The TU Concurrent Enrollment Program is an opportunity for outstanding students who have taken the most rigorous courses offered by their school to assume the challenge of college course work in specific areas before they graduate from high school.
- A cumulative high school GPA of 3.5 in college preparatory high school courses
- An ACT composite score of 25 or above or a combined score of 1130 on the Critical Reading and Math sections of the SAT
- A school approval form signed by the principal or counselor
- Student must be at least 16 years of age to enroll in courses at TU.
Students who meet the above criteria should submit the following documents at least one month before the start of classes each term.
- A completed Concurrent Enrollment application form, including a brief essay and signature of parent or guardian
- A current official high school transcript (mailed from school or in an envelope with the school seal)
- A signed school Approval Form (mailed from the school or in an envelope with the school seal)
- Test score results on school transcript or copy of student score report
- A personal interview is strongly recommended
Note: Students may take courses through the Concurrent Enrollment Program for consecutive semesters, but must resubmit the application (omitting the essay), a new transcript if going continuously from spring to fall semester, and a new school approval form.
If granted permission under the concurrent program, students may enroll in most 1000-2000 level courses, an upper level course if they have met the prerequisites, or one that has been approved for concurrent enrollment by the professor. Class schedules are posted online several weeks prior to the opening of enrollment (November for spring semester and March for fall or summer terms).
Half tuition scholarships are granted to students who are accepted to the Concurrent Enrollment Program.
Office of Admission
The University of Tulsa
800 S. Tucker Drive
Tulsa, OK 74104