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Oklahoma State University - college of Engineering Architecture and Technology

Oklahoma State University - college of Engineering Architecture and Technology

Oklahoma State University - college of Engineering Architecture and Technology


The College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology is a community of scholars, innovators, and leaders who are changing the world. We are committed to training leaders and professionals who innovate, design and build a resilient and sustainable local, regional, and world economy.


Today's students are the intellectual capital that will drive innovation in the future, and we place the highest priority on providing our students with an outstanding education to help them succeed in their long-term career goals and aspirations.


The research landscape in the College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology is spanning the distance in so many ways. The goal of all our research endeavors is to create impact through a growing research enterprise that engages faculty and students in funded federal, state and industry-based innovation.


Our Extension units bring OSU to the community and make a difference in people's lives with education, support and better fire protection.

Campus Features

Find your community

Campus life empowers leaders to grow and gain real-world experience. With more than 500 student clubs and organizations, students can choose from a diverse set of communities and opportunities. Whether it involves culture, leadership, art, or service, there is room for all students to thrive within our Cowboy family.

Enhance your college experience through intentional opportunities.

Create Community

Engage in opportunities that enhance your sense of belonging.

Get Involved

Create life-long connections to the Cowboy Family.

Find Support

Navigate your college experience through resources to support your future.


We call Stillwater home and we invite YOU to do the same.

Living on campus is one of the best ways to make friends and join the community. Students live in centrally located on-campus housing. Choose your roommate(s) or let us help you find a roommate based on your interests, habits, and schedule preferences.


With over 30 dining options on campus, there is something for everyone!

Flexible meal plans offer you the freedom to choose how, when, and what you eat. From convenience stores to cafeterias, from national franchises to sit-down restaurants, there is something for every taste and dietary need.

Be Well

Everything you need to stay active, healthy, and comfortable

We are committed to making OSU America’s healthiest campus. Need a workout? Visit the Colvin Recreation Center and its 240,000 square feet of recreation options. Or check out the Seretean Wellness Center for personal fitness training, nutrition lessons, and counseling.


    Apply Now for Undergraduate Admission

    Complete your application to be considered for undergraduate admission and all OSU scholarships!

    OSU Application

    Applications are currently open for students who are applying to the Stillwater or Tulsa campuses for:

    • Fall 2023
    • Spring 2024
    • Summer and fall 2024

    Common Application

    Applications will open Aug. 1 for all first-time freshmen who are applying to the Stillwater campus for:

    • Spring 2024
    • Summer 2024
    • Fall 2024

    Graduate Application

    All graduate applications begin here.

    Please complete your application by following these steps:

    • Create a new account
    • Complete the application
    • Submit required support documents
    • Pay the application fee

    Visa Requirements

    How to apply for a student visa

    It’s important to apply for your student visa as soon as possible. Processing times for visa issuance vary and may require additional time due to security checks.

    • Your Form I-20 will be emailed to you. Pay the $350 SEVIS fee if this is your first time applying for an F-1 student visa (some students with a previous Form I-20 and F-1 visa will also have to pay this fee). Click here for instructions. Your SEVIS Identification number is listed on your Form I-20 and begins with the first number after the letter “N”. Be sure to print out a copy of your SEVIS fee receipt at the time of payment and staple it to the back of your OSU I-20. The printed confirmation will serve as proof of payment for the I-901 SEVIS fee.
    • Make sure your passport is valid.
    • Follow the U.S. Embassy/Consulate’s instructions to schedule an interview for your F-1 student visa.
    • Complete the Form DS-160 Nonimmigrant visa application form.
    • Pay the visa application fee.
    • Read all information on the Form I-20 carefully and sign the first page of the Form I-20, and provide the information requested if under 18 years of age.
    • Attend your scheduled visa interview.

    What is the SEVIS Fee?

    SEVIS is the Student and Exchange Visitor Information System. It is an internet-based system that maintains data on foreign students and exchange visitors before and during their stay in the United States. It is administered by the Bureau of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) within the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). The SEVIS fee is a one-time fee that MUST be paid by all new students entering the country on an F-1 or J-1 visa. The revenue from the fee is used to support the SEVIS program.

    You do not need to pay the $350 SEVIS fee if you are transferring schools, extending your program, applying for an F-2 dependent visa, or have paid this fee and been denied a visa within the last 12 months.

    Documents needed for VISA interview

    • Valid Passport.
    • Form I-20.
    • Evidence of admission at OSU (letter provided in the front of this package).
    • Evidence of your financial ability to pay for your education (bank statement).
    • SEVIS fee receipt.
    • Any other documentation your embassy/consulate requires.

    Canadian citizens can enter the United States without having an entry visa, but Canadian citizens must obtain a Form I-20 or DS-2019 and pay the SEVIS fee before entering the United States.

    Scholarships and Funding

    Almost all doctoral students are supported by a graduate teaching or research assistantships which come with a tuition waiver and a minimum stipend of $2,300 per month. Many Masters students also receive graduate teaching or research assistantships. Students are responsible for university and college fees. If a non-resident student enrolls in 20 credit hours in a year, they will be responsible for approximately $6,800 in fees. Additional scholarships are also available in the college and individual schools.

    Alumni Statistics


    Overall University Rankings

    We're more than proud of the recognition OSU has received from organizations all across the nation.

    Top 100 public school in U.S.

    U.S. News and World Report named Oklahoma State University​​ a Top 100 Public School in the 2022 Best College Rankings list.

    #1 Online College in Oklahoma ranks OSU among the Best Online Colleges in Oklahoma of 2023

    Top % of Best Colleges in America

    Oklahoma State University ranked in the top 15% of Best Colleges in 2023 by College Factual

    Top 50 public universities in U.S. and #1 in state named Oklahoma State University in its top-50 list of public universities nationally for 2017, and first in Oklahoma among public colleges and universities.

    Top 10 state colleges for nonresidents

    "The Best State Schools for Out-of-Staters," Money Magazine, 2017

    #2 online college in Oklahoma’s Top Colleges

    #4 best online bachelor degree in U.S.

    "Best Online Bachelor's Degree Programs", 2019

    Top 100 “Smartest Public Colleges in America”

    Yahoo Finance, 2015

    #92 Best College in the U.S.

    "Rankings of U.S. Public Colleges," Buffalo Business First, 2016

    Student Testimonials


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