A summer of opportunities at NSU-Broken Arrow


Summer has made its way to Northeastern State University-Broken Arrow, and with it a full slate of classes and activities for students of all ages.

There are now more opportunities than ever before for students to get connected to NSU no matter where they are on their educational journey.

Make the most of your summer vacation by participating in a new activity or planning the next step of your education.

NSU-Broken Arrow will host a variety of summer programs for students K-12 this summer. Students can engage in hands-on learning in areas that suit their interests.

The Kinesiology Summer Camp is an exciting new opportunity that will take place July 24-25 right here at the NSU-BA campus. Participants will have the chance to attend interactive workshops on topics related to kinesiology including nutrition, biomechanics, strength and conditioning, sports injury care and prevention and rehabilitation science.

There are still opportunities to apply for summer and fall classes at NSU. The last block of 4-week summer courses kicks off on July 3 and fall classes begin on Aug. 14.

If you’ve been considering returning to college or finding a new institution that is right for you, now is the perfect time to explore transfer admission options at NSU.

NSU has an entire team dedicated to the success of transfer students.

Transfer Student Services staff facilitate each student's transition to Northeastern by offering prospective students with an unofficial transcript evaluation, information on degree programs and policies and connecting them to academic and support services on campus.

Through the Smart Choice program, students can apply select associate degrees from Carl Albert State College, Connors State College, Eastern Oklahoma State College, Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College or Tulsa Community College directly to complete a bachelor’s degree at NSU. By working with advisors at both institutions, students ensure they are making the most of their time and money by taking courses that will help them complete their degrees. This program allows for a smooth transfer to NSU.

And, don’t forget, it’s not too early for high school students in Broken Arrow and the surrounding community to start thinking about getting a head start on their college career.

Through the concurrent enrollment program juniors and seniors who meet admission and course placement requirements are able to earn college credit from NSU while they are still in high school.

Twelfth grade students who meet eligibility criteria are can receive a tuition waiver of up to 18 hours during their senior year and eleventh grade students who meet eligibility criteria are can receive a tuition waiver of up to 9 hours during their junior year. Students are only responsible for the cost of fees and books.

Online concurrent classes allow students to complete assignments on a more flexible schedule. These online course opportunities also allow students from across Broken Arrow and the state to take advantage of the same high-quality NSU courses without even leaving home.

Don’t wait to make a plan on how you can start your college education before high school graduation.

NSU-Broken Arrow is ready to help you take the next step in your education this summer. To learn more, visit Go2NSU.com.

We hope to see you soon!

Dan Mabery, Vice President of University Relations

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