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Native American student at OSU commencement

OSU serves Native Americans

OSU is home to a thriving Native American campus community with student organizations in engineering, science and the arts.
OSU is the most successful land-grant institution in the nation for Native American students.
As a land-grant institution, OSU is committed to providing a high-quality education for all and proudly supports the success of all its students.
OSU serves Oklahoma, the nation and the world for a brighter tomorrow.

OSU Native American HighlightsOSU is one of the most successful universities in the nation for graduating Native American students at all levels


#1
ranked land-grant institution

for Native American students earning a bachelor's degree, three years in a row.
9
Morris K. Udall scholarship recipients 

in the last five years
30+
 tribal nation affiliations

represented by Native American students at OSU

Tribal Leaders

The Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma's $350,000 scholarship gift makes it the largest tribal donor for Branding Success: The Campaign for Oklahoma State University. Through the Pickens Legacy Scholarship match, the total impact will be a $1.05 million boost for students.
The Cherokee Nation and OSU Medicine have announced the establishment of the nation’s first tribally affiliated medical school in Tahlequah, Oklahoma, set to open in 2020. “We admire and support OSU Center for Health Sciences’ efforts to populate rural Oklahoma with doctors from rural Oklahoma. That mission will create healthier families and communities in northeast Oklahoma and improve the lives of Cherokees for the next seven generations,” said Bill John Baker, Principal Chief of the Cherokee Nation. 
OSU appreciates the support of these tribal nations. Together, we are committed to helping today's students become tomorrow's tribal leaders.

Center for Soverign Nations

SovereigntyStudents. Partnerships.
Created as a result of President Hargis’ vision for focused service to sovereign tribal nations in Oklahoma, the Center for Sovereign Nations was made possible through the joint investment of OSU and the Chickasaw Nation, with the ongoing invitation to other tribal nations to join as financial partners.

Programs and Resources

Native American Student Association

Native American Student Association

American Indian Sciences and Engineering Society

American Indian Science and Engineering Society

Alpha Pi Omega Sorority, Inc.

Alpha Pi Omega

Minority Women's Association

Minority Women's Association

Phi Sigma Nu Fraternity

Phi Sigma Nu Fraternity

Oklahoma Indian Missionary Conference 

Oklahoma Indian Missionary Conference

Choctaw Scholarship Advisement Program

Oklahoma Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (OK-LSAMP)

Oklahoma Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (OK-LSAMP)

American Indians into Psychology

American Indians into Psychology

American Indian Alumni Society

American Indian Alumni Society

Native Americans in Biological Sciences

 

American Indian Science and Engineering Society

American Indian Science and Engineering Society

International Student Organization

International Student Organization

Minorities in Agriculture, Natural Resources and Related Science 

Minorities in Agriculture, Natural Resources and Related Science

Multicultural Greek Council

Multicultural Greek Council
Henrietta Mann

"I would never give up growing up Cheyenne. But we need knowledge and training for today's world. That's what OSU, my proving ground, gave me - the skills to succeed in mainstream America."

- Dr. Henrietta Mann
English, M.A. 1970, Oklahoma State University
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