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For more information on the NOC-OSU Gateway Program contact:

 

Debbie Quirey
Director of Stillwater Campus
Northern Oklahoma College
1118 W. Hall of Fame
Stillwater, OK 74078
Phone: (405) 744-2246
dquirey@okstate.edu
noc.edu/stillwater



Office of Undergraduate Admissions
Oklahoma State University
219 Student Union
Stillwater, OK 74078
Phone: (405) 744-5358
admissions@okstate.edu
admissions.okstate.edu

OSU-NOC Gateway Program

The Gateway Program

 

Admission to NOC-OSU Gateway Program

Students who have applied for freshman admission to OSU but do not meet current admission requirements do qualify for admission to the NOC-OSU Gateway Program located at Northern Oklahoma College's Stillwater campus. Graduates of accredited high schools or other students whose high school class has graduated are eligible for admission to this program. The ACT is required for all applicants under 21 years of age. Applicants over 21 are not required to take the ACT but will be required to take placement tests in English, reading, and/or math. In addition to meeting NOC standard admission requirements, international applicants are required to provide a financial guarantee and demonstrate English proficiency.

 

Admission to Oklahoma State University

Students admitted into the NOC-OSU Gateway Program must earn twenty-four hours of college level credit through the program with a 2.25 minimum grade-point average. Gateway students are encouraged to work closely with OSU admissions personnel to ensure that they meet all admission requirements of the university.

 

Course Offerings at NOC-OSU Gateway Program

Northern Oklahoma College offers a variety of courses for transfer to Oklahoma State University. Gateway courses transfer as equivalent to specific OSU courses and meet general education requirements just as they would if taken at OSU. Courses regularly offered include freshman composition, American history and government, college algebra, introductory sociology and psychology, speech, and humanities. A joint committee, consisting of faculty representatives from both NOC and OSU, meets periodically to ensure that Gateway Program courses have common learning objectives and prepare students well for later OSU courses. The availability of transfer guides, degree requirement sheets, and ready access to NOC and OSU academic advising offices help to ensure that Gateway students choose courses that apply to their eventual OSU degree.

 

Welcome!

The Division of Student Affairs welcomes you to the Stillwater campus! Our division works hard to ensure that all students are connected as members of the university community. We are committed to the success of students as well as other members of the university community. Therefore, the division offers a variety of services for students through nine different departments including:

 

Campus Life
Campus Recreation
Career Services
Multicultural Student Center
Residential Life
Student Union
University Counseling Services
University Health Services
Seretean Wellness Center

 

The Vice President for Student Affairs, Dr. Lee Bird, provides direction and leadership for programs and services affecting student life and development. Dr. Bird is a regular attendee at student group meetings and activities. She is also in constant communication with student leaders in order to serve as a liaison between the student body and administration. In addition, the ALPHA new student orientation program and the group II student funding committee are coordinated through the office of the Vice President for Student Affairs. Dr. Bird has an open door policy and enjoys visiting with students. Any concerns or questions can be emailed to the Student Concerns Database. Student Affairs wishes you academic and personal success throughout the upcoming year!