Eastern Statesman

Student newspaper of Eastern Oklahoma State College

By JAYCEE HAMPTON, Staff Writer

With the Spring 2021 semester coming to an end, it is important to start thinking about next school year. Enrollment opened April 13, but it is not too late to contact the admissions office or your advisor to enroll.

Summer courses begin June 1 and last through the end of July. This is an opportunity for new and current students to get a little ahead on their graduation plan. Courses are offered in person in Wilburton, McAlester, Idabel and Antlers. Of course, one of the most popular formats for summer classes is online. There are several summer courses offered online as well.

Courses for the fall begin Aug. 9. Again, face to face classes are offered at all of Eastern’s campuses, as well as, online. Besides the traditional 16-week format, Eastern has added a number of 8-week courses offered in two separate sessions.

New students who have not applied for admission can go to EOSC.edu and under admissions you can begin an online application. You can contact one of these locations for help with admission, or email admissions@eosc.edu.

  • Wilburton: Enrollment Center at 918.465.1771
  • McAlester: Kelly Bogard at kbogard@eosc.edu or 918.302.3607 
  • Idabel: Julie Jefferson at jjefferson2@eosc.edu or 580.376.5223
  • Antlers: Nicole Faber at nfaber@eosc.edu or 580.271.0471
  • Nursing Students: Mandy Roachell at mroachell@eosc.edu or 918.465.1794

You will need an Online Application for Admission, High School Transcript, Test Scores – ACT, SAT or Accuplacer *, Official College Transcript (if applicable), and Immunization Records.

Enrollment is always open up until classes begin. However, it is a much better option to plan ahead and get your schedule together ahead of time.

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