All admitted students must confirm their offer of admission. An e-mail will be sent by the OUHSC Office of Admissions & Records with instructions. Please contact Ms. Debbie Shell if you did not receive your email.
Confirm new HSC Email Account:
After you confirm your admission (see #1 above), the OUHSC IT department will email you information to set this up. Please allow 1-2 weeks for your account to be set-up.
Contact the OUHSC IT Service Desk if you need assistance with your account set-up.
The below listed items are required for all new students. Most items have an July 1, 2016 deadline. Failure to meet the below requirements may prevent enrollment in nursing courses or participation in clinical rotations.
- Drug Screen Forms: See Sandra Wardell at the CON Lawton main office. Call 580-591-8014 for hours and directions.
- Take the Drug Screen Form to the designated Allied Labs facility no later than July 1, 2016
- Drug Screen results are sent automatically to the CON Lawton campus.
If one or both waivers applies to you, submit by July 1 with Health Form documentation
- HepB Waiver - Only complete if you do not have proof of 3 HepB vaccinations or 1 Positive HebB titer
- Childhood Tetanus Waiver - Only complete if you do not have proof of childhood DPT's.
Order Textbooks (check website for updates)
Textbooks are needed for the first day of classes. Students may purchase e-books or print books.
Submit any remaining official transcripts to Laci Jehl at the Lawton campus at orientation or prior to enrollment. Students will not be enrolled and financial aid will not be disbursed until final transcripts are received.
Official transcripts can also be mailed to:
OUHSC Office of Admissions & Records
PO Box 26901, BSEB 200
Oklahoma City, OK 73126
Important information about computer requirements: The privacy and security of the protected health information (PHI) governed by federal HIPAA law and monitored by the Office of Civil Rights (OCR), is of critical importance to the entire OU Health Sciences Center community. As a result, new, incoming students will be provided with a University-owned, secure, and protected laptop computer that must be used for all university related activities, including academic course work, classroom notes, HSC email, and clinical or research activities. Use of personal computers to conduct University business will not be allowed. Students can choose MAC or Windows platform. Additional details on the HSC Student Laptop Program, and steps you must take to ensure you receive your assigned laptop computer, will be provided to you using your HSC email account.
2017 IT Orientation Presentation