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Some call it Green Country, but we know northeastern Oklahoma is really Orange Country.

OSU’s presence, support for and impact on this community is without equal, and that impact grows with each passing year. From the health sciences campus on historic Route 66, teaching hospital downtown and clinics across the area, to the university's branch campus in the Greenwood District, Tahlequah medical school and workforce-focused programs in Okmulgee, Tulsa and beyond, OSU touches the lives of this region today and for generations to come.

Impacting Oklahomans' health

OSU Center for Health Sciences

Founded with the mission to educate and train physicians to serve in rural and underserved areas, OSU Center for Health Sciences is an innovative leader with a vision for improving the health of everyday Oklahomans.

OSU Academic Medical District

In collaboration with partners, the OSU Academic Medical District will include the Veterans Hospital and Oklahoma Psychiatric Care Center, across the street from the OSU Medical Center. 

OSU Medicine Clinics

OSU Medicine operates 27 clinics in the Tulsa area offering specialty services including family medicine, biomedical imaging, cardiology, pediatrics, psychiatry, women’s health and more.

OSU Medical Center

OSU Medical Center is the nation’s largest osteopathic teaching hospital, providing health care to people across northeast Oklahoma.

OSU Polytech

OSU Polytech offers advanced technology degree and certificate programs, including those offered by the OSU Institute of Technology in Okmulgee and Tulsa. OSUIT equips students with the practical skills and knowledge required to succeed in today's competitive job market, with 90% of students securing a job before they graduate. Through working with industry leaders, aligning curriculum to the latest industry job trends, including real-world experiences and providing flexible learning opportunities, OSU Polytech embodies OSU’s land-grant mission of education, research and outreach.

Advancing our workforce

The College of Professional Studies, housed at OSU-Tulsa’s downtown campus, provides opportunities for working adults to advance in their careers while staying in the workforce. Flexible classes are available online or hybrid, with varying start dates, and allow individuals to pursue education while balancing work, family and other commitments. Degree and non-credit professional development programs are tailored to provide career-ready experience for aspiring leaders in industries including health care, manufacturing, finance and public service.

OSU Institute of Technology

As a leader in applied technology education, OSUIT offers courses in both Tulsa and Okmulgee and boasts world-class facilities, industry partnerships and a nearly 90% career placement rate.

Community engagement

OSU's presence in Tulsa extends beyond traditional academic programs

OSU Extension

OSU's Cooperative Extension provides research-based resources (many free) to improve our homes, workplaces and community. Programs and services are specifically designed to solve the problems residents in our region face.

OSU-CHS University Outreach

OSU-CHS outreach staff manages and executes K-12 outreach programming and events including the Pre-Health Round Up, Operation Orange and Dr. Pete's Immersion Camp. 

OSU-Tulsa Community Engagement

OSU-Tulsa Community Engagement programs focus on connecting community needs with OSU offerings, including STEM and reading camps, tutoring, school visits and initiatives aimed at removing barriers to higher education in our communities.

Everywhere you look

OSU alumni are staying loyal and true in northeastern Oklahoma

OSU Alumni Association Tulsa Chapter

More than 52,000 OSU alumni call the Tulsa area home. The OSU Alumni Association offers ways for members to socialize and support OSU students.

OSU-CHS Alumni

The OSU-CHS Alumni network is comprised of nearly 4,000 people representing all programs including medical, allied health, forensic sciences, biomedical sciences, physician assistant program and health care administration.

OSUIT Alumni

Since 1946, some 38,000 graduates have called OSU Institute of Technology home while they were in college.

Improving lives through research

Through research, our Tulsa campuses are finding solutions to society’s most pressing needs. Research centers focus on a variety of needs, including combating health disparities, improving the lives of families, creating materials to support new industries and fighting opioid addiction.

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