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IOWA & OSAGE --Pay $2000 towarrd college.

The NATIVE TRIBUIAL will pay for books and fees for all Native Americans. It will also pay for the ACT.




I have WONDERFUL news to share with you!  Redlands has updated their assessment policy!!!  All of the ACT/SAT requirements to be placed into courses are no longer a top priority as we will also be using high school GPA!  Even better, we will only be requiring 2 years of high school GPA in the subject area.  See below for the breakdown and please let me know if you have any questions! J This goes into effect for Summer 2023 courses!



  1. Admission Requirement (Must meet one requirement below):
    1. 3.0 Cumulative High School GPA OR;
    2. 19 ACT/Pre-ACT Composite OR;
    3. 990 SAT/PSAT Composite

                                                             i.      Admission is different than Eligibility.  We will admit students if they meet one of the requirements above.  If student does NOT meet at least one requirement above, then he/she will NOT be accepted to the college as that is a state regent policy.

                                                           ii.      After being admitted, we look at eligibility



  1. Eligibility Requirement (Must meet one requirement below):
    1. 19 ACT/Pre-ACT Subscore in Subject Area

                                                             i.      (i.e. 19 in English to take Comp I, 19 in Reading to take psych/soc/gov’t/history/etc., 19 in Math to take College Algebra, etc.) OR;


  1. 510 SAT/PSAT Subscore in Subject Area

                                                             i.      (i.e. 510 in Reading/Writing to take Comp I/Psych/Soc/Gov’t/History/Science/etc and 510 in Math to take College Algebra, etc.) OR;


  1. 3.0 High School GPA in Subject Area, with a minimum of 2 years in Subject Area

                                                             i.      (i.e. 3.0 High School GPA in High School English courses for two years to take Comp I, 3.0 High School GPA in High School Math courses for two years to take College Algebra, 3.0 High School GPA in High School English courses for two years to take reading courses such as psych/soc/gov’t/history/etc.) OR;


  1. Passed placement exam via Accuplacer

                                                             i.      (i.e. 216 in Math – AAF Accuplacer to take College Algebra, 250 in Writing Accuplacer to take Comp I, 245 in Reading Accuplacer to take psych/soc/gov’t/history/etc.)


1.      At the beginning of the semester, ALL concurrent students were provided with the attached document (labeled: “CONCURRENT PAYMENT OPTIONS”) which provides how to make a payment through various methods.  Within that attachment, you will see on the right hand side that it states when payments are due and how late fees are applied.

a.       My bursar has stated that if students/parents communicate with her and pay the fees, then she will remove any late fee attached to their bill for the fall semester or previous semesters.



2.      It seems that many parents/guardians are under the impression that concurrent classes are free.  This is not the case.  They are tuition-free.  The State of Oklahoma pays for 9 hours of tuition for juniors (3 – 3 credit hour courses) and 18 hours of tuition for seniors (6 – 3 credit hour courses) – there are only a select few high schools in the state that cover the cost of fees for students.


a.       This is the statement that both parent/guardian and student initial next to on their recommendation form before we will enroll the student:



Redlands Concurrent Enrollment Scholarships

This application is for current high school students wishing to enroll in concurrent classes at Redlands Community College. The deadline for these applications is January 23, 2023.

Concurrent Enrollment Scholarship | Redlands Community College (



Redlands Foundation Scholarships

This application is for high school graduates or current Redlands students wishing to apply for any of the Foundation scholarships. All applicants will be reviewed by the selection committee and matched with the funds they qualify for. The deadline for these applications is March 1, 2023.

Foundation Scholarship Application | Redlands Community College (



Redlands Nursing Program Scholarships

This application is only for students entering the nursing program at Redlands Community College. This deadline is May 31, 2023.

Nursing Scholarship Application | Redlands Community College (



If you have any questions or need further assistance, please feel free to contact our RCC Foundation Director, Tara Douglas, at, 405-422-1271, or myself at the information listed below. We look forward to Have a great day!

Amy Woods
Administrative Assistant for Foundation and Agriculture Department
Redlands Community College
Office: 405-422-1437
1300 South Country Club Road
El Reno, OK 73036-5304


—Recommended Concurrent Courses

(College Algebra only for students taking Calculas or Physics)


***3 year Elementary Ed degree agreement with NWOSU (ENID CAMPUS)


Juniors can get 9 hours credit tuition waived.

Seniors can get 18 hours credit tuition waived.


NOC uses ACT, Pre-ACT, or Accuplasor Scores for concrrent students.

Students must have a ACT Score of 19. 

Reading 19 for Psycology or Sociology

Math 19 for any College Algebra

Science of 19 for Science Classes

Students can take the Risidual ACT for $18.

