Thank you for considering East Central University Online. We aim to make your transfer process easy and your education as affordable as possible so you can focus on what matters.
Continue Your Education Online as an ECU Tiger
Find out what transfers.
Transferring from a community college or four-year university can seem a daunting task. But we strive to make this a smooth process for you. You can:
- Use our Transfer Matrix tool to get an idea of how your credits will transfer.
- Connect directly with a personal enrollment counselor who can review previous credits and give you a full picture of what you can expect from your transfer experience.
Transferring from a Community College?
ECU has articulation agreements with a number of regional community colleges. If you’re transferring from one of the colleges below, applying credits from courses or an associate degree to a bachelor’s program is nearly seamless.
- Eastern Oklahoma State College
- Murray State College
- Oklahoma City Community College
- Rose State College
- Seminole State College
$1,000 Tuition Waiver for Transfer Students
If you earned an associate degree from an accredited Oklahoma college, you may be eligible for a tuition waiver providing $1,000 per semester (up to four semesters) when you transfer to ECU. See if you qualify for our transfer student waiver.Request Information
How to Transfer Credits
Transferring to a bachelor’s program is easy.
- Find your online application here and get started — you can save the form and return to it as needed
- Send us your transfer credits via your college transcripts
Each program has admission requirements, so you may also need additional materials depending on your chosen program and how many credits you have.
Transfer students need to have:
- 24 college credit hours
- A retention grade-point average of 2.0 or higher
Students with fewer credit hours will be required to submit their high school transcript and ACT or SAT scores. These applicants will be assessed using freshman admission criteria.Apply Now
To receive an information packet that details our online programs, please complete the form below.
Look Into Scholarships
We strive to make your out-of-pocket costs as low as possible. Our scholarship page outlines a number of scholarships available from ECU based on the course of study or through our foundation, civic clubs, local communities and more.Explore Scholarship Options
Make sure you’ve explored all the ways to pay for your education. Find information on grants, direct loans, federal aid, and FAFSA here.
A Note on Curricular Deficiencies
You must meet the basic academic curricular requirements for admission to baccalaureate programs. In order to satisfy these requirements, you must have completed and passed college-level courses including one English course, one science course with lab, one math course, a U.S. government course and two history or economics courses.
If you have not satisfied these requirements at the post-secondary level, your high school transcript may be used to ensure that you have met all basic academic requirements (see freshman admission for eligibility). Your ACT scores may also be used to remediate curricular deficiencies. Subscores of 19 or above demonstrate proficiency in that subject area. If you do not satisfy the basic academic curricular requirements you will be required to remediate curricular deficiencies and will be instructed on how to do so.