- How do I order my textbooks?
- How do I enroll at another university?
- How do I take care of my financial aid when I’m enrolled at two or three universities?
- How do I take care of my financial aid when I’m enrolled only at another university?
- How can I avoid receiving a penalty when I don’t receive my financial aid disbursement in time to avoid the late penalty at another university?
- How do I find out the contact information for my professor at another university before the class begins?
- What are core classes?
- What are institution-focused classes?
- Are there any electives in this degree?
- Is there a certain order in which I should take my core classes?
- Are institution-focused area courses required?
- Who can help me understand how to use the various online platforms and why doesn’t everyone use Blackboard?
East Central: 580.332.6347
3. How do I take care of my financial aid when I’m enrolled at two or three universities?
You need to complete a consortium agreement with your home institution and the institution offering the course. Once you enroll at a university offering a course, you immediately have an outstanding balance at that institution. If you are enrolled at more than one institution, you must pay each institution separately. You should contact the financial aid office at each university where you are enrolled by calling:
East Central: 580.559.5242
Langston: 405. 466-3282
Northeastern: 918.444.3402 or 800.722.9614
Rogers: 918.343.7553 or 800.256.7511
5. How can I avoid receiving a penalty when I don’t receive my financial aid disbursement in time to avoid the late penalty at another university?
You must make arrangements with the business office at the offering institution(s) where you are enrolled before payments are due. Business office telephone numbers are:
East Central: 580.559.5216
6. How do I find out the contact information for my professor at another university before the class begins?
Contact information for each professor in the Reach Higher bachelor's degree program is available under “Meet the Faculty” on the menu to the left.
7. What are core classes?
Core classes are the ORGL classes offered through the BS/ORGL program. You must complete 27-30 hours of the core classes. (Some people refer to the “core” classes as the “major” classes.) You can review a complete list of courses and descriptions under “Courses to Take > Descriptions” at the menu on the left.
8. What are institution-focused classes?
“Institution-focused” classes are those classes chosen by your home institution to be a “focus of study” for your ORGL degree. You must complete 12–15 hours of institution-focused classes. These classes vary from institution to institution.
10. Is there a certain order in which I should take my core classes?
The first required course is ORGL 3113, Foundations of Organizational Leadership. The last required course is ORGL 4553, Capstone. The remaining ORGL classes can be taken in any order. It is recommended that a student not take more than one class when completing ORGL 3333 Data Analysis or ORGL 3443 Survey of Fiscal Management.
12. Who can help me understand how to use the various online platforms and why doesn’t everyone use Blackboard?
Unfortunately, not every school has the same student learning system. If you are visiting from another school that utilizes a different system and are experiencing difficulties, you should contact the institution's computing help staff at:
East Central: 580.559.5884
Langston: 405.466.3215 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Northeastern: 918.444.5678 or email@example.com
Northwestern: Jake Boedecker, 580.327.8180 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Rogers: 918.343.7538 or email@example.com
Southeastern: 580.745.3081 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Southwestern: 580.774.7070 or email@example.com
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