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Founded in 1946, Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology. is a college. Located in Oklahoma, which is a city setting in Oklahoma, the campus itself is Town. The campus is home to 2,396 full time undergraduate students, and 0 full time graduate students.
The Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology Academic calendar runs on a Trimester basis. In the school year the student to faculty ratio was 14:1. There are 124 full time instructional teachers. Degrees awarded at Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology include: Bachelor's Degree, Masters Degree, Post-master's certificate, Doctor's degree.
Admissions at OSUO are considered , with ,3% of all applicants being admitted.
In the school year, of the students who applied to the school, only of those who were admitted eventually ended up enrolling.
0% of incoming freshmen are in the top half of their high school class. 0% were in the top quarter, and 0% were in the top tenth. You can apply online.
We asked, and students answered these important questions about student life at Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology.
9 Students rated on-campus housing 3.7 stars. 44 % gave the school a 5.0.
7 Students rated off-campus housing 3.2 stars. 0 % gave the school a 5.0.
10 Students rated campus food 4.3 stars. 40 % gave the school a 5.0.
12 Students rated campus facilities 4.4 stars. 58 % gave the school a 5.0.
12 Students rated class size 4.5 stars. 58 % gave the school a 5.0.
12 Students rated school activities 3.1 stars. 25 % gave the school a 5.0.
12 Students rated local services 3.1 stars. 25 % gave the school a 5.0.
12 Students rated academics 4.3 stars. 50 % gave the school a 5.0.
13 Students rated Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology
Outside of core education classes (Math, English, Government, History), the instructors who run the online courses have no idea how to teach, communicate, critique, or deal with any type of student feedback. On repeated occasions, I and my fellow students were treated harshly for critiquing instructors with less than positive views.
When questioning assignments I have personally been verbally attacked for doing so. When asking questions on how to proceed on an assignment or for clarification (after my own research left me without answers) I was told to "go read the book" or " that should be obvious". When asking why quizzes were graded incorrectly, with proof from course textbooks that word-for-word quiz inaccuracy, I was chided for harping about a single point difference from the same instructors who asked everyone to fill out the end-of-class review for a bonus of 3 points. (I was more concerned with the inaccuracy of the quizzes since we were to use them as notes for the end-of-term final.)
For core edu classes their online program is very helpful...for anything else I would say stay away from OSUIT.
I wish I would have known how awful the professors were, I only had 1-2 good ones. I wish I would have known if you need any help expect to wait 3+ days for an email or phone call back. All of the classes were basically programming related, so do not take this degree path if you do not like programming. Most of the professors wait until the last second to grade things. And, if you're going to transfer to a 4-year school, the staff will be hateful and refuse to fill out forms that you need. It happened to me, I needed forms filled out and the staff was so rude and refused because I was not getting my BT through OSUIT. Several students had several issues with multiple professors and nothing was done to fix the problem. I honestly did not learn anything that I use currently in my IT job that I have. Do yourself a favor and pick a different school.
Now that my program as officially been cut I can give my opinion of this university. So firstly my program was the only thing that kept me from dropping my first semester. I am from Michigan and went to osuit specifically for my program. I’ve had many good experiences with my program, the cafe, post office, clubs, etc. But unfortunately, my negative experiences with housing outweighs it all. Since I am out of state I HAD to live in the dorms to receive my tuition waiver. Firstly the RA’s are a joke and during my time were very cult-like. Once you get on the bad side of one they all start creating drama with you (Yes drama like children. Numerous RA’s would talk about myself and my friends behind our backs and we didn’t find out until a mutual friend of ours became a RA) For an event I had my clubs cotton candy machine in my dorm overnight because the event ended at 8 pm. Two days after the event when the machine was already turned back into my professor I received a yellow slip on my dorm with a warning to remove items not allowed by housing. Secondly, there is a curfew. You can not have anyone in your room past midnight and 2 am on weekends. Even if they are the same gender and live across the hall you can not have them in your dorm. I was 19-21 when I attended this school. I’m sorry but the fact that I am being policed every day to not be able to do what I want with my friends at whatever time is completely ridiculous. Just enforce stringer quiet hours if you’re so afraid of people being loud past midnight because why else would adults have a curfew? During my first semester, I thought it was just a southern thing since a curfew would be completely laughed at and thrown away if any college in Michigan had that but then my friends said all the other universities in Oklahoma have no such rule. So there is no excuse