The Admissions Office is located in the Administration Building, Room 110. The Admissions Officer is available for walk-ins Monday – Friday 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. and 1:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. The Admissions Office assists prospective and returning students with their admission process.
Admissions staff welcomes you to come by the office on your initial visit to find out more about the college and pick up an application packet. You can also apply online here! Once your application has been received, the Admissions office will contact you. We look forward to having you here and are happy to answer any questions you have!
Admittance to the College of the muscogee Nation
Students entering degree programs at the College of the Muscogee Nation must demonstrate ability to take College level courses. Students must have:
- Prospective students are also expected to have met certain high school criteria before enrolling in a college or university in Oklahoma, including College of the Muscogee Nation. Those criteria include 15 units of high school course work:
- • Four units of English
- • Three units of Mathematics
- • Three units of Laboratory Science
- • Three units of History and Citizenship Skills
- • Two additional units of foreign language; computer science; or courses that fit into one of above categories
What if I did not graduate high school?
If you are a non-high school graduate, you are still eligible to enroll at CMN. However, this may have an impact on your financial aid. Speak with our FA Coordinator for more information.
If you are a GED graduate, you will need to provide an official transcript of your GED scores.
What is the COMPASS placement test?
This is a self-paced computerized assessment of your reading, math, and English skills. The COMPASS assessment can be taken on-campus weekdays between 8:00 am and 5:00 pm. Off-campus testing may be arranged by contacting testing centers in your area to see if they offer the testing, please be aware however, that you may have to pay a fee to test at another facility.
Do I have to take the COMPASS placement test?
You may be required to take the COMPASS assessment for subject sub-scores below 19 on the ACT.
Are there any resources to help me study for the COMPASS placement test?
Yes, the ACT website offers resources for students preparing to take the test. http://www.act.org/products/higher-education-act-compass/
Will my previous college coursework transfer to CMN?
Transfer students will need to work with the Registrar’s office to determine if any transfer credits apply.