Stillwater, OK
Oklahoma State University-Main Campus


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Recent Reviews

Allison
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I really do love OSU. i never really thought that i would become a student here but once i saw the campus i just knew that i ...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

I really do love OSU. i never really thought that i would become a student here but once i saw the campus i just knew that i was going to enjoy on-campus life. I'm now excited to start college next year and know that i will be able to be in a safe and on hands environment.

Shane
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Great school that provides a great education if you take it seriously. There are plenty of opportunities to be successful at ...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

Great school that provides a great education if you take it seriously. There are plenty of opportunities to be successful at Oklahoma State and there is truly the most amazing professors who will take the time out of their day to help you outside of office hours.

Evelyn
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It is a great campus and everyone is very friendly. I love the campus because I know I’m not alone and there are others to he...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

It is a great campus and everyone is very friendly. I love the campus because I know I’m not alone and there are others to help me get to class. Some bigger colleges it’s harder to find where your needing to go to. I’ve heard that the students on campus are very kind and helpful.

Emilee
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I love living at OSU and attending school here. It has opened up so many opportunities for me including showing me that I Can...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

I love living at OSU and attending school here. It has opened up so many opportunities for me including showing me that I Can do research but also teach as a career path. I've gotten involved in research, gone to club meetings, attended campus events there is always something to do on campus. There are also plenty of places that offer help for the students because college can be stressful and overwhelming. The Reboot Center offers a quiet place to reboot yourself, health services offer free counseling, and the dogs of Pete's Pet Posse are always there to put a smile on students' faces.

Zoe
What is your overall opinion of this school?

I really enjoy the Oklahoma State University-Stillwater campus, the only complaint I have is the tuition and fees, but that c...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

I really enjoy the Oklahoma State University-Stillwater campus, the only complaint I have is the tuition and fees, but that comes with any university. The academics are amazing, as well as the advisors making sure you are on a path towards success.

Valeria
What is your overall opinion of this school?

Very good. people are very nice.

What is your overall opinion of this school?

Very good. people are very nice.

Gavin
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Oklahoma state university is overall an amazing school! The teachers want to see you succeed in classes and in life and will ...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

Oklahoma state university is overall an amazing school! The teachers want to see you succeed in classes and in life and will help you understand things any way they can. The regular staff are ALWAYS helpful and are always there if you ever have any questions!

Kaitlyn
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I absolutely love Oklahoma State University. This has always been my dream school the people around campus are nice and respe...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

I absolutely love Oklahoma State University. This has always been my dream school the people around campus are nice and respectful. The academics are amazing some of the best in the state. Our athletic fans are Loyal and True we will sit out in the rain during a weather delay just to watch sports.

Courtney
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Oklahoma State University in Stillwater definitely has a great campus aesthetic with its abundance of updated classroom, lab,...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

