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.
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’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.
At the Eastin Center for Career Readiness, we believe every student has a significant contribution to make to this world. Our mission is to guide and support our students so that they are prepared to pursue professional opportunities, practice continued growth and fully develop that contribution.Our Guiding Principles
Living on campus is one of the best ways to make friends and join the community. Students live in centrally located on-campus housing. Choose your own roommate(s) or let us help you find a roommate based on interests, habits and schedule preferences.
The William E. Brock Memorial Library is a branch of the OSU Library. Our collection development focuses on the veterinary medical sciences and related fields. Our goal is to aid the Center for Veterinary Health Sciences' students, faculty, researchers, clinicians and staff. We also serve pre-veterinary students, practicing veterinarians.
OSU provides expanded basic cable television to all rooms. The signal is digital, so research your television’s tuner and if it is analog you may need a digital converter (DTA).
There are two wireless networks available to Residents living on campus at OSU Stillwater
High-speed Ethernet connection in every room
As America’s Healthiest Campus®, Oklahoma State University thrives within a culture of wellness. But wellness is so much more than diet and exercise. It is about choices, moderation, and most importantly, the balance between your physical and emotional health. The university has many resources and programs available to help you manage all dimensions of your well-being.
We can't wait to welcome you to campus and explore the various housing options available to you. While that is not possible currently, we do want to provide you with the opportunity to explore virtually. We hope you enjoy the tour, and we look forward to you becoming a Cowboy!
According to a 2017 American College Health Association study, more than half of students surveyed indicated they felt overwhelmed, exhausted or extremely lonely in the past 12 months.We are here to help. Whether it’s mental or physical health, we have resources at the ready to tackle topics like stress management, sleep, substance abuse, sexual health, LGBTQ+ issues and nutrition, just to name a few. Our interactive programming is welcoming and designed to help you learn about health topics in a positive setting. These resources are here to help you live your healthiest life!
Our students live, lead and grow in more than 500 clubs and organizations. Choose from Greek life, diverse student associations, dozens of intramural sports and hundreds of individual clubs. No matter what, there is a place for you in the Cowboy family.
Oklahoma State University will utilize a new and transformed model for maintaining institutional accreditation, the Open Pathway. The Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association, referred to as the HLC, is replacing the Program to Evaluate and Advance Quality with two new Pathways, the Standard Pathway and the Open Pathway. OSU has been approved to adopt the highest accreditation standard represented by the Open Pathway.