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Oklahoma State University

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Ranked No. 1 for both Best Value and Best Academics in Oklahoma (Niche, 2024), OSU is a place that’s big on opportunity and making a difference. There are countless reasons to join the Cowboy family, and we can't wait to welcome you to campus so you can make meaningful connections and build your future.

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At OSU, we are motivated by a relentless drive to discover innovative solutions and create connection — all while building a better future for all. Engage with Cowboys everywhere and explore our lively and welcoming campus environment by following us on social media.

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Celebrate the Class of 2024
Join the Cowboy family for a memorable day filled with joy, pride and endless possibilities as we send the Class of 2024 off into their future. We are excited to welcome all to attend our undergraduate ceremonies. No tickets are required and there are no restrictions on the number of guests. Find more information below, including parking and the full commencement schedule.

An Orange Age of Aerospace

The Oklahoma Aerospace Institute for Research and Education is a global leader in the aerospace industry. It serves as a testing ground for cutting-edge technology, forging a path toward a dynamic future in innovation. Driven by visionary engineers and researchers, this institute propels us into not only a golden age of aerospace exploration, but an orange one.

Student Spotlight: Mia Feehan Student Spotlight: Mia Feehan May 17

Class of ’24 Oklahoma State University-Tulsa graduate Mia Feehan is not one to shy away from a good opportunity. She’s the first OSU-Tulsa Honors Award graduate with a 4.0 GPA, an Outstanding Senior in the College of Education and Human Sciences and a decorated member of several student organizations – all while holding down a job. But if you told her she would accomplish all of that back in her first year at Tulsa Community College, she might not believe you.

Historic inaugural class graduates from OSU College of Osteopathic Medicine at the Cherokee Nation Historic inaugural class graduates from OSU College of Osteopathic Medicine at the Cherokee Nation May 17

Oklahoma State University College of Osteopathic Medicine at the Cherokee Nation celebrated a monumental achievement on May 16 as its inaugural class of 46 medical students graduated from the country’s first tribally affiliated medical school.



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