Contact Southeastern Reach Higher
Southeastern Oklahoma State University was established in 1909 as a normal school to educate teachers for Oklahoma’s public schools, and since then, the university has added disciplines to become a comprehensive regional university. The university offers undergraduate and graduate degree programs through the School of Arts and Sciences, John Massey School of Business, School of Education and Behavioral Sciences, and School of Graduate and University Studies. Diverse program offerings include teacher education, aviation, and occupational safety and health, to name just a few. The university has a long and successful history of providing higher education opportunities for Native American students. Southeastern’s service area covers significant parts of the Choctaw and Chickasaw nations, and the university partners with the tribes to provide specialized services for all Native American students. Southeastern is among the nation’s leaders in producing Native American graduates. In recent years, the university has benefited from a tremendous upgrade in its physical facilities, with the construction of a new student union, a new residence hall, a new arena, a new theatre building, new tennis court complexes and a renovated football stadium. A new general classroom building opened in 2010.
Have at least 72 credit hours?
Reach Higher – Oklahoma’s degree completion program – offers a Bachelor of Science in organizational leadership degree designed for working adults who have already earned at least 72 hours of college credit and want to finish a bachelor’s degree.
Other requirements are that a student be at least 21 years old, have a minimum 2.0 GPA from previous college credits and have completed general education requirements as defined by the university the student plans to attend.
- Free to apply. You will never be asked to provide
a credit card number or other form of payment for an application fee.
- Oklahoma's flexible, affordable
degree completion program.
- For working adults who want
to finish their college degree
from a state university.
- Your second chance to finish
your degree - while you keep
your normal routine, maintain
your normal work hours and
still have time for your family.