Fans and alumni of Oklahoma State University have long been blessed with one of the nation's most well-rounded athletic departments. From bowl games in the fall and Final Fours in March, to the College World Series in June, the cheering, and winning, never stops in Stillwater.
When you support the Athletics, you help shape the future for Oklahoma State University. By contributing to the fund(s) below, you make our future brighter orange!
23-74600 - This Operating Funds-General Purpose fund benefits students through Athletics.
23-51800 - This Operating Funds-General Purpose fund benefits students through Athletics.
23-70500 - This Scholarships-General fund benefits students through Athletics.
23-77400 - This Operating Funds-Multipurpose fund benefits students through Athletics.
23-76700 - This Scholarships-General fund benefits students through Athletics.
It is a place where Olympic gold medalists and NCAA champions pass each other in the halls. It is the home of perhaps the best basketball facility in the country and the home of one of the nation's top football complexes.
It is the home of the Heisman Trophy, the NCAA baseball player of the century, and several of the greatest wrestlers in history. It is the home of one of college basketball's first great big men, not to mention the home of one of the founding fathers of the sport. Its golfers go on to become household names. And its biggest booster is already a household name.
It is the home of 51 national team championships - the most in the Big 12 Conference and a total better than all but three schools in America. This is Oklahoma State Athletics.
The future of Oklahoma State University athletics has never been brighter! Within seven years, world-class facilities will be the norm for every sport. In an effort to ensure that all of our sports are competitive, the OSU Athletic Department is initiating a fundraising campaign to fully endow all scholarships.
The total number of scholarships given to student athletes each year is 229 at a cost of $4,580,000. The goal is to fully endow these scholarships by 2016.
Currently, a full scholarship costs approximately $20,000; therefore, it takes $500,000 to endow each scholarship using a spending policy of 5%. Excess earnings will be reinvested, allowing the principle to grow at a rate covering future scholarship cost increases. The donor has five to ten years to fund the endowment depending on the scholarship selected; the 5% spending allowance will not be applied until one year after the scholarship pledge has been paid in full.
Your generous gift to OSU in the form of a scholarship endowment will establish your legacy for future generations at Oklahoma State. To provide greater opportunities for people to participate in this historic fundraising campaign, three prominent donor categories have been created.
Position Scholarship Endowment ($500,000)
Team Scholarship Endowment ($250,000)
First Quarter Scholarship Endowment ($125,000)
Completion of the $20 million project is planned for the fall of 2018. Pending OSU Board of Regents approval, the facility will be named its benefactor, OSU graduate Neal Patterson. The new Cowgirl Soccer Complex will be able to accommodate more than 3,500 fans in permanent seats, including two club levels and two suites. The new stadium will feature club seats, plaza and upper bowl gathering areas and a north end zone terrace area and seating designed specifically for OSU students. New team facilities include locker rooms, meeting areas, kitchen facilities, sports medicine areas and equipment rooms. A club area will also serve as a player lounge and nutrition area. Support the OSU Cowgirl Soccer Complex.
For more information and photos of the Cowgirl Soccer Complex click here.
Preliminary work has already begun on the site located at the corner of Washington Street and McElroy Road for Oklahoma State's new baseball complex, which is scheduled to open for the 2020 season.
Inspired by Boone Pickens Stadium, the new home of the Cowboys has several amenities that cater to fans and players alike. The complex will include approximately 3,500 permanent seats, 13 suites and 400 premium seats in dedicated club and suite areas. Seating can be expanded to 8,000 as needed.
For more information about Cowboy Baseball's new home click here.
Whether relaxing with family and friends, entertaining business associates or courting prospective clients, these are the best seats in the house. Each suite will feature a number of amenities providing top-notch service and a private gameday experience.
To learn more about suite availability click here.
Since its inception in 1964, the POSSE (Providing Opportunities for Scholastic and Sports Excellence) has been the home of Oklahoma State University’s most loyal and devoted fans. Entirely self-supporting, the OSU Athletic Department receives no state funds.
Oklahoma State Athletics has brought honor and distinction to our University for many years. Gifts from generous alumni and friends have given our student-athletes and coaches an opportunity to compete among the elite programs in college athletics. As we strive to build on our proud history, your financial support is more important than ever.
Our Top 150 donors are recognized for their extraordinary friendship and generosity by publishing their names in our quarterly ranking, which will appear in each issue of the POSSE magazine and on the website.