Oklahoma City University is a coeducational, urban private university located in Oklahoma City, in the Uptown district. The university is affiliated with the United Methodist Church and offers a wide variety of degrees in the liberal arts, fine arts, sciences and business. The only Oklahoma institution listed in the top tier of the regional, master's-level university category by U.S. News and World Report, Oklahoma City University is also listed in Forbes' "Best Christian Colleges" & "100 Best College Buys."
More than 60 undergraduate majors, 12 graduate degrees (including a law degree, MBA and doctoral programs in nursing), and the Adult Studies Program for working adults to earn a Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Arts degree.
Service-learning opportunities across the curriculum; University Honors Program; OCULEADS, a scholarship and leadership program; Center for Interpersonal Studies through Film and Literature; Washington Semester Program; study abroad program; and more!
Seventy-eight percent of our faculty members hold the highest degrees in their fields. Professors, not graduate assistants, teach all classes.
Student/faculty ratio of 11:1 and class sizes of about 17 for freshmen and 13 for upperclassmen
More than 2,300 undergraduate students and 1,700 graduate students from 46 states and 49 foreign countries
More than 80 student-led organizations, including six national fraternities and sororities, our own chapter of Habitat for Humanity, multicultural student associations, student government and more.
The Stars have won 68 national championships, including the 2008 NAIA Division I men's basketball championship.
Our 104 park-like acres reside in the heart of Oklahoma City, just minutes from a diverse range of educational, social, cultural and recreational opportunities.
More than $34 million awarded annually in academic merit or performance scholarships, with awards ranging from $1,000 to $10,000. Many other scholarship programs such as the Clara Luper Scholars and the American Indian Scholarship Program offer assistance to our students. More than 90 percent of students receive academic, merit, performance or need-based financial aid.