Oklahoma State University-Tulsa is OSU's metropolitan branch campus.
When you support the OSU-Tulsa, you help shape the future for Oklahoma State University. By contributing to the fund(s) below, you make our future brighter orange!
32-17980 - This Operating fund supports the College of Professional studies at OSU-Tulsa to address the workforce needs of local industries and agencies in Tulsa.
32-10910 - This Operating fund benefits the creation and execution of educational opportunities to support Oklahoma’s rapidly expanding film industry.
32-17810 - This Operating fund supports scholarships and programs benefiting students who are active in College Park, a 4 year university experience created in partnership with OSU-Tulsa and TCC.
32-18300 - This Scholarships-General fund benefits students through OSU-Tulsa.
As a metropolitan, urban-serving research university located in Tulsa's Greenwood District, OSU-Tulsa offers Oklahoma State University’s world-class programs in a downtown setting. Undergraduate students generally transfer to OSU-Tulsa with an associate's degree or at least 45 credit hours from another institution. Graduate students come to OSU-Tulsa from across the country and around the world. OSU-Tulsa offers master's and doctoral degrees and graduate certificates along with the opportunity to participate in world-changing research with renowned faculty. OSU-Tulsa students graduate with the same OSU degree that students in Stillwater receive. OSU-Tulsa’s location adds to the value of that degree by giving our students access to the internship and volunteer opportunities, cultural attractions and social scene that come with an urban campus. Since many of OSU-Tulsa's students are working adults, we offer class schedules, course formats and amenities to support their success.
Center for Counseling
Film Industry Initiatives
Helmerich Research Center
Poets and Writers
A champion for mission-driven research, education and innovation, Dr. Johnny Stephens was named interim president of OSU-Tulsa in August of 2021. He also serves as president of OSU Center for Health Sciences and senior vice president of health affairs for Oklahoma State University.
“Oklahoma State University has established a significant presence as Tulsa’s public, urban-serving research institution as well as strategically implementing programs for degree completion and workforce development. I look forward to continuing our progress of providing access to education, collaboration with community partners, delivering premier academic programs and advancing knowledge through research.”
Stephens earned his doctorate in pharmacy from the University of Oklahoma College of Pharmacy in 1999. He completed his fellowship in infectious diseases at OU and was an assistant professor of Pharmacy at OU Health Sciences Center for four years. In 2006 he joined OSU-CHS and served in many positions from a Professor of Medicine (2006-present), Interim Vice President of Research (2014-2016), Chief Operating Officer (2014-2021), and Senior Vice President (2016-2021).