Oklahoma State University-Oklahoma City, also known as OSU-OKC, delivers collegiate-level career and transfer educational programs, professional development and services to prepare students to work in an increasingly technological and global community.


Oklahoma State University–Oklahoma City is the preeminent educational resource in Oklahoma City, enhancing people’s lives by providing unique and exceptional programs to serve the community.

OSU-OKC operates in the belief that each person should be given the opportunity to discover and develop their special aptitudes and insights to equip themselves for a fulfilling life and responsible citizenship in a world characterized by change.


Areas of Impact

Making a gift in support of OSU-OKC not only provides our students opportunities for success, but also makes an impact on the Oklahoma City community. Below are a list of funds ensuring OKC has a bright orange future!

  1. OSU-OKC Excellence Fund 30-88500
  2. OSU-OKC Legacy Endowed Scholarship 30-94200
  3. OSU-OKC Health Technologies Educational Facility Fund 30-93700
  4. OSU-OKC Student Success Opportunity Center 30-70100
  5. OSU-OKC Wellness Center/Gymnasium Fund 30-95450
  6. OSU-OKC Campus Beautification and Improvement Fund 30-95150

Schools and Departments

Division of Agriculture Technologies
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Division of Arts and Sciences
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Division of Business Administration
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Division of Health Sciences
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Division of Human Services
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Division of Initial College Studies
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Division of Science and Engineering
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Meet the President

President Natalie Shirley

President Natalie Shirley

Natalie Shirley is president of Oklahoma State University-Oklahoma City. She was appointed president in May 2011, and is the first female president in the OSU system.

“At OSU-OKC, we pride ourselves on being Oklahoma State University right here in Oklahoma City. Our main focus is to provide a superior education to each of our students so that they are engineered to lead and give back to the community that shaped them.” Natalie Shirley, President, OSU-Oklahoma City

As an Oklahoma native, she graduated from OSU and earned a law degree from the University of Oklahoma. In addition to her current role as OSU-OKC president, Shirley serves on several philanthropic boards including SSM Health Care of Oklahoma, and Girls Scouts; and several business boards including the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber of Commerce, Oklahoma City Convention & Visitors Bureau, BancFirst and Oklahoma State Fair Board.

To learn more about giving opportunities within OSU-OKC, contact Donovan Woods.

Donovan Woods

Assistant Director of Development
OSU-Oklahoma City

P 405.945.6705
C 405.596.4633
Justin Smith

Senior Director of Development & Team Lead
Regional Development & OSU-OKC

P 405.945.6749
C 405.385.2165
Sean McCabe

Development Associate

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C 405.612.0610