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Expanding the Cowboy family

Opportunity Orange Scholars is a comprehensive transition program for young adults between the ages of 18 and 26 with intellectual disability and do not meet OSU’s degree-seeking admission criteria. Students admitted into the Opportunity Orange Scholars program can pursue a two-year, non-degree academic certificate in Career and Community Studies. Students will be fully immersed in the OSU experience, as they live and learn on campus. Opportunity Orange Scholars is designated by the U.S. Department of Education as a comprehensive transition and postsecondary education program.

Enriching the OSU community

by building on our land-grant mission and commitment to inclusion
Opportunity Orange Scholars enriches the OSU community and enhance the lives of students with intellectual disability by promoting lifelong learning and advancing knowledge and skills necessary for competitive employment and interdependent living. The program provides a college path for students who currently have no option of attending college in Oklahoma due to a lack of programs available to meet their support needs.

Our Partners

Thank you to all of our Funding Partners!
The support of many internal and external stakeholders is crucial to the ongoing success and growth of Opportunity Orange Scholars. We are so grateful to the agencies and organizations that provide funding to Opportunity Orange Scholars.

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