UNIVERSITY OF OKLAHOMA
OU has achieved the Carnegie Foundation’s highest tier of research activity
classification, designating it among the nation’s top 130 doctoral-degreegranting
institutions. The Research Campus is anchored by the Stephenson
Research and Technology Center, where cutting-edge research into life
science fields ranging from robotics to genomic studies is taking place, and
the National Weather Center, which houses OU’s academic and research
programs in meteorology and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric
Administration’s Norman-based weather, research and operations programs.
Students can begin working with researchers as early as their freshman year.
In 2019, Price College of Business’s undergraduate program was named
a Top 50 business program in the nation by U.S. News and World Report.
Additionally, the OU College of Law recently achieved the highest bar
passage rate in the state with 95 percent first-time takers passing, eclipsing
the statewide first-time average by 11 percent.
U.S. News & World Report also ranked OU Medicine the No. 1 hospital system
in Oklahoma for 2019-20 and OU’s Stephenson Cancer Center as Top 50 in the
country. The Stephenson Cancer Center was also recently awarded National
Cancer Institute (NCI) designation, making it among the top two percent of
cancer centers in the nation. The clinical research and patient care happening at
the Health Sciences Center directly benefits the patients of today and tomorrow.
This year, the University is challenging each member of the OU family to
share their personal goals at or because of OU by answering the question,
“What Will You Do?”
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