Certain courses delivered via inter-active television (ITV) will be captured at the request of the Instructor and made available for playback. Videos are typically posted the following day and are subject to change. Students must still attend courses in compliance with the course attendance policy. High-speed internet connection required. Students using dial-up internet connections are encouraged to view the videos via an open lab on the NEO campus (Miami or Grove) Check lab hours of operation for availability.
All videos are posted in Windows Media file format (wmv) and require Windows Media Player for viewing.
Do you have a busy schedule? Are you a night owl? Do you want to take classes but your schedule won't allow you to attend traditional classes? Do you want to learn? If so, then distance education might be for you. NEO offers courses via the internet, ITV, and hybrid modalities that might just fit your life's schedule.
1. First, you need to determine if online classes are for you.
2. Review the schedule of online courses
3. Apply for admission. All students, on-site or online, must be admitted initially to the college before enrolling in any course. The Admissions Office will be happy to help you through this process
4. Contact an Advisor.
5. Review all your financial aid options to see if funding is available to you. You should visit the financial aid office for assistance with this.
6. Make your payment. Electronic payment option available. Students must know their Student ID (obtained from thier advisor or located on their schedule)
7. Get your books. Contact the bookstore for all your text books and NEO gear needs.
8. Access your Online Class. Be sure to make contact with your instructor via email upon your initial log in.
To enroll for summer courses, visit the NEO Admissions Office on the first floor of the Library Administration Building.
If you have not applied for admission to NEO, you will need to do so before taking summer courses. Admission to NEO is open to high school graduates or to any person whose high school class has graduated. An application may be submitted the following ways:
1. Apply on-line
The link above leads to a secure site. All information obtained on subsequent pages will be collected for use only by Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College within the Oklahoma State University System.
2. Apply on paper (pdf file, requires Adobe Reader)
Click here to complete the application in pdf file format and fax or mail it to the Office of Admissions
3. In person by obtaining an application from the Admissions Office
If you are a first-time freshman:
All students seeking admission must complete an application for admission, submit a high school transcript (seven semester minimum) or a copy of a GED certificate, ACT scores and immunization records (hepatitis B & MMR vaccinations). The final, official transcript must include the graduation date and be submitted to the Office of Admissions. Students 20 years of age or younger (high school graduate or non-graduate) must submit ACT scores and additional testing may be required. Students 21 years of age or older (high school graduate or non-graduate) without ACT scores will be required to take placement tests or may voluntarily do remediation courses.
If you are a re-admission student:
A student who has attended NEO but was not enrolled during the previous semester must complete a new application.
If you are a transfer students:
Transfer students must complete an application for admission, submit official transcripts from ALL colleges attend and immunization records (hepatitis B & MMR vaccinations). If 24 or more hours have been earned, an official high school transcript and ACT scores are not required. If a student is transferring from an Oklahoma college/university and has attended since 2005 *immunization records are not required.