Welcome to the eagle family.

Accepted Students

You’ve been admitted to OKWU!

We are excited for the start of this new chapter in your life. To help you get started, we’ve compiled a step-by-step guide to help make the transition to life at OKWU as easy as possible.

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1. Review Financial Aid and Estimated Cost

After you have been accepted and submitted a FAFSA or FAFSA Waiver, you’re ready to review your financial aid and estimated cost. 

Step 1: Check your email for your OKWU Aid Offer and next steps.

Step 2: Schedule a meeting with your Student Services Counselor to review aid and cost estimate.

Click here to Schedule!

For any questions or concerns, please contact our Office of Financial Aid at financialaid@okwu.edu or 918.335.6282.

2. Become an Eagle!

Once you have been accepted to the University and reviewed your financial aid offer, the next step is to pay your commitment fee to reserve your spot in the next class and join the Eagle family!

Commit Today!

For any questions or concerns, please contact your Admissions Counselor or the Office of Admissions at admissions@okwu.edu or 918.335.6828. 

3. Activate Your MyOKWU Login

After submitting the commitment, the next step is to activate your MyOKWU login account. This gives you access to your student email and much more. Your OKWU Student Email is where important information will be communicated with you so make sure to check it regularly!

OKWU Student Portal

If you are logging in for the first time, click “first time user” and use the following:

Username: firstname.lastname (ex. John.doe) 

For any question or concerns please contact Information Technology at support@okwu.edu or 918.335.6233.

4. Meet with Advisor to Register for Classes

Welcome to OKWU Advising! We look forward to meeting with you to schedule courses.

Prior to scheduling a meeting, you must have:

  1. Been accepted
  2. Paid the commitment
  3. Logged into your MyOKWU student portal

Please schedule a zoom meeting to register for your classes. 

All Majors – Evening

All Majors – Day

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Jana Russell at jrussell@okwu.edu or 918.335.6220.

5. Complete your Student Information Form

The Student Information Form will encompass your housing form, medical forms, parking permit, food allergies, and OKWU ID. Before starting this form, you will need the following:

  • OKWU ID # (Contact your Admissions Counselor for this number)
  • Vaccinations and Immunization Records
  • Medical Insurance Information
  • Medical History and Information
  • Vehicle License Plate Number, Model, Make and Year
  • A Photo ID to Upload (similar to a Passport or Driver’s License Photo)

Student Information Form

For any questions or concerns, please contact Aaron Bunker at abunker@okwu.edu or 918.397.7034

6. Receive Housing Assignment & Move-In Information

Once you have completed your Commitment and your Student Information Form has been approved, you are ready for your Housing Assignment and Move In Date. Housing Assignments will be assessed at the beginning of each month starting May 1. Your housing assignment will be sent to your OKWU Student email and will include a link to sign up for a move in time slot. 

For any questions or concerns, please contact Megan Young at myoung@okwu.edu or 918.335.6830.

7. Submit Final Admission Documents

Once you have completed all of your coursework and your final grades have been submitted, you will need to have your final transcript(s) and official test scores (ACT, SAT, CLT) sent to OKWU. If you have taken any dual credit/concurrent college courses, please have transcript(s) from each University giving the credits sent to Admissions as described above.

It is vital that these materials are sent to OKWU in a timely manner. All transcripts can be submitted electronically using an electronic transcript service (Parchment, XAP, National Student Clearinghouse, etc.) or by physical mail to: Office of Admissions, OKWU, 2201 Silver Lake Road, Bartlesville, OK 74006.

Official test scores can be requested using the corresponding test scores website. If you have not taken a test, OKWU offers an ACT Residual that will be required prior to starting classes.


For any questions or concerns, please contact your Admissions Counselor or the Office of Admissions at admissions@okwu.edu or 918.335.6828.

8. Finalize your Account

The last step before being able to begin classes is to finalize your account.  Our Student Services Office will go over your balance and assist you in setting up a payment plan if needed. 

Step 1: Make sure you have registered for classes and completed your Student Information Form

Step 2: Schedule a meeting with Student Services (click button below)

Step 3: Set up a Payment Plan (can be completed during your Zoom meeting)


Schedule Meeting Here!


Visit the Payment Options page for more information on any remaining balance.

For any questions or concerns, please contact our Student Services Representative, Mel Sisson, at msisson@okwu.edu or 918.335.6260.

New Student Orientation

Orientation—which takes place during move-in weekend—welcomes new students to campus with a series of activities designed to bring students, faculty and staff closer together. The one-day event will be in August 2021. Students and parents will receive updated information throughout the summer and when they arrive on campus in August. New Student and Family Orientation is coordinated by the Student Development Office.

Move In Day

Move in weekend schedule

For any student who has not yet finished their registration process and or has signed up to move in on Friday, August 27th will attend this move in preview day.  We will assist you in the move in process and help you complete your registration steps so you are ready for the start of classes.  For questions please contact Aaron Bunker, Director of Student Engagement abunker@okwu.edu

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Don’t forget to complete or read the following forms.

Student Handbook

OKWU New Student Packing List

Experience OKWU

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