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As chancellor of the Oklahoma State System of Higher Education, I welcome you to the official website of the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education. You will find a wealth of information about our 25 public colleges and universities, student financial aid, how to prepare for college, the benefits of higher education and much more.  I hope you find your visit to our website enjoyable and informative.

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February 13, 2018 - Students, Higher Education Representatives Gather at State Capitol for Higher Education Day

Students, faculty and representatives from Oklahoma’s public colleges and universities gathered at the state Capitol Tuesday to promote the value and importance of higher education in the state.

February 13, 2018 - State Regents Accept Report of the Task Force on the Future of Higher Education

At their Feb. 1, 2018 meeting, the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education unanimously accepted the Task Force on the Future of Higher Education’s Report on the Future of Higher Education, which outlines the task force’s assessment process and recommendations to strengthen Oklahoma public higher education. The report was unanimously approved by the task force at the Jan. 31 meeting.

February 1, 2018 - Ten Oklahoma High Schools Named Scholarship Champs

Ten Oklahoma high schools have been named “Oklahoma’s Promise 2017 State Champions” by the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education. The schools lead the state in the number of graduates who met the requirements to receive a scholarship through Oklahoma’s Promise, a state program that allows students from families whose annual income is $55,000 or less to earn a scholarship for college tuition.

January 31, 2018 - State Regents' Task Force on the Future of Oklahoma Higher Education Approves Task Force Report

Following months of discussion and analysis, the State Regents’ Task Force on the Future of Higher Education unanimously approved its Report on the Future of Higher Education, which outlines the task force’s assessment process and recommendations to strengthen Oklahoma public higher education. Formed by the State Regents in March 2017, the task force examined system operations, including academic models, online education, structure, fiscal services and operational efficiencies, workforce development, and information technology. Task force members approved recommendations from the four subcommittees at the Dec. 6, 2017 meeting.


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Final Report of the Task Force on the Future of Higher Education.

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Fast Facts

The estimated return on investment for Oklahoma public higher education is $4.72 for every $1 of state funding.

More than 87 percent of Oklahoma residents who graduate with a bachelor's degree remain in the state and are employed in the state one year after graduation.

The number of STEM degrees and certificates conferred by state system institutions has increased 32 percent over the last six years.

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce ranks Oklahoma higher education No. 5 in the nation in affordability.