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Application Requirements

 

International students:

Think you have to leave? Think again. 

Stay in the U.S. while you take classes with us. What you’re dealing with is egregious, but we’re here to help. OCCC will have in-person classes this fall that will help you get an education and stay in the country. Come enroll, take classes on campus, and keep moving forward. When all this blows over, you’ll be on track to continue toward your dream.

Transfer Student (transferring SEVIS record to OCCC)

Items Needed for Admission

1. Apply now.

2. Submit a current financial letter of support (no older than 60 days) showing the ability to finance the projected educational goals ($18,200). A prospective student must demonstrate that s/he can meet all expenses incurred while a student. A bank statement alone will not be accepted; also include the Student Financial Verification form signed by student's sponsor. For each dependent (spouse or child) you must show at least $2,500 on the bank statement in addition to the $18,200.

3. Provide proof of English proficiency by meeting one of the following:

Score a minimum of 500 on the paper-based TOEFL, 173 on the computer-based TOEFL, 61 on the internet-based TOEFL (IBT), or 5.5 on the IELTS.

Submit an official transcript reflecting 24 completed college hours of accredited college work at a college or university in the United States.

Submit an official U.S. high school transcript, with date of graduation, which indicates that all curricular requirements have been met. A list of curricular requirements is available from the Admissions Office.

460 or higher on paper-based TOEFL or 48 internet-based TOEFL or 5.0 or higher on IELTS AND completion of 12 weeks of intensive English study at an approved intensive English program.
Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education - Current Intensive English Programs (IEP) Approved for Students Seeking Admission to Institutions in the Oklahoma State System

4. Send all official transcripts reflecting accredited college work. If you have not attended another college, then all officially certified high school records must be submitted.

5. Submit a valid passport

6. Submit a copy of your I-94 number found at cbp.gov/i94

7. Current copy of your I-20 student copy from the last school the student was authorized to attend.

It is recommended that students apply at least two months before the semester begins. 

All correspondence relating to international admissions should be sent to: international@occc.edu

New Student Residing Outside of the United States

Items Needed for Admission

1. Apply now.

2. Submit a current financial letter of support (no older than 60 days) showing the ability to finance the projected educational goals ($18,200). A prospective student must demonstrate that s/he can meet all expenses incurred while a student. A bank statement alone will not be accepted; also include the Student Financial Verification form signed by student's sponsor.

3. Provide proof of English proficiency by meeting one of the following:

  • Score a minimum of 500 on the paper-based TOEFL, 173 on the computer-based TOEFL, 61 on the internet-based TOEFL (IBT), or 5.5 on the IELTS.
  • 460 or higher on paper-based TOEFL or 48 internet-based TOEFL or 5.0 or higher on IELTS AND Minimum of 12 weeks of intensive English language study at an approved institution. At least two-thirds of the 12 weeks must be instruction at an advanced level.
  • Submit an official transcript reflecting 24 completed college hours of accredited college work at a college or university in the United States.
  • Submit an official U.S. high school transcript, with date of graduation, which indicates that all curricular requirements have been met. A list of curricular requirements is available from the Admissions Office.

Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education - Current Intensive English Programs (IEP) Approved for Students Seeking Admission to Institutions in the Oklahoma State System

4. High School or College transcript copies.

5. Submit a valid passport name page copy or birth certificate copy

6. It is recommended that students apply at least two months before the semester begins. 

All correspondence relating to international admissions should be sent to: international@occc.edu

Part Time International Students must:

  • Apply here
  • Provide a letter from the DSO at your institution with permission for you to take classes at OCCC each semester
  • Submit current official transcript from the school which holds your SEVIS record.
  • Come in person to meet with an Admissions Advisor in Recruitment and Admissions

When is the deadline for the application?

It is highly recommended that you apply at least 2 months before your first semester beginsfrom abroad.

If you are currently an F-1 student transferring from a school in the United States you should apply at least 2 weeks  before the semester begins.

Please note: OCCC no longer requires a transfer-in form.