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Oklahoma City University

Oklahoma, United States
Campus setting Urban
Living cost USD 4,580 per year
Student population Medium (1,001 to 10,000)
International students 14%
Institution type Private

About Oklahoma City University

Similar to other institutions, Oklahoma City University has created its own image regarding its uniqueness and collection of successes. Only recently, it is listed in the top tier of the regional, master’s-level university category by the well recognised U.S. News and World Report, as well as in Forbes for “Best Christian Colleges and “100 Best College Buys”. This institution is in fact a coeducational, urban non-government university that is located in the bustling city of Oklahoma City. Here, it offers to prospective students with options in choosing a course programme to further their studies from its vast list of degrees and other qualifications in the field of liberal arts, fine arts, sciences, and business.

At Oklahoma University, there are well over than 70 undergraduate majors, 20 graduate degrees (this also comprises of a law degree, MBA, and 2 doctoral course programmes) as well as the Adult Studies Program for working adults who have an interest to achieve a Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Arts Degree.

Some of the schools that are available at Oklahoma City University include:

  • Kramer School of Nursing
  • Margaret E. Petree College of Performing Arts
    • Ann Lacy School of Dance and Entertainment
    • School of Theatre
    • Wanda L. Bass School of Music
  • Meinders School of Business
  • Petree College of Arts & Sciences
    • School of Liberal Arts & Sciences
    • School of Visual Arts
    • Wimberly School of Religion
  • School of Law

Campus information

Our campus sits in the heart of OKC in the historic and vibrant Uptown 23rd District. 

Just a short drive, walk, or bike ride from campus you can explore more than a dozen diverse neighborhoods and entertainment districts featuring live music venues, local restaurants, coffee shops, food trucks, farmers markets, art events and cultural performances. 

On any given night you may find yourself dining at one of the local hotspots in Automobile Alley or Deep Deuce, enjoying a festival in the Plaza District or Midtown, appreciating one of the many art galleries in the Paseo Arts District, attending a professional sporting event, catching a local or nationally touring show at the Civic Center Music Hall or the Lyric Theatre of Oklahoma, playing laser tag in the Bricktown Entertainment District, or taking a stroll by beautiful Lake Hefner.


Residence halls at Oklahoma City University are a short walk from classes, events, campus resources and the cafeteria.

On-campus living not only enhances your college experience but also makes it easier to get involved in campus life. Intramural sports, Homecoming, Greek Life, and competitive sporting events are just a few examples of the more than 60 organizations and activities available to OCU students.

All Oklahoma City University students are required to live on campus until they turn 21. Exceptions are only made for students who choose to live at home with a parent or legal guardian. Because of this rule we have worked diligently to provide you with a number of housing options.


Courses available 10

Accounting & Finance 1 Applied, Pure Sciences 1 Business, Management 1 Computer Science, IT 1 Education and Teaching 2 English Language 1 Health and Medicine 1 Humanities & Social Sciences 1 Law 1 MBA 1


Reviews 2

My time there was like no other, everyone there was friendly and embracing. I felt like i was at home
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I was a member of the dance department. The school is so well organized and the material I learned is invaluable to me in my future career.
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