OSU Celebrates Black History Month
What is Black History Month?
“Black History Month is important because it celebrates a group of people who have been left out of history, and a perfect example is the Tulsa Race Massacre, which was left out of Oklahoma history textbooks. Our history as people of color is your history as people in America. All of us are a part of American history.”
Former Student Body President
Black History Month Featured Events
Office of Multicultural Affairs Events
Join the Office of Multicultural Affairs, the Center for Africana Studies as well as various student organizations and campus units in recognition of Black History Month.
100 Points of Truth and Transformation
From June 2020 through June 2021, OSU-Tulsa, in partnership with OSU-Stillwater and OSU Center for Health Sciences, will present 100 opportunities (points) for students and the public to connect with the truth of the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre and be inspired toward transformative justice.
OSU African American HighlightsOklahoma State University is a nationally recognized leader with an unwavering commitment to achieving inclusive excellence across its university system.
in African American students earning a bachelor’s degree from 2010-2019
of OSU receiving the Higher Education Excellence in Diversity award
in undergraduate students of color from fall 2009 to fall 2018
OSU Professor Teaches State’s Only ‘Black Wall Street’ Course
The Dream Lives On
Statue Honors OSU Integration Pioneer
“You could not have better values than Nancy Randolph Davis,” OSU President Burns Hargis said. “She believed in education and spent her life in education and in civil rights. We all have benefited from her.”