Colleges and Universities of Oklahoma

University of Oklahoma - Gaylord Hall, home of the Gaylord College of Journalism and Mass Communication

Oklahoma has eleven public regional universities, including Northeastern State University, the second oldest institution of higher education west of the Mississippi, which also holds the only College of Optometry in Oklahoma and the largest enrollment of Native Americans in the nation by percentage and amount. Langston University is Oklahoma's only historically black college. Six of the state universities were included in the Princeton Review list of the top 122 regional colleges in 2007, and three made the list of the best colleges for the best value. The country has 55 post-secondary technical facilities operated by Oklahoma's CareerTech program for training in specific industrial or commercial areas

Cameron University

East Central University

Langston University

Northeastern State University

Northwestern Oklahoma State University

Oklahoma Baptist University

Oklahoma Christian University

Oklahoma City University

Oklahoma State University

Oral Roberts University

Phillips University

Southeastern Oklahoma State University

Southern Nazarene University

Southwestern Oklahoma State University

University of Central Oklahoma

University of Oklahoma

University of Science & Arts of Oklahoma

University of Tulsa

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