Welcome Future Tigers! No matter where you are on your education journey, a beginning freshman, incoming or returning student, transfer or concurrent, the Office of Admissions is your starting point.

Come and explore ECU by scheduling a tour today! You’ll walk around our 135-campus, much of which is shaded and a mix of historical and modern facilities. All of our buildings, athletic facilities, and housing areas are within walking distance, giving you the opportunity to take it all in. Shade trees surround the Honor Plaza in front of the iconic Science Hall, complete with a Tiger Fountain looking toward the Centennial Plaza where there is usually an activity or two going on, including Ada Fest, East End Eats, chalk drawing contests, complete with the occasional live band. We invite you to see what makes East Central University one of the busiest campuses around.

Are you ready to become a Tiger? Apply Today!

You can’t become a Tiger without first applying to East Central University. Take the first step and complete the online application for admission, submit transcripts and ACT/SAT scores. You’ll find all the requirements to earn your stripes on the page that best describes your classification.  


We're here to help.

We’re here to help. Our office is happy to schedule you a tour, answer any questions about becoming a Tiger or walk you through the online application. If you need any assistance please email us at or call 580-559-5628.

Your Future! Your Choice!

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Contact Us

Spencer Administration Building, Room 102

Monday - Friday
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

What's Happening @ECUTIGERS

Whoa! Where did all this fog come from? Pedestrians and commuters be careful out there! #StaySafeTigers #NoFilterTomorrow (Jan 18) is the last day to add classes! If you have questions about holds, call 580-559-5227 or email back to class today Tigers! Have a great semester! #OnceATigerAlwaysATiger #ECUTigers #hearourroarHappy New Year Tigers! #ECUTigers #hearourroar #ECUTigersYourFuture #ECUTigersYourChoice #ECUTigersNewYear2019 #OnceATigerAlwaysATiger

Over the past year I have learned a lot from working at the Robert S. Kerr Environmental Research Center in Ada, Oklahoma. I can honestly say that what I have learned while participating in the ERAP will help me in a future career.

Justin Groves, ERAP student '06-'07

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