OSU accepts transfer admission applications throughout the academic year, however, each term has different admissions deadlines, so be sure to check and submit all of your required documents before the deadline of the term you wish to apply. Also, remember that to be considered for certain institutional scholarships, you must submit your admission application and required supporting documents by a very specific time, so please do check all important deadlines.
Step 12: Are you ready to apply?
Learn more on how to apply as an undocumented student on our Undocumented Admissions website.
If you are, go directly to OSU’s admissions application for transfer students and complete a domestic student application.
Select “non-US Citizen” for citizenship status.
Use all nine’s (999999999) in the Social Security Number (SSN) section to complete the application (unless you have an assigned SSN through DACA).
Step 13: Are you eligible for Tuition Equity? (Step 8 should help you determine this)
Once you submit your admissions application for it to be complete and ready for review, you will be required to submit one of the two documents listed above.
Step 14: Submit all additional require/supporting documents to the office of admission
After you submit your admissions application, make sure you request official transcripts from your high school (used to verify completion of 2 years of a foreign language), and transcripts from every other institution you have attended. Also, do not forget to visit Credit Opportunities for more information on how to request transcripts for AP/IB/CLEP, etc.