Oklahoma State University in Stillwater definitely has a great campus aesthetic with its abundance of updated classroom, lab, and academic college facilities, but what truly makes it great is the faculty and other students. There’s genuine school spirit here, inside or outside of sports games, despite most of us using “Go Pokes” ironically when dreaded midterms come around. Additionally, the university has its own police department, and they have resources that make it easy to reach out to security any time of the day. It’s incredibly safe here, especially with the LGBTQ+ friendly environment and programs they offer for students in that community, as well as school hotlines set up for reporting racial and sexual discrimination or assault. The only downside I can think to mention is the lack of some physical handicap friendly design within some of the school’s buildings. My first impression when I started as a freshman at OSU was of its students. The week before class started, I was attending Welcome Week activities to get familiar with the school and its programs. I met several international students that I practiced some Chinese with, I met several different student organizations (I eventually joined one later in my first semester), and enjoyed dorm life. Everyone was so caring and selfless, especially with one girl. Early in to Welcome Week, I accidentally dropped my phone in the street while exploring the surrounding facilities that weren’t in the center of campus. I realized this when I returned to my dorm, so I borrowed an RA’s phone to call my phone. I soon got a response and I met up with the girl who found it, thankful that she didn’t steal it. Many of the students here are incredibly trustworthy in these kinds of situations. I understand that theft can happen on this campus, but it’s few and far between. The bonds I made with students during classes were invaluable. In freshmen year, I made friends with three guys in Calculus 1 lecture; we frequently studied together the semester we had that class, and we all still hang out even into junior year, with none of our majors being the same. During my sophomore year, I made a bunch of friends during my organic chemistry lab and lectures due to the struggles of that course. People definitely went out of their way to help you understand the material if you asked for it, and didn’t berate you if you had difficulties understanding concepts. I can say the same thing for most of the faculty and professors that I’ve had through my two first years here at OSU. Almost all of them set very regular office hours and are open to emails for any questioning. If you need extra help outside of office hours, there are TONS of tutoring resources on campus through several different outlets. OSU is set up for students to succeed if they put the work in. I think it’s easy for many to have school pride here outside of sports because of the vast amounts of student organization opportunities (even outside of Greek life) and inclusivity that the college administration tries to maintain. We are given the resources and opportunities to get involved in what we’re passionate in, and the school celebrates us for that. I joined the Asian American Student Association during my freshman year as a representative for the group, and then went on to become its treasurer during my sophomore year. This organization allowed me to develop my leadership skills and, most of all, get me outside of my comfort zone when I competed in the annual Mister & Miss Asian OSU pageant that the group is in charge of putting on. I ended up winning during my freshman year and carried out my reign during sophomore year under my platform of raising awareness of prescription drug abuse. This event is one example of the kind of pride within our communities that we are able to display on campus. The security and the support resources here at OSU are pretty top notch. You know it’s a safe place when you’re walking across campus at 11PM by yourself to visit your friend at another dorm when someone drives by and says “stay safe”. OSU has its own security app that allows you to directly call its police department in case of emergencies, and they even have night walk resources you can request on the same app. One time, a friend and I phoned the OSU PD because they are even able to jump cars. Additionally, there’s police biking across the campus and patrolling major buildings all the time during the day. I started to develop a phobia of white Ford Explorers when I drive due to the sheer frequency of seeing OSU police cars driving around campus. All students get alerts if someone reports sexual or physical assault on campus. The police are on their game. What’s also impressive to me is the kind of counseling they offer on campus for all kinds of topics, with some of the heaviest being drug, alcohol, or relationship abuse. Most of the counseling rates I’ve seen are really affordable for students, and depending on the kind of counseling you’re receiving, most of your first few sessions are free. You can get counseling for any issue you’re facing, no matter how small. The school has great support systems for most situations, and has zero toleration for any harassment or discrimination that is reported. Lastly, the main downside to OSU that I can realistically think of its of its handicap design in buildings. It’s true that we have many updated buildings on campus, but some of the ones that haven’t been updated in a while suffer from lack of well-designed ramps. I remember one ramp in the basement of our science building being too steep. One of the most glaring issues I can think of is the elevator access in one of the arts buildings in the main part of campus. This building technically has 24-hour access for students if they need to visit studios within the facility to finish projects, but their elevator is not 24-hour access. I’ve thought about this many times when I’ve used the building’s stairs late at night. Additionally, I heard a troubling story from my own roommate about her issues with the physical disability service office at OSU when she hurt her leg in the winter. Apparently, with as much trouble as she had getting around to her classes, someone at the office suggested that she drop out for the semester. I hope the school becomes aware of these issues so that other people don’t have to face these same conflicts. Overall, OSU deserves some of the highest ratings I can think of, considering the handicap flaw. I love the environment, resources, and the friends I’ve made along the way. I feel confident that the connections I’ve made at this university will help me in future graduate school applications. It’s definitely worth it to attend this college.

Beverly
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The campus is very friendly and student oriented. Campus police are very involved and always doing their absolute best to ens...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

The campus is very friendly and student oriented. Campus police are very involved and always doing their absolute best to ensure the safety of the campus. The professors are always available and looking to help with anything you may need. The students are all wonderful and always looking to help each other.

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  • 21,101
  • Tuition & Fees
  • $8,321
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  • 75%

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