Earn One Full Year of College Credit in High School
affordable college credit for high schoolers with curriculum you can trust.
Gather the following items before applying: transcript, official ACT/SAT scores, student letter/survey, ID
Why OKWU Prep?
Through a groundbreaking partnership with TEL Education, OKWU PREP provides an innovative learning path for high school students to earn college credit through concurrent enrollment.
Students are challenged with a faith-based curriculum in a growing number of compelling courses. The online learning environment is dynamic and uses rubric-based assignments, live exams, and peer interactions. Our nationally recognized faculty provide a learning experience that will give you a head start in launching a successful college career from right where you are. Gain up to 48 credit hours through OKWU Prep – a full year of college.
High school juniors and seniors who meet the following criteria are eligible for OKWU Prep:
- ACT of 18, SAT of 960, or CLT of 61.
- 3.0 cGPA
High School Concurrent Enrollment
High school students can enroll in up to 12 college hours each semester through OKWU Prep. The combination of high school and college courses cannot exceed the equivalent of 19 semester hours. Three college hours are considered equal to one high school course. A total of 48 college credit hours can be earned through OKWU Prep.
Students may take designated OKWU Prep 1000- or 2000-level courses as long as any prerequisite courses have been successfully completed. Some classes will require a placement test to ensure academic success. Each student’s schedule is subject to the approval of the OKWU Prep academic advisor.
- Gather the following items: transcript, official ACT/SAT scores, student letter/survey, ID
- Fill out the application form
- Complete the FERPA form
- At your high school with a facilitator
- On our Bartlesville OKWU campus
- Enroll in the full OKWU experience
- Be an Eagle!
What is the real cost?
OKWU Prep is dedicated to offering affordable college credit to high schoolers with a faith-based curriculum you can trust.
$95/credit hour ($285 per 3-hour class) plus book fees. No additional administrative fees.
Online Courses for Spring 2021
$185 per 3-hour class (See TEL scholarship) No book fees. No additional fees.
That’s right. You can pay $62/credit hour. Period. The rate of $100 off is made possible by the TEL Scholarship for Spring ’21. Take up to 4 courses at this reduced rate.
TEL Scholarship (Spring ’21)
$100 off per course (up to 4 courses)
Oklahoma Wesleyan University, in partnership with Tel Library and the Koch Foundation, is offering students $100 scholarships to enroll in Spring 2021 classes. Students can receive scholarships for up to four classes, with coursework completed in either 8 or 16 weeks. That’s up to $400 towards college credit!
OKWU PRep Scholarship
Up to $2,000 per year.
If you take any OKWU Prep course as a high school student, you’ll be eligible for an institutional OKWU scholarship once you enroll as a full-time undergraduate student.
ONLINE Offerings OKWU Prep & TRAD students Spring and Summer 2021
- Introduction to Literature
- US Government
- HS History 1
COMM1703 Section 1TEC
- College Algebra
- Language and Composition
ON-CAMPUS Offerings OKWU Prep Spring 2021
- New Testament
BLIT1203-0001 MWF 11:20-12:15, Dr. Ensor
BLIT1203-0002 TR 8:00-9:20, Dr. McNall
BLIT1203-0003 TR 11:00-12:20, Dr. Fullingim
- Old Testament
BLIT1103-0001 MWF 9:05-10:10, Dr. Fullingim
PSYC1503-0002, MWF 2:35-3:30, Dr. Tammy Andrews
- Introduction to Literature
LIT 2103–0001, MWF 11:20-12:15, Dr. Lisa Riggs
Intro to Comm: COMM1703-0002, m 7:00-10:00, Prof. Lynn
Interpersonal Comm: COMM 1803-0001, TR 9:30-10:50, Prof Lynn
- Comp 1
ENGL1103-0001, TR 9:30-10:50, Dr. Fisher
ENGL1103-0002, MWF 11:20-12:15, Prof. Flick
- Comp 2
ENGL1203-0002, MWF 1:30-2:25, Dr. Riggs
ENGL1203-0003, MWF 1:30-2:25, Dr. Whitley
- US Government
POLS1103-0001, TR 11:00-12:20, Prof. Ricky Cook
POLS1103-0002, TR 12:30-1:50, Prof. Rick Cook
Eligibility Requirements for Juniors & Seniors
Students attending public or private high schools
- Each student must have the written approval of his/her high school counselor or principal.
- Seniors must be ready to graduate within the current academic year; juniors must be ready to graduate within two academic years.
- Each student must have at least a 3.0 cGPA on an approved transcript OR a composite ACT of 18, SAT of 960, or CLT of 61.
Students who are schooled at home
- Each student must have the written approval of his/her parent or guardian.
- Each student must be at least 16 years old.
- Each student must have at least a 3.0 cGPA on an approved transcript.
- Students must have a minimum composite ACT score of 18 or a minimum composite SAT score of at least 960.
“OKWU PREP delivers affordable college credit for high schoolers with a curriculum you can trust.”
Prof. Monica Epperson
Students who complete an OKWU Prep Course(s) as a concurrent student automatically qualify as a full-time undergraduate student.
Full-time enrollment as a Traditional Student in a Residential Degree Program
Award Amount: Student will receive a semester scholarship equal to 1/8 of the amount they paid in tuition dollars, not to exceed $2000 yearly.
Student must have taken and paid for “OKWU Prep” courses. This will be any OKWU course taken as a concurrent student. Once a student has graduated from high school, he/she is no longer eligible for concurrent enrollment.
OKWU Prep Scholarship is capped at $2000/year and tuition in total institutional aid
Stackable: OKWU Prep cannot be stacked with Percentage of Tuition Scholarships or Athletic Scholarships. Scholarships that are not eligible for stacking of an OKWU Prep Scholarship include: Opportunity Knocks Scholarship, Valedictorian Scholarship, National Merit Finalist or Semi-finalist Scholarship, Employee Benefit Scholarship, 75% Wesleyan Minister or Missionary Dependent Scholarship, 75% Ministry Major Scholarship, 50% Non-Wesleyan Minister or Missionary Dependent Scholarship, 50% Wesleyan Student Scholarship, 50% Non-Ordained Wesleyan Minister or Missionary Dependent Scholarship and Athletic Offers. This list may be expanded to include any additional scholarships that are based on a percentage of tuition or tuition and fees.