Oklahoma State University

Oklahoma State University, known as OSU, is a public land-grant research university in Stillwater, Oklahoma. OSU was established in 1890. It holds institutional accreditation with the Higher Learning Commission, HLC.

Oklahoma State University’s main campus is located about 60 miles from both Oklahoma City and Tulsa in the city of Stillwater. The university has more than 35,000 students across its five-campus system and more than 24,000 on its combined Stillwater and Tulsa campuses, with students from all 50 states and around 120 nations.

Oklahoma State University-Stillwater offers about 200 undergraduate degree majors, 79 master’s programs, and 45 doctoral programs through six colleges plus a veterinary school and an osteopathic medical school. With a student-to-faculty ratio of 20:1, the establishment assists students with getting ready for the future by giving the academic help they need. OSU gives further chances to select students for study, direct research, and exchanging thoughts in a more challenging and supportive academic environment through the Honors College. The advanced education programs of all schools are regulated through the Graduate College.

The College for Veterinary medicine, known as CVM, has three academic Departments: Veterinary Pathobiology, Physiological Sciences, and Veterinary Clinical Sciences. Each one of the three academic divisions shares responsibility regarding the four-year professional curriculum leading to the Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (D.V.M.) degree. OSU Online gives flexible and advantageous online school credit courses for busy students. They can start or finish an undergraduate degree, graduate degree, or earn a professional certificate. OSU Online carries OSU’s legacy to students online, anytime, anywhere.

Living on campus is perhaps the most ideal approach to make companions and join the community. Students live in centrally situated on-campus housing. They can choose their own roommate(s) or let the institute assist them with finding a roommate based on interests, habits, and schedule preferences. The university has more than 500 student organizations, 32 residence halls, 13 living-learning communities, 34 fraternities, and sororities.

The university also offers various scholarships and grants as forms of gift aid that don’t need to be repaid. Some of them are Freshman scholarships, Transfer scholarships, International student scholarships, Current undergraduate scholarships, Graduate student scholarships, Federal and state grants.

Some of the prominent alumni include oil tycoon and billionaire philanthropist T. Boone Pickens, actor James Marsden, “the father of the personal computer” Ed Roberts, country singers Garth Brooks and Hoyt Axton, former Prime Minister of South Korea Nam Duck-woo.