2023 By the Numbers


More than 215,000 students attend Greater Oklahoma City region colleges, universities, and technical schools.

Five years after graduation, 2 out of every 3 of graduates from Oklahoma universities can be found working in Oklahoma.

One year after graduation, 3 out of 4 graduates from Oklahoma universities can be found working in Oklahoma.

23,833 degrees awarded to graduates of Greater Oklahoma City region colleges and universities in 2022. Nearly 110,000 degrees were awarded over the past five years.

GREATER OKLAHOMA CITY REGION COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES Institution 2021-2022 Enrollment Type University of Oklahoma 30,254 State, four-year OU Health Sciences Center 3,456 State, four-year OU College of Law 1,326 State, four-year Oklahoma State University 26,802 State, four-year OSU - Oklahoma City 6,388 State, two-year OSU School of Veterinary Medicine 474 State, four-year Oklahoma City Community College 16,341 State, two-year University of Central Oklahoma 15,367 State, four-year Rose State College 8,907 State, two-year Redlands Community College 2,365 State, two-year Oklahoma City University 2,912 Private, four-year Langston University 2,180 State, four-year Mid-America Christian University 2,576 Private, four-year Oklahoma Christian University 2,808 Private, four-year Southern Nazarene University* 2,159 Private, four-year Oklahoma Baptist University 1,560 Private, four-year University of Science & Arts of Oklahoma 979 State, four-year Southwestern Christian University* 482 Private, four-year Randall University 332 Private, four-year Total Enrollment 127,668 Total includes 2021-2022 full academic year (fall, spring, summer) enrollment; *Fall 2021 enrollment used when complete info is not available. Source: Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education

Oklahoma City BY THE NUMBERS 2023


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