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Admissions is based on Career Interest and Academic Preparedness. High school and Adult prospective students wishing to apply for a full-time career major should:
Apply: Online application is available by clicking the link above. Paper applications can be obtained in the counseling office on any of the campuses, at the Career Services Center located on the Memorial Complex, or by calling 918.828.5200.
Submit documentation of Career Interest. A total of 70 admission points are possible for Career Interest. A minimum of 40 points is required.
Submit documentation of Academic Preparedness.
Applicants meeting the recommended score are admitted, beginning with the highest score, until all available spaces are filled. Those applicants meeting the recommended scores, yet not accepted into the class due to space limitations will be put on a waiting list. If any applicant feels he/she has been improperly denied admission a request for alternative admissions can be made.
Career Interest is determined by the PLAN test interest results (for high school students) or by the Career Cluster survey, available as part of our online application process or at the Career Services Center. Up to 50 points can be earned by the applicant's career interest results.
Program visits for both high school and adult applicants are available on Thursdays at 3:00 pm. Please call 918.828.5250 for an appointment. Program visit points can also be earned by attending a Tulsa Tech Fair. Twenty (20) points can be earned by the applicant's program visit.
Thirty (30) admission points are available for Academic Preparedness. A minimum of 5 points in math and 5 points in reading is required for admission. Academic preparedness is determined by the following:
- High School applicants may provide standardized test scores from a partner high school or applicants may take the Terra Nova test at the Assessment office of the Career Services Center. Testing is available Monday through Friday from 8:30am - 1:30 pm and Thursday evenings until 6:00pm. Please call 918.828.5290 for specific information; an appointment is not required for testing.
- Adult students will take an assessment test for admission, which will be given at the Assessment office of the Career Services Center. Testing is available Monday through Friday from 8:30am - 1:30 pm and Thursday evenings until 6:00pm. Please call 918.828.5290 for specific information; an appointment is not required for testing.