Community colleges are local public schools which provide a great first step towards a full four year college bachelor's degree. Community college programs are traditionally two years in length at which time you are awarded an associate's degree. These Oklahoma schools are usually affordable and have open admission policies. If you have a high school degree or GED you can usually get into your local Oklahoma community college regardless of your GPA and without taking any SAT or ACT tests.
There are 12 Community colleges in Oklahoma on our list. Explore the schools below to get an idea if any are a match for you.
|Carl Albert State College||Poteau, Oklahoma|
|Connors State College||Warner, Oklahoma|
|Eastern Oklahoma State College||Wilburton, Oklahoma|
|Murray State College||Tishomingo, Oklahoma|
|Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College||Miami, Oklahoma|
|Northern Oklahoma College||Tonkawa, Oklahoma|
|Oklahoma City Community College||Oklahoma City, Oklahoma|
|Redlands Community College||El Reno, Oklahoma|
|Rose State College||Midwest City, Oklahoma|
|Seminole State College||Seminole, Oklahoma|
|Tulsa Community College||Tulsa, Oklahoma|
|Western Oklahoma State College||Altus, Oklahoma|