Future Student Links

So, you want to become a member of the Golden Norse? Not sure what you need to do? Well, This page will take you through the steps you will likely need to become a student at Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College (NEO).

1. Tour theCampus
Visit our beautiful campus and check out the affordable tuition. Be sure to check out the dorms, cafeteria, and other areas of interest. Contact the Recruitment Office for arrangements. The Recruitment Office is located in room 106 of Copen Hall.

2. ApplyforAdmission
Complete the application for admission. You can do this online, or by printing the application (pdf file) and mailing it to the Admissions OfficeSee if you are eligible for any waivers. Submit your ACT Scores (if under the age of 21). If you have questions about the ACT or any other test, you should contact the Testing Center at 918.540.6136. When your application is complete, you will be notified by the Admissions Office.

3. Get Enrolled
Contact the Admissions Office and initiate the enrollment process. The Admissions Office is located in the Library / Administration building. You will need to select a major and be assigned an advisor. The Admissions Office can help you do this and, depending on your ACT scores, so can the Center for Academic Success & Advising(CASA). CASA  is located in the basement of the Fine Arts Building.
4. Get Money
Determine if you are eligible for Financial Aid. The Office of Financial Aid is located in room 211 in the Library / Administration Building. Many of the required forms are available online. 

5. Make Payment
Go to the Business Office, located in the Library / Administration Building, room 103 to make arrangements for payments and fees., or pay online.

Contact the Recruitment Office

Office Address: 200 I St. N.E. Copen Hall Miami OK 74354                                                   Office Phone: 918-540-6291       
Office Fax: 918-540-6470                                                                                 Email address: neorecruitment@neo.edu