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We are committed to achieving excellence with inclusivity
At Oklahoma State University, we place great value on the differences of our people. Diversity in action should empower individuals to think and act in ways that embrace and promote a more inclusive world. 

99%INCREASE

in the number of students of color earning a bachelor's degree since 2010

25National awards and recognitions

for university commitment to diversity and inclusion

Student Resources

 From scholarship opportunities, community resources and employment opportunities, OSU has the resources to help you succeed.

Native American Student Resources

OSU is the most successful land-grant institution in the nation for Native American students. OSU’s Center for Sovereign Nations builds partnerships between OSU and tribal nations.

African American Student Resources

OSU is home to several African American student organizations which provide students the opportunity to lead, provide community service and promote cultural unity.

Asian American Student Resources

The Asian American Student Association's main purpose at Oklahoma State University is to spread and promote diversity through events and networking opportunities.

Hispanic/Latinx Student Resources

OSU hosts several campus traditions to honor Hispanic/Latinx culture and to foster the development of social and educational opportunities for Hispanic students on campus.

LGBTQ+ Students

OSU provides support for LGBTQ individuals, develops avenues for social cohesion, and addresses important national and local issues that affect the LGBTQ community as a whole.

Women's Resources

OSU provides scholarships, support for curricular development, and opportunities for its female students. With the help of faculty, staff, and collaborating student organizations, OSU also hosts several events geared to support and celebrate women’s programs. 

Student Veterans

The Office of Student Veteran Success at Oklahoma State University is here to aid active duty military, reservists, National Guardsmen, veterans and their families to be successful on campus.

International Student Services

The office of International Students and Scholars assists the university and its international community, facilitates the education and personal development of international students and scholars and assists with culture exchange and enrichment at OSU in Stillwater.

Required diversity and inclusion training

In support of OSU’s efforts for a more diverse and inclusive campus, all OSU students and employees are required to complete the annual “Fostering and Promoting a Culture of Diversity & Inclusion at OSU” module. 

 

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Student Accessibility Services

Committed to providing an inclusive environment that supports attainment of academic goals to professional goals for persons of all abilities. Academic support services can include classroom/testing accommodations, accessible textbooks, access to/assistance with assistive technology and other services.

Diversity at OSU

OSU is committed to excellence in diversity and inclusion
OSU is dedicated to cultivating and enriching the competitive advantages that diversity and inclusion provides all members of the University community. We identify diversity as a quality of life issue, as well as an important economic driver for the prosperity and well-being of the state, nation, and world.

Faculty and Staff Resources

We are committed to achieving excellence with inclusion
OSU Institutional Diversity is here to serve all who are apart of the Cowboy family. Our goal is to not only allow our students to be involved in various organizations, but those who work at OSU as well. 

OSU-CHS names new Assistant Dean of Diversity OSU-CHS names new Assistant Dean of Diversity Nov 16

Brenda Davidson will serve as OSU Center for Health Sciences first Assistant Dean of Diversity in the newly established Office of Diversity Equity and Inclusion.

NEH Awards OSU Library nearly $70,000 NEH Awards OSU Library nearly $70,000 Sep 17

The Oklahoma State University Library was recently awarded $69,820 by the National Endowment for the Humanities. The grant was part of $40.3 million in new CARES Act economic stabilization grants to support essential operations at more than 300 cultural institutions across the country.

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