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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 (Willingham, 2018).
Academics Facts & Rankings

Affordability

  • Top 100 Best College Values (Kiplinger, 2017).
  • No. 76 (out of 4,000+) Best Public Schools for Scholarships (GoodCall, 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
OSU’s research — whether it’s exploring basic scientific questions or applied concepts that directly impact lives — is relevant, accessible and beneficial. OSU is listed in Carnegie Classifications of Institutions’ top tier for research universities.

Celebrating the Class
of 2020

COVID-19 forced OSU to postpone spring graduation ceremonies to December, but that didn’t prevent the university from celebrating the class of 2020. In a celebration hosted Friday evening via OStateTV, OSU acknowledged the extraordinary achievement of its degree candidates in an extraordinary time.

Feeding the World from OSU

The lead gift for OSU’s New Frontiers campaign was born out of an alumni couple’s desire to empower OSU agriculture to feed the world. Learn about Larry and Kayleen Ferguson's transformational gift and more in the latest edition of STATE magazine.

Dr. Ford Versypt's lab works with international coalition to understand the novel coronavirus Dr. Ford Versypt's lab works with international coalition to understand the novel coronavirus May 13

Dr. Ashlee Ford Versypt, assistant professor in the College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology’s School of Chemical Engineering, and her team are working as part of a coalition to better understand how the novel coronavirus impacts the body.

OSU wins NSF grant for COVID-19 training project OSU wins NSF grant for COVID-19 training project May 12

Researchers at Oklahoma State University have won a National Science Foundation grant related to COVID-19.

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