Colleges and Universities in Oklahoma

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The colleges and universities that call Oklahoma home are rooted in the Oklahoma spirit of exploration, pioneering, and resilience. Whether it’s Oklahoma’s major public research universities, small religious colleges, or hard-working community colleges, Oklahoma’s future is in the hands of its educators. 

Public Colleges and Universities in Oklahoma 

  • Cameron University – Lawton
  • East Central University – Ada
  • Langston University – Langston
  • Northeastern State University – Tahlequah
  • Northeastern State University – Broken Arrow
  • Northwestern Oklahoma State University – Alva
  • Oklahoma Panhandle State University – Goodwell
  • Oklahoma State University-Stillwater – Stillwater
  • Oklahoma State University-Oklahoma City – Oklahoma City
  • Oklahoma State University-Tulsa – Tulsa
  • Rogers State University – Claremore
  • Southeastern Oklahoma State University – Durant
  • Southwestern Oklahoma State University – Weatherford
  • University of Central Oklahoma – Edmond
  • University of Oklahoma – Norman
  • University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center – Oklahoma City
  • University of Science & Arts of Oklahoma – Chickasha

Community Colleges in Oklahoma 

  • Carl Albert State College – Poteau
  • Connors State College – Warner
  • Eastern Oklahoma State College – Wilburton
  • Murray State College – Tishomingo
  • Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College – Miami
  • Northern Oklahoma College – Tonkawa
  • Oklahoma City Community College – Oklahoma City
  • Oklahoma State University – Okmulgee – Okmulgee
  • Redlands Community College – El Reno
  • Rose State College – Midwest City
  • Seminole State College – Seminole
  • Tulsa Community College – Tulsa
  • Western Oklahoma State College – Altus

Tribal Colleges in Oklahoma 

  • Cheyenne-Arapaho Tribal College – Weatherford
  • College of the Muscogee Nation – Okmulgee
  • Comanche Nation College – Lawton
  • Pawnee Nation College – Pawnee

Private Colleges and Universities in Oklahoma 

  • Bacone College – Muskogee
  • Columbia College – Fort Sill
  • Family of Faith College – Shawnee
  • Hillsdale Free Will Baptist College – Moore
  • Mid-America Christian University – Oklahoma City
  • Oklahoma Baptist College – Oklahoma City
  • Oklahoma Baptist University – Shawnee
  • Oklahoma Christian University – Oklahoma City
  • Oklahoma City University – Oklahoma City
  • Oklahoma Wesleyan University – Bartlesville
  • Oral Roberts University – Tulsa
  • Phillips Theological Seminary – Tulsa
  • Saint Gregory’s University – Shawnee
  • Southern Nazarene University – Bethany
  • Southwestern Christian University – Bethany
  • Spartan School of Aeronautics – Tulsa
  • University of Tulsa – Tulsa
  • Virginia College – Tulsa

Oklahoma: Pioneering from Yesterday to Today 

Oklahoma began as the Oklahoma Territory and the Indian Territory, offering settlers a place for land and a new start. That heritage, of agriculture and industry, is the bedrock for Oklahoma’s economy and culture, even as the state has embraced modern businesses like biotechnology and engineering. Oklahoma’s long history of pioneers continues today, as well, as the state has grown a sizable entrepreneurial start-up culture, built around technology and electronics. But all of it is rooted in Ohio’s people, a population that is growing more diverse with each generation, from African-Americans who came from the Great Migration to the Native Americans who were first driven to the Indian Territory, and today have become a growing segment of university and college students.

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Oklahoma Higher Education Value and Opportunity 

Oklahoma’s colleges and universities have led the way to Oklahoma’s transformation from a culture of farmers to a complex, entirely modern economy. That has left many of Oklahoma’s working adults, as well as rural and urban young people looking to higher education to find a way to a better life. The Oklahoma State University has become one of the Midwest’s most innovative institutions, while the rest of Oklahoma’s public colleges and universities have earned a reputation for value, affordability, and outreach to Oklahoma’s underrepresented and underserved residents. Oklahoma’s many Christian colleges and universities are also known for their service to the community, and for their student support, often including generous financial aid packages.

With their eyes to the future, Oklahoma’s colleges and universities are carrying the people of the Sooner State forward.

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