Applying to ECU as a New Freshman

Thank you for your interest in becoming an ECU Tiger! Requirements for admission to ECU are below.

To apply, start with these three easy steps:

​​​​​​1  Fill out Online Application

  • Complete the online application and pay the $20 application fee by debit or credit card.

2  Submit official Transcript

  • Submit an official six-semester high school transcript and schedule of classes--if prior to graduation

3  Send official ACT/SAT scores


Online Application

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Submit Forms to Admissions

Documents for admission can be sent to the Office of Admissions at

East Central University, Admin Bldg, Rm 102
1100 E 14th Street PMB R-8
Ada, OK 74820

Fax: 580-559-5167

Admission requirements are subject to change each Fall as mandated by the Oklahoma State Regents of Higher Education.

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Shots and Immunizations

Oklahoma state law requires all students who attend Oklahoma colleges to provide proof of immunization for certain diseases. Shots/Immunization records can be sent to Student Health Services.

Immunization Requirements

ECU Student Health Services
1100 E 14th Street PMB S-7
Ada, OK 74820

Fax: 580-559-5276


Admission Requirements

The student must meet one of the following:

  • Score a 20 on the ACT or 1030 on the SAT
  • Rank in the top 50% of graduating class with a 2.7 GPA
  • Have a 2.7 GPA in 15 units of core curricular courses

 

Curricular Requirements

The student must have the following nine units of core curricular requirements for college entrance:

  • 4 years English (Grammar, Composition, Literature)
  • 3 years Mathematics (Algebra I, Algebra II, Geometry, Trigonometry, Math Analysis, Calculus, Advanced Placement Statistics (added 2004) or Applied Mathematics WITH Algebra II (Fall 1992 to 2002)
  • 3 years Lab Science (Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Botany, Zoology or any lab science certified by the school district; General Science with or without a lab may not be used to meet this requirement. Applied Biology/Chemistry only before Fall 2004)
  • The student will also be checked for completion of the following six core curricular courses:
    (Student will be required to complete an additional collegiate course in the relative subject area to make up the high school deficiency.)
  • 3 years History and Citizenship (including one year of American History, 1/2 year of Government and 1 1/2 years of additional units from History, Economics, Geography, Government, or Non-Western Culture)
  • 2 additional units from subject areas listed above, or selected from Computer Science or Foreign Language

Curricular Remediation: Students with curricular deficiencies who fail to demonstrate adequate curricular competence will be required to complete developmental courses as described below:

  • Students with mathematics, English, or science deficiencies will be required to enroll in developmental courses designed to remedy the deficiency. Students must receive a grade equivalent to a "C" or better to remove the deficiency.

Note: Any student who has attempted six hours or less of previous college credit, (excluding 0-level coursework or college credit prior to high school graduation) is considered a beginning freshman and the same eligibility requirements apply.

Further questions concerning beginning freshman admissions can be answered by contacting the Office of Admissions at 580-559-5628.