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Opportunities here stretch as far as the eye can see. You'll get real experience to start your career off on the right track. And a big dose of Cowboy spirit in a community you'll be proud to call home.

Why OSU?

Academics & Research

  • Top 50 Public Universities in America (Niche.com, 2018).
  • Most Truman Scholars (for graduate study in public service) in Oklahoma.
  • Honors curriculum listed top 10 in the nation Willinghamm, 2018).
Academics Facts & Rankings

Affordability

  • Top 100 Best College Values Kiplingerr, 2017).
  • No. 76 (out of 4,000+) Best Public Schools for Scholarships GoodCalll, 2016).
  • Over 50% of OSU students graduate with zero student loan debt.
Affordability Facts & Rankings

Quality of Life

  • Largest comprehensive university student union in the world.
  • Students routinely log thousands of volunteer hours each year.
  • Located in America's friendliest college town.
Quality of Life Facts & Rankings

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Research that improves lives

and strengthens communities
Research at OSU, a Carnegie R1 research university, is relevant, accessible and beneficial — whether it’s exploring basic scientific questions or applied concepts that directly impact lives. OSU is listed in Carnegie Classifications of Institutions’ top tier for research universities.

A landmark year at Oklahoma State University

Led by President Kayse Shrum
Since taking office in July 2021, Dr. Shrum has forged a new chapter for OSU — boldly facing challenges like conference realignment while also positioning the university for future success by embarking on a strategic planning process and launching key initiatives and partnerships. Together, the Cowboy family achieved remarkable milestones during Dr. Shrum’s inaugural year.
The Cowboy family is invited to celebrate the future of OSU and commemorate the historic first year of Dr. Shrum’s transformative presidency at the State of Orange Inauguration Celebration.

State Magazine: Spring 2022

Vol. 17, No. 3 features historic donations and incredible alumni
STATE magazine covers current research, campus events, alumni achievements and historic moments from OSU’s proud history. The Spring 2022 issue highlights donations to create the Hamm Institute for American Energy, the Ray and Linda Booker Flight Center and the N. Malone Mitchell Jr. Soils Lab. It also catches up with alumni who are creating their own scholarships for underserved communities in nutrition, running the PGA Championship and winning national awards in landscape architecture.

Freeman named interim vice provost and dean of the College of Professional Studies at OSU-Tulsa Freeman named interim vice provost and dean of the College of Professional Studies at OSU-Tulsa Aug 9

Oklahoma State University-Tulsa has named Craig Freeman interim vice provost and dean of the OSU College of Professional Studies. Freeman currently serves as assistant dean and senior inclusion officer in the College of Arts and Sciences and director of the School of Media and Strategic Communications on the Stillwater campus.

Poor hay crop requires a sustainable winter plan Poor hay crop requires a sustainable winter plan Aug 9

With low hay yields this year, a shortage of forage will force some ranchers to reduce their cattle herd numbers.

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