Established in 1955, KOSU is a member-supported public radio network that operates 91.7 KOSU in central Oklahoma including Stillwater and Oklahoma City and 107.5 KOSN in northeast Oklahoma including Tulsa, Bartlesville and the Grand Lake area. KOSU can also be heard at 107.3 in south Tulsa and at 94.9 in Ponca City. Reaching thousands of listeners every week, KOSU is a distinguished public radio news and information service with award-winning local news coverage and NPR news content.



KOSU is a conduit for community, connecting people to each other and to the world. Through a vibrant exchange of information, ideas and artistry, on-air, online and face-to-face, KOSU explores the human experience in a uniquely Oklahoma way that compels the mind and nourishes the spirit.

KOSU’s vision is to be informative, engaging, consistent, unique and trusted. It values civic engagement, accountability, creativity, lifelong learning and public service.

To learn more about KOSU or to listen to their programming on-air visit

Support KOSU through PhilanthroPete

KOSU has partnered with the OSU Foundation in launching our brand-new crowdfunding platform, PhilanthroPete. Through PhilanthroPete, donors have the option to support a variety of projects created by groups within the university, such as KOSU’s Homelessness Project. KOSU is raising funds with so the homeless community can tell its story in a very personal way. KOSU will lend its expertise in radio and sound mixing, and your gift will help recruit members of the homeless community and buy recorders to allow them to tell their own stories. KOSU will then help them mix down the sound into a documentary that we will air and make available for podcast.

Visit PhilanthroPete, and join the community of donors coming together for the LOVE OF KOSU!

Make Your Impact

KOSU is a part of Oklahoma State University. Keep our airwaves uniquely Oklahoman with a gift to support KOSU.

  1. KOSU Fund 20-04100

If you would like to learn more about making a gift to KOSU, please contact Jill Johnson.