as to why this is a thing at osuit. Secondly, if you get caught drinking even you have to go to Okmulgee county court and pay almost $700 in court fees because you will receive a MIP. I do understand that there are laws in the place where you can’t drink if you are under 21 but I was in a room with people who were drinking. I don’t drink beer yet I still had to go to Okmulgee county court and pay a ridiculous fee because I was associated with drinking. The person who caught us is Dave. Not only is Dave prejudice but in all honesty is a perv. This man is the desk attendant to the common area and works nights. To catch people having someone in their dorm past curfew he will PUT HIS EAR TO THE DOOR. This man has also stalked us into our dorms asking if we all live within this building and told us past curfew we CAN NOT TOUCH THE DOOR HANDLE TO THE OTHER DORM. While at osuit I was the Vice President of student government and had direct communication with the deans. I had asked a dean if this was true and when he got back to me he said it is not because there are common areas within the dorms someone from another building can go into another dorm building if they are not going into a specific dorm room. Dave has also pulled people over from his car using the flashlight on his phone and has used his flashlight to look in people's cars. This is way out of the scope of his job and is completely inappropriate just like the many other things he has done. He also did nothing about two tweakers trying to break into the dorm. Didn’t call the cops nothing. This is just the beginning of the issues I have experienced and they all happen to revolve around outside of classes. This pathetic excuse of a university needs a reality check. It is 2020, you are a public university, & your students are adults. You need to change this because If these ridiculous rules keep happening your university will close despite all of these programs getting shut down to save you money. Yet you will continue to lose money because outside of the classroom is 70% of a student's life at this school. Even if they love their programs, like me, that 30% of positivity will never outweigh the 70% of bad. Treat your students like the adults they are.
I think it is a pretty good campus. Most of the people there are extremely nice, and helpful. The instructors are well educated. I only wish there were more things to participate in. The town is pretty quiet, there aren't very many things to do there either.
The fall 2020 acceptance rate for Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology is 100%. That means, out of _____ applications received in 2020 , _____ students were offered admission. The number of males who applied was _____ vs the number of females which was _____.
That is not all that bad. The teachers are willing to help. You can do it.
OSUIT is one of the most underrated options available. Not only do they have a 99.9% job placement rate but the faculty members are actually nice! I toured many campuses and even took a few concurrent classes. Yet, I never found faculty on other campuses to be as helpful as those at OSUIT.
Some one who is willing to learn.
Trying to find a parking spot by my buildings. The school is great
That I had stayed in school, and went to college sooner.
OSUIT feels like a close community with eagar, smiling faces around every corner.
They are respectful and are willing to help others.
Before OSU-IT became a college it was a Japanese war camp. Just a few years ago they finally took down the water tower that was from that time frame. I think that is what sticks out the most in my mind.
There is not much to do on the campus however students make the best of all the activities that we do have.
The best thing about OSU Okmulgee is that the Professors really care. If you need a little extra help they are always able to find the time or answer an e-mail. It's really nice to have teachers that care about your education as much as you do.
Since there are not many students in classes, professors have more time to remember the name of students in each class.
They are very enthusiatic, entertaining and outgoing!!!
they take pride in their programs and they help find you great careers in the program you decide, they also have places you can find a paid internship.
OSU Institute of Technology-Okmulgee is career based. If you want to graduate with a job this is definitely the right place. The instructors have worked in their field of study for many years, are knowledgable, and want to help you be as sucessful as possible. Pick your major and your instructors and advising staff will make your goals reality. The instructors in your job specific classes will do just about anything to help you, from tutoring to dealing with other instructors and even finding a job. Grade A school for the "working man".
The only bad thing about my school is the town where it's located. There is not much to do because it is so small.
OSU Okmulgee is the kind of school that is perfect for anyone. I am a single parent and they work with my schedule so I can still take care of my kids. The only kind of person I can think of that shouldn't attend this school is one that just doesn't care about getting an education and moveing forward in thier career.
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100% of students
attending Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology receive some sort of financial aid.
56% were awarded federal grants.
While 57% received federal loans.
Many students do also need to apply for additional private student loans.
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