If you would like to receive a packet of information about College of the Ozarks please click on the Request Information link below.
If you would like to apply for admission to College of the Ozarks, please click on the Apply Online link below, then choose the application that best fits your situation.
Before submitting a request or an application, please verify that the email address you entered is correct.  An application key and/or a login will be emailed to you at the address you enter.  If you enter an incorrect email address we will not try to contact you to obtain the correct address.  If you do not hear from us after submitting a request or an application please contact the Admissions office.

First Time Student

A first-time student is a high-school senior, or a high school graduate who has never attended a college or university since graduation from high school or since earning a G.E.D.
Please click the link below to begin filling out this application

Transfer Student Application

A transfer student in this category is a high school graduate or has a G.E.D., and who have completed a minimum of 12 college credits with a 3.0 grade point average after high school graduation from an accredited college or university.
Please click the link below to begin filling out this application.

Former Students

A former student is someone who was previously enrolled at College of the Ozarks (this does not include high school seniors who have taken dual enrollment courses at the College).
Please click the link below to begin filling out this application.

International Students

The College considers applications from international students.  Because the College was founded to serve students from the Ozarks region, openings for international students are limited.  There are approximately 3 - 6 vacancies for international students each year.  A student who is not a United States citizen or a permanent resident alien is considered an international student.
Please click the link below to begin filling out this application.

Because the College focuses on providing educational opportunities for students who have not yet experienced post-secondary education, applicants who possess a bachelor’s degree (or higher) are ineligible for admission to the College.