Where do I find my OSU acceptance letter?
Log in to my.okstate.edu with your O-Key account to accept your award(s). Your application for admission is also your application for scholarships. If you’re eligible for scholarships or financial aid, you’ll receive an award letter in your OSU email account.
How does Ohio State notify acceptance?
Within five days of applying, you will receive an email from Ohio State acknowledging receipt of your application that includes your OSU ID and Ohio State username (lastname. If you have problems activating, contact our IT Service Desk at 614-688-4357 or [email protected]
What time do OSU decisions come out?
February 1: Regular decision. February 1 by midnight (EST) is the final date by which we must receive your complete application. You’ll get an admission decision by the end of March.
How long does it take for Ohio State to send acceptance letters?
Those who apply by Nov. 1 will get a decision no later than Jan. 31. That means more time for you to make a decision.
How do I pay my OSU acceptance fee online?
To pay your acceptance fee, or decline the offer of admission. Follow the directions on your Acceptance Fee Statement, which is emailed to you within three days of admission to Ohio State. You can also pay the fee through your Applicant Center.
How long does it take to hear back from Ohio University?
Please allow 7-10 business days to receive your application acknowledgement letter.
Does Ohio University require letters of recommendation?
Ohio University does not require but will accept letters of recommendation, essays, resumes, extracurricular activity lists, samples of work/portfolios, or other materials that add to the information in the application.
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Does Ohio State require letters of recommendation?
Letters of recommendation We’ll ask you to provide names and contact information for three references on the online application. The three people should be acquainted with your academic program, scholastic ability or professional performance. Ohio State doesn’t accept letters of reference submitted from third parties.