Are you looking to get a jump start on your college education? If you are a high school junior or senior, becoming a concurrent student at East Central University may be for you. Check below for eligibility, then apply!
A high school student may take college-level courses while still enrolled as a Junior or Senior by meeting the following requirements for admission:
ACT composite score of 20 OR grade point average of 3.0 and rank in the top 50%. Students must have a 19 ACT score in science reasoning, mathematics and/or English to enroll in coursework in the respective subject area(s). A student scoring below 19 ACT in reading will not be permitted to enroll in any other collegiate course (outside the subjects of science, mathematics, and English).
Or Pre-ACT composite score of 20.
RESTRICTIONS: Enrollment is limited to 19 semester hours which is a combination of high school and college courses. (One high school course equals three semester hours of college work.) A student who is otherwise eligible under this policy may enroll in a maximum of nine semester hours during a summer term.
At the end of each semester, a concurrent student may continue his/her enrollment at ECU provided that during the provisional enrollment period he/she has achieved a cumulative college grade point average of 2.0 or above on a 4.0 scale. A final, official high school transcript is required upon graduation to complete the student’s file.
*Requirements are subject to change each fall as mandated by the Oklahoma State Regents of Higher Education.
Concurrent Student Application Process
All concurrent applicants must complete and submit the Concurrent Enrollment Verification form and supporting documents to be considered for admission. Your concurrent application to become a student at East Central University is not considered whole until you have successfully completed and submitted all the requested information.
- Complete the Online Concurrent Application form for admission to ECU
- Completed Concurrent Enrollment Verification form
- Current, official high school transcript showing GPA, class rank, and class size
- Printout of the student’s schedule for the semester in which the student intends to take concurrent courses
- Copy of official ACT report (or on high school transcript)
New Admitted Concurrent Students
Once you have been notified that you have been admitted you need to set up an enrollment appointment with the Academic Success Center by calling (580) 559-5696.
For your enrollment appointment, please bring your Concurrent Enrollment Verification Form and high school schedule (for the semester they are planning to take concurrent coursework)*.
Returning Concurrent Students
Set up an enrollment appointment with the Academic Success Center by calling (580) 559-5696.
For your enrollment appointment, please bring your Concurrent Verification Form, high school transcript, and high school schedule (for the semester they are planning to take concurrent coursework)*.
*Please note that the high school schedule does not have to show the specific hour the student is taking a class. We just need a list of classes on letterhead, with a signature from the school counselor or principal.