Oklahoma state University

By: Jake Copeland

Early History

On December 25, 1890, the Oklahoma Territorial Legislature finally gained approval for Oklahoma Territorial Agricultural and Mechanical (A&M) College, the land-grant university established under the Morrill Act of 1862. It specified that the college was to be within Payne County. Such an ambiguous description created rivalry between towns within the county, with Stillwater ultimately winning out. Upon statehood in 1907, "Territorial" was dropped from its title.

Basic Info on OSU

Est. 1890

Location: Stillwater, OK

Mascot: Pistol Pete

Colors: Black, Silver, and Orange

Advanced Info on OSU

Enrollment: 25,962 (2014) (51% male/49% female)

Acceptance rate: 75% (2014)

GPA: 3.53

Size: 1,489 acres

School type: Public, coed collage

Religious affiliation: N/A

Academic calendar: Semester

In state fee: $7,442

Out of state: $20,027

Living Situations

Average cost of dorm: $8,887

Average cost of apartment: $9,047

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Activities

Extracurricular: Accounting, Animal Studies, Chemical engineering, History, Industrial operations, Journalism, Medical


Sports: Baseball, Basketball, Track, CC, Football, Golf, Tennis, Wrestling, Softball, Soccer, Equestrian

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