Detailed Enrollment Process
Failure to follow these steps or to complete them in the proper order will cause delays in enrollment.
To ensure a spot in a course, it is encouraged for students to enroll as soon as courses become available.
Per OSU policy, students who are not enrolled in at least one course before the first day of classes for a given semester but who later enroll for that semester will be charged a $50 late fee by OSU.
Students considering taking more than nine hours in the fall or spring – or more than six in the summer – are strongly encouraged to consult with an advisor.
Visit with an advisor about course selection.
Prior to undergraduate enrollment, an appointment with an advisor is necessary. For more information on undergraduate enrollment visit the Spears School Student Services website.
New graduate students who have not yet submitted a plan of study must seek advisement with an advisor. Advisor information for each program is below.
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Any holds, such as Bursar Office or Academic Advising holds, will prevent enrollment. To check for holds:
- Log in to SIS.
- Select “Holds” from the Student Records drop-down menu.
Course offerings, course descriptions, text book requirements and other information, can be located at the OCampus website. The OSU University Store and the Tulsa bookstore will carry a small inventory or books may be purchased from any outside book vendor (Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Ecampus, iChapters, etc.).
Forms Required Before Enrollment
- Student Information Form
- Distance Learning Proctor Agreement Form – must be approved by Distance Learning Office
- Review Proctor Policies
Proctor Agreement Form
Review the course syllabus located on the online classroom portal Desire2Learn or previous semester syllabi for graduate and undergraduate to determine if a proctor is required for exams. If a proctor is required, students will need to complete the top portion of the Distance Learning Proctor Agreement Form and have the proctor complete the proctor portion of the agreement form and fax it to (866) 865-0760 within the first week of class. Prior to proctor selection, Proctor Policies should be reviewed by both student and proctor. All proctors are to be approved through the Distance Learning office. Allow 24 to 48 hours for your request to be processed.
This form must be submitted every semester, however, if a proctor changes during the semester, notify our office and submit an updated form immediately.
If exams are to be taken exams at Wes Watkins Center or OSU Tulsa, it is not necessary to provide a proctor form. It is necessary to notify the Distance Learning office of the location.
Student Information Form
This form is for Distance Learning information only. It will not be issued to other departments or organization. This form is required for mailing course materials, preferred email address, business address, phone and proctor information. A student’s OSU email address is the primary mode of university communication however, updated student information is necessary in order to service each student accurately.
Students must submit this form at the beginning of every semester. If information changes during the semester, notify the distance learning office.
- Review course offerings and schedule an appointment with your advisor
- Log in to SIS with O-key user id and password
- Check for and clear any enrollment holds
- Submit the Distance Learning Proctor Agreement Form, if proctor is required
- Submit the online Student Information Form
- Enroll in your course(s) through SIS.
- Verify course enrollment via SIS
Confused or still have questions? Contact our office at firstname.lastname@example.org or (405) 744-4048.
Course Procedures and Materials
Once enrollment has been completed, course materials and lectures will be located on a course management system, Desire2Learn. Courses are active one week prior to their start date.