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The Academic Resource Center provides peer tutoring as well as online tutoring through at no expense to the student. Both of these resources can be utilized for writing help as well as for help with most other courses in a way that meets the needs of each individual student.

The average class size is 16 students.

Research suggests that students spend around 3 hours of study time for each credit hour.

FAFSA should be completed as soon as possible after October 1st for the following fall semester.

There are $4.5 million dollars in scholarships awarded every year. Those include academic, athletic, foundation and Oklahoma State Regent scholarships. For more information, visit

We have many clubs and student organizations on campus for you to become an active member. Below is a list of some of the organizations currently at OPSU. For more information go to,

  • AITP
  • FFA
  • HALO
  • History Club
  • Images
  • NAfME
  • OAEA
  • OIL
  • PBL
  • Science Club
  • Shooting Sports
  • Student Ambassadors
  • Women in Ag

The University has a partnership with Goodwell Police Department (GPD), who provide a 24/7 presence on our campus with additional nightly patrols.

Yes. Students are required to live on campus until they are academically a sophomore. For more information, visit

Currently, about 1/3 of OPSU students live on-campus.

After asking people across the OPSU campus, these are the ideas about the University strengths that were most prevalent:

  • Small class sizes
  • Strong community
  • Affordable
  • Students’ academic advisors are professors in their area of study
  • Integrated partnership with local community
  • High number of internships available to students
  • Local business’ as well as business run by university alum, actively recruit graduates from OPSU