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Message from the Associate Vice President

We're proud to offer various outreach and comprehensive support services programs to assist first-generation, low-income, and underrepresented students in higher education, including those with disabilities. Join us in fostering a diverse and inclusive academic community!

Federal and Sponsored Research Programs

Upward Bound (