The Office of Transfer Student Success
We offer a wide range of services to assist you while you transition to OSU and through graduation including:
We offer guidance and support as you consider transitioning into OSU. We will connect you with a Transfer Admissions Counselor and Academic Advisor for the degree program of your choice, assist you with understanding and following our Transfer Maps, provide you with other resources and guidance specific to your needs, and answer any other questions you may have.Make a Virtual Appointment
Transfer Credit Guides
These are tools and guides to help you in the transfer process. The application of your transfer credit toward completion of a bachelor's degree will be determined by your academic college upon your enrollment. Our academic departments determine which credits will be used to meet degree requirements.Transfer Self-Service Tools
Our Transfer Maps are course guides to show you how you can complete your associate degree at your community college and then your bachelor degree at OSU. We are building Transfer Maps all the time. If you don't see one for your community college and/or associate degree, please contact us. A dedicated staff member can discuss your goals and help you figure what credits may transfer in.Current & Past Transfer Maps
TRANSFER STUDENTSBY THE NUMBERS
A majority of Oklahoma transfer students transferred from Tulsa Community College and Northern Oklahoma College. To see how courses from prior institutions transfer to OSU, visit our transfer credit guides here.
The transfer population is an inclusive community with 671 Males and 650 Females. Of which there are:
-46 African American -31 Asian -114 Hispanic
-76 International -142 Multiracial -84 Native American
TAU Sigma National Honor SocietyA national honor society designed exclusively for transfer students
Our mission is to "recognize and promote the academic excellence and involvement of transfers students." Tau Sigma provides its members opportunities to earn scholarships, attend leadership conferences, take leadership positions in the university, serve others at the university and in the community, all while developing friendships and becoming a more integral part of the university to which they transferred!