Colleges and Universities in Oklahoma
The Sooner State is a beautiful place to call home. The growing economy and friendly atmosphere make Oklahoma an ideal place to study and grow. Ohio has eighteen public universities, thirteen community colleges, and seventeen private universities and colleges. Some of the top schools here include Oklahoma State University and the University of Tulsa.
Living in Oklahoma
Oklahoma has just fewer than 3.7 million residents. The population is relatively diverse. The people here are about 71% white, 8% Hispanic or Latino, 8% black, 8% American Indian, and 2% Asian. 81% of Oklahomans over the age of 25 have their high school diploma, and 20%have their bachelor’s degree or higher. The median household income is on the low side at just under $43,000. However, the Oklahoma economy is on an upward trend and costs of living here are very low. The median value of a home is just $70,700, making Oklahoma a great place for a student to become a home owner.
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