A land-grant institution with more than 35,000 students across a five-campus system,
we've graduated more than 264,000 students to serve the state of Oklahoma, the nation
and the world.
OSU by the numbers
Not too big. Not too small. Just right.
Students from across the U.S. and more than 100 countries converge on this campus
creating a vibrant and inclusive culture. With a student-to-faculty ratio of 20:1,
we will help you prepare for the future by providing the academic support you need.
OSU has grown to become a premier modern land-grant university
Founded on Dec. 25, 1890 as Oklahoma Agricultural and Mechanical College, OSU's land-grant mission is to make a college education more accessible. Our roots are set in a rich tradition,
and our actions are guided by the Cowboy Code.
A Cowboy without question, OSU alumna Dr. Kayse Shrum has made a sizable impact as
the president of OSU-CHS. Now, alongside faculty and staff, she's taking the reins
on the OSU system in its entirety with intentional focus on growth, collaboration and inclusivity.
Located in northeast Oklahoma, Stillwater is just 60 miles from both Oklahoma City
and Tulsa. Southern Living ranked Stillwater sixth on its list for "The South's Friendliest
Cities 2018," and OSU sits at the heart of it all.
From being named a top public university to being known as America's Healthiest Campus,
OSU's awards and rankings showcase our academic distinctions, campus culture and value.
Learn more about each area in the rankings pages below.