Oklahoma State University, also known as Oklahoma State, OKState or OSU, is a top-tier land-grant university situated in Stillwater, Oklahoma. Founded in 1890, the university is home to over 18,000 undergraduate students, including international students from more than 100 countries across the globe.
Located an hour away from the state's biggest cities, Oklahoma City and Tulsa, the university is also just four hours away from the exciting city of Dallas in Texas. Students can reach Stillwater Regional Airport from campus in only six minutes to catch flights and connect with hundreds of destinations around the world.
With an official university color of ‘America's Brightest Orange', everyone involved with OSU is committed to creating an exceptional educational, residential and social experience for all who study there. There are over 200 majors to choose from, allowing students to discover and enjoy the subject areas which interest them most.
The university has a wide global alumni network, and more than USD 320 million is given every year in scholarships and financial support, both of which international students are encouraged to take full advantage of.
OSU is proud to be recognized as a leading institution for diversity and inclusion. For the ninth time, it was awarded a Higher Education Excellence in Diversity Award and 2020 Diversity Champion award from INSIGHT into Diversity magazine in 2020. The magazine is a prestigious higher education publication and the award celebrates institutions dedicated to creating and maintaining educational spaces which are exceptionally inclusive.
Both the university and the city of Stillwater are known for being safe, friendly, and affordable places to live, and OSU strives to make all students from anywhere around the world feel welcome in the dynamic student body.