Next Steps After Admission

Congratulations on your admission to Connors State College! We’re here to help you with the next steps to becoming a Cowboy!

If you’re a student attending the Warner campus, continue below for information about your next steps. If you’re an Online or Port Campus student, contact your admissions counselor for assistance with your next steps.

1. Create your c-key account

Your c-key username and access code were provided to you on the email you received notifying you of your acceptance. Go to connorsstate.edu to activate and manage your account. If you forgot your username or password, go to connorsstate.edu and follow the steps to obtain your username or reset your password. If you are locked out of your account or cannot login for any other reason, contact CSC IT at (405)744-4357. Your c-key credentials will allow you to access any student portal. You will use this account throughout your time as a student at Connors State. Make sure to keep up with your password and follow the prompt to reset your password every three months. Account Activation: Your c-key username and an activation code was provided in your admission email. To get started, visit connorsstate.edu and select Set-Up Account. If needed, your admission email can be resent to you by contacting Advising.

2. Check your CSC email at least once a week

It is important to check your CSC email frequently as all other departments on campus will contact you through your CSC email. This will help you stay informed about financial aid, scholarships, events, important reminders, and more. Go to cowboymail.okstate.edu to log in with your c-key credentials. If you are unsure of your email address, you can find it at connorsstate.edu. If you have additional questions, contact CSC IT at (405)744-4357.

3. Apply for Financial Aid & Scholarships

Connors State College scholarships are due March 1st of every year. Already past the deadline? It is always a good idea to still apply! Make sure and apply for FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) as soon as possible! Having trouble with an applications or financial aid questions? Reach out to our wonderful financial aid team cscfinaid@connorsstate.edu.

4. Register for SPUR

Whether you’re a recent high school graduate, a transfer student, or a working adult looking to further your education, SPUR will help you on your academic journey at Connors State College! This is the Connors State version of college orientation. On this day you will be able to learn about the diverse degree programs, meet some faculty and staff that will help you on this journey, and ask any questions you have! During the event, you will meet with a Student Success Coach to discuss your goals and register for courses. You’ll even have a chance to meet current students and learn about their experiences. You will also be able to take a tour of campus as well and get familiarized.

5. Apply for on-campus housing

Connors State College offers on-campus housing and it is required for those that are would be commuting 50 miles or greater to campus. When you apply, make sure that the term you are applying for is the correct term that you are wanting to start living on campus. Having trouble with your application? Reach out to our housing team at connorshousing@connorsstate.edu.

6. View and accept your scholarships & financial aid

Receiving Financial Aid or Scholarships? Make sure to accept all of your aid offers. If you have any questions, or need help, reach out to our Financial Aid team by emailing at cscfinaid@connorsstate.edu.

7. Submit your final transcript

Before you can start classes at CSC, we need your final high school transcript with an updated graduation date. Once available, have your final transcript delivered to our Admissions Office in Gatlin Hall. If you are sending your transcript electronically, please send them to cscadmissions@connorsstate.edu. For any questions, contact cscadvising@connorsstate.edu.

8. Enroll & check your registration holds

Schedule a meeting with a Student Success Coach to enroll in classes and learn about any holds you may have. To schedule a meeting with your Coach, visit www.connorsstate.edu/rars/.

If you have questions, feel free to contact your admissions counselor.