Students must sign the FERPA for Parents to be able to see anything.


Students can withdraw up to the week before Finals!!!! This is only NOC!!!


There are tutors availabe through OSU & NOC. You can use




qOklahoma State University



  As you are preparing for enrollment for the 2023 - 2024 year I would like to share an information sheet (attached) and an email below that you can send to your rising juniors and seniors and their parents about concurrent enrollment at OSU. 


Applications are open for summer and fall.  Enrollment begins on April 26th


Oklahoma resident seniors that participate in the Cowboy Concurrent Online courses receive both a tuition and fee waiver up to 18 hours of coursework. 


Please let me know when your concurrent information session is scheduled.  I would be happy to attend.


Have a great day!






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Applications are open for rising juniors and seniors to participate in Concurrent Coursework at Oklahoma State University during the summer and fall. 


Students may choose to apply with or without test scores. 


Concurrent Cowboys earn dual credit for their college courses, receiving credit on their college and high school transcripts.  Students can enroll in coursework online or on campus. 


Students interested in taking an online class during the summer should consider first the  Cowboy Concurrent Online program. 


Summer courses include:


  • ENGL 1113   Composition I
  • POLS 1113   American Government. 


Class work for the summer semester begins on June 12th.


Fall Courses in the Cowboy Concurrent Online program:


  • ENGL 1113   Composition I                                               
  • ENGL 1213   Composition II
  • HIST   1493   American History since 1865
  • POLS 1113   American Government. 
  • MATH 1513   College Algebra
  • SOC   1113   Introduction to Sociology
  • PSYC 1113   Introduction to Psychology
  • PHYS 1114   College Physics I
  • SPCH 2713   Introduction to Speech Communications


Class work for fall begins on August 21st.


Oklahoma high school seniors will receive a concurrent tuition waiver for up to 18 hours of coursework during the summer, fall and spring terms of their senior year.   There are multiple ways to take concurrent courses, and the price will vary depending on which type of course you choose. 


Course fees for Cowboy Concurrent Online courses are waived, so Oklahoma seniors receiving a concurrent tuition waiver may take those classes for ONLY the price of the books and course materials. 


Juniors and out of state students will pay a reduced amount for Cowboy Concurrent Online


Students that choose to take courses on the OSU main campus or an online course not associated with the Cowboy Concurrent online will incur fees, but seniors will still receive their tuition waiver (up to 18 hours).  Course costs on the OSU campus and online can vary depending on the home department of the class, so you please consult with your advisor regarding the potential costs associated with the course you plan on taking.


Students work with their high school counselors and their OSU advisor to select classes and create a plan for academic success. 


Visit for more information. 


Reach out to our office with any questions at or 405.744.1477


Go Pokes!


At Oklahoma State University, your students can study concurrently and earn college credits from a Big 12 university.

Students currently enrolled in an accredited high school and interested in earning college credit during their junior and/or senior years of high school, may apply as a concurrent student.

Students must have:

  • Minimum unweighted 3.0 GPA and be in the top 33.3 percent of their class OR
  • At least a 24/1160 ACT or SAT score OR
  • Pre-ACT or Pre-SAT scores of 24/1160

Students now have the option to apply to OSU without consideration of a test score. Students who select this option on the application will be considered for admission based on a full review of their high school transcript. Class rank is not required for test optional admission. This option also applies to home school, private, parochial or other non-public high schools which are not accredited by a recognized accrediting agency. 

We offer a variety of courses for students to get a head start on their college career, some of which may require prerequisites. Please note that there may be additional enrollment requirements on a course-by-course basis. Learn more about the concurrent application steps here

Do you have students interested in taking concurrent classes online? They should explore Cowboy Concurrent

Oklahoma seniors eligible for concurrent enrollment will not incur out-of-pocket costs for course tuition and fees. Eligible seniors receive a tuition waiver from the state and a scholarship from the OSU Foundation to cover fees. There is a one-time application fee required for admission to OSU.

Oklahoma juniors receive a reduced rate of $775 per course to take a Cowboy Concurrent Online course. Out-of-state high school students will pay $300 per credit hour, or $900 for a 3-credit hour course.

Want to learn more about concurrent at OSU? Check out our frequently asked questions page

We look forward to seeing your students soon! Go Pokes!

Redlands Community College

Class schedules (please be sure to check “Spring 2023” under “Advanced Search” to view those courses only) can be found here:


Information for Parents

They have implemented a monthly newsletter that is important for parents.  You can unsubscribe at any time.  This is a great one page informational newsletter for students as well!


Here is the link: