Higher Education in Oklahoma

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Higher Education in Oklahoma


Colleges & Universities

Public 4-year institutions                                      13
   Cameron University
   East Central University
   Langston University
   Northeastern State University
   Northwestern Oklahoma State University
   Oklahoma Panhandle State University
   Oklahoma State University-Main Campus
      OSU-College of Osteopathic Medicine
      OSU-Oklahoma City
      OSU-Okmulgee
      OSU-Tulsa
   Rogers State University
   Southeastern Oklahoma State University
   Southwestern Oklahoma State University
   University of Central Oklahoma
   University of Oklahoma-Norman Campus
   University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center
   University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma

Public 2-year institutions                                      12
   Carl Albert State College
   Connors State College
   Eastern Oklahoma State College
   Murray State College
   Northeastern Oklahoma Agricultural and
    Mechanical College
   Northern Oklahoma College
   Oklahoma City Community College
   Redlands Community College
   Rose State College
   Seminole State College
   Tulsa Community College
   Western Oklahoma State College

Average Tuition & Fees

    At public 4-year institutions                           $2,054
    At public 2-year institutions                           $1,285
    At private 4-year institutions                          $8,881

State Spending on

Student Aid++

   Need-based                                          $19,236,000
   Non-need-based                                       $9,179,000

Degrees Awarded

   Associate                                                 6,109
   Bachelor's                                               14,422
   Master's                                                  3,856
   Doctorate                                                   358
   Professional                                                699

Graduation Rates

by Race at NCAA Division I Institutions
(6-year rate for 1991-92 freshman cohort)
   Oklahoma State University                                    49%
      Native American                                           39
      Asian/Pacific Islander                                    63
      Black                                                     32
      Hispanic                                                  45
      White                                                     50
      Non-Resident Alien                                        51

   Oral Roberts University                                      n/a
      Native American                                           n/a
      Asian/Pacific Islander                                    n/a
      Black                                                     n/a
      Hispanic                                                  n/a
      White                                                     n/a
      Non-Resident Alien                                        n/a

   University of Oklahoma                                       42%
      Native American                                           30
      Asian/Pacific Islander                                    56
      Black                                                     29
      Hispanic                                                  43
      White                                                     44
      Non-Resident Alien                                        66

   University of Tulsa                                          56%
      Native American                                           37
      Asian/Pacific Islander                                    62
      Black                                                     36
      Hispanic                                                  47
      White                                                     58
      Non-Resident Alien                                        70
      Other                                                     25

Faculty

Full-time Faculty by Race at Public
Institutions, Fall 1997
   Asian                                                       3. … 

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