Summer College General Information
Summer College is a 6-week, residential, simulated college experience on the campus of Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology (OSUIT) in Okmulgee, Oklahoma. Students arrive on Monday at 11:00 a.m. and go home after lunch on Friday.
Transportation for students living in Adair, Cherokee, Muskogee and Sequoyah counties is provided by QuESTT. Students living in Okmulgee County are responsible for their own transportation to the OSUIT campus.
All students reside in the dorm and attend classes from 9:20 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Mandatory dorm study time is from 6:00 - 7:00 p.m. Students are supervised by QuESTT staff 24 hours a day.
2022 Summer College Information
Concurrent Enrollment for Summer College
Concurrent Class for Summer College 2022: SPEECH 1113
The Oklahoma Regents for Higher Education establish concurrent enrollment criteria for high school students. The following criteria is for 2020-21 school-year freshmen, sophomores, or juniors AND who have:
ACT Criteria: a minimum composite score of 19 PreACT/ACT OR a 3.0 GPA on a 4.0 scale, AND a Reading sub-test score of at least 19.
SAT Criteria: a minimum composite score of 980 PSAT/SAT OR a 3.0 GPA on a 4.0 scale, AND a Reading sub-test score of at least 480.
The December ACT or the December SAT are the final testing dates to qualify for Summer College.
NOTE: Some school districts may require students to meet additional criteria for concurrent enrollment. Be sure to check with your high school counselor for any additional requirements.
Educational Field Trip Criteria for Attendance
The Educational Field Trip (EFT), which takes place during the final week of the Summer College program, is for graduated seniors (those entering college in the fall) and concurrent enrollment students who qualify to be placed in a college course. The following requirements must be fulfilled in order to attend.
Graduated Seniors Must:
Concurrently Enrolled Students Must:
*Students may be excused from attending a Saturday Field Trip only if they can show proof of involvement in one of the following: