Oklahoma Colleges and Universities
Looking for a college town in the heart of America? Oklahoma has plenty to offer students. State capital Oklahoma City, for instance, is the largest metropolitan area in the Sooner State, boasting a wide variety of entertainment and cultural outlets. Oklahoma City is also conveniently located near lakes, rivers, and hiking trails that attract outdoor enthusiasts. The state's second-largest city is Tulsa, with more than 400,000 residents. Oklahoma also celebrates its Native American heritage, home to more than 60 tribes.
Oklahoma is also the home of more than 50 public and private colleges and universities. In Norman, students enroll at the flagship University of Oklahoma campus. Oklahoma State University in Stillwater is the second-largest institution of higher education. In Tulsa, the private Oral Roberts University offers students a combined spiritual-educational focus.
Total Number of Oklahoma Schools: 141
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