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Chancellor Glen D. JohnsonWelcome From Chancellor Glen D. Johnson

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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Higher Education News

November 12, 2020 - Growth of Concurrent Enrollment Reflects Value of Program for Students, Families

Participation in the state system of higher education’s concurrent enrollment program has nearly doubled in the last decade, and in the previous academic year, more than 14,000 students from Oklahoma high schools enrolled in concurrent courses, generating nearly 133,000 student credit hours.

November 5, 2020 - State Regents Approve Budget Request, Legislative Agenda

The Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education voted Thursday to request $859.2 million for FY 2022 to fund several critical areas, including workforce initiatives, expansion of concurrent enrollment, and state match for the Endowed Chairs Program.

October 23, 2020 - Statement From Chancellor Glen D. Johnson Regarding the Retirement of Oklahoma State University President Burns Hargis

"Burns Hargis has been a transformational president at Oklahoma State University. He has also been a tireless and effective advocate for higher education and the life-changing value of a college degree."

October 22, 2020 - Sen. Gary Stanislawski Receives Higher Education Distinguished Service Award

Oklahoma State Sen. Gary Stanislawski was recognized with a 2019 Distinguished Service Award for Higher Education during today’s meeting of the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education.

October 20, 2020 – OK Energy Industry Partners With Education Sector to Develop Next Generation Workforce

The Oklahoma Energy Workforce Consortium engaged higher education, CareerTech, common education, and government to create a pipeline of talented, diverse individuals to meet future needs in the state’s energy sector.

Highlights

COVID-19 Campus Resources

State System COVID-19 FAQs (PDF, 169k)

Campus Response to COVID-19 (last updated 11/12/20) (PDF, 403k)

Job Opportunities

Administrative Rules (proposed changes)

2020 Chancellor Hans Brisch Scholars Announced

2019 Economic Impact Study (RegionTrack Report) (external PDF)

Oklahoma Study Abroad (opens in new window)

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Remediation Rates by High School.

Fast Facts

For every dollar of state appropriations invested, the state system of higher education generates $9.40 in economic output.

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 54 percent over the last nine years.

U.S. News and World Report ranks Oklahoma tuition and fees as 12th lowest in the nation.