of the Registrar
324 Student Union


Student Counseling Center

320 Student Union


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