2022 Acceptance Rate

A total of 881 students have applied and 633 students have allowed to admit to Oakwood University (Acceptance rate: 71.85%). The yield, also known as enrollment rate, is 44.87 % where 284 students have finally enrolled out of 633 admitted students.
Oakwood acceptance rate is higher (easier to admit) compared to Private (not-for-profit), 4-Years Colleges in Alabama. Compared to similar schools in rankings such as Athens State University and Concordia College Alabama, its acceptance rate is average (the average acceptance rate of the schools is 66.70%).
Oakwood enrollment rate (yield) is higher (more admitted-students enrolled) compared to Private (not-for-profit), 4-Years Colleges in Alabama. Compared to similar schools in rankings, its yield is average (average yield is 18.72%).
*Data Source: 2021-2022 Tuition & Fees - National Center for Education Statistics (NCES). (Last update: June 2022)

How to Apply to Oakwood University

The following table summarizes the contact and directory information to apply Oakwood.
Financial Aidwww2.oakwood.edu/financial-aid/
Net Price Calculatorhttps://oakwood.studentaidcalculator.com/
Disability Servicewww2.oakwood.edu/life-at-oakwood/disability-support-services/

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Admission Requirements

The following table summarizes the admission requirement to apply to Oakwood University. The school requires 2 items to submit - Secondary school GPA and Secondary school record and 4 items are recommended to submit - Completion of college-preparatory program, Recommendations, Admission test scores, TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) and .
Admission Requirements for Applying to Oakwood University
Secondary school GPARequired
Secondary school rankNeither required nor recommended
Secondary school recordRequired
Completion of college-preparatory programRecommended
Formal demonstration of competenciesNeither required nor recommended
Admission test scoresRecommended
TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language)Recommended
Other Test (Wonderlic, WISC-III, etc.)Neither required nor recommended