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Oklahoma State University Video Review

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Oklahoma State University is located 65 miles northeast of Oklahoma City in Stillwater, Oklahoma. The most popular undergraduate majors at the university are business, engineering, agriculture sciences, education and family sciences.

Oklahoma State University at Stillwater is the flagship school of the Oklahoma State University System, a network of six public institutions located throughout Oklahoma. Oklahoma State is ranked in the third tier of national institutions in the America's Best Colleges report.

Many campus projects have transformed Oklahoma State in recent years. New and renovated academic buildings, residence halls and athletic centers are all among the improvements that have been made. Ample recreational activities are also available with a high percentage of students participating in campus organizations.

School spirit is very important at Oklahoma State, as demonstrated by strong support of the Cowboys, the school's athletic teams that compete in the Big 12 Conference. Surrounding Stillwater, a city of more than 40,000 in the midst of rapid growth, offers many additional opportunities for fun.

Oklahoma State University offers more than 200 undergraduate and graduate degree programs through 10 colleges. Popular majors among undergraduates include business, engineering, agriculture sciences, education and family sciences. The university was founded as a mechanical and agricultural school and maintains its tradition of strength in these areas, while also providing comprehensive studies.

Oklahoma State is home to nearly 19,000 undergraduate students. One of the 'more selective' schools in the nation, the university has a freshman acceptance rate of 87 percent. Incoming students have a grade point average of 3.5 and typically score in the 1000 to 1250 range on the SAT and between 22 and 27 on the ACT.

-statistics compiled by U.S. News and World Report in its annual list 'America's Best Colleges.'

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