Largest Universities in Oklahoma

The largest Oklahoma universities include University of Oklahoma, Oklahoma State University, University of Central Oklahoma, Northeastern State University and Cameron University.

The University of Oklahoma is a coeducational public research university with main campus located in Norman, Oklahoma. The School of Meteorology at the University of Oklahoma is the largest program in the nation. It is ranked No. 1 in the nation in mesoscale and severe storm research and is among the top seven of the nearly 100 institutions that grant degrees in atmospheric science.

The University of Central Oklahoma (UCO) is the state's third largest university, behind the University of Oklahoma and Oklahoma State University. UCO has the largest undergraduate Computing Science program in the state, which is accredited by ABET.

Northeastern State University (NSU) is Oklahoma's fourth-largest public four-year institution and one of six regional institutions governed by the Regional University System of Oklahoma board. NSU boasts the only College of Optometry in the state, and the largest enrollment of Native American students of any public institution of higher education by both percentage and amount.

Cameron University (CU) is the largest four-year higher education institution in Southwest Oklahoma and located in Lawton. The University experienced historic enrollment growth in 2009-10, serving more than 6,000 students, and recording the university's largest full-time equivalent enrollment ever. CU's enrollment rose by 13 percent in Fall 2009, the largest of any Oklahoma college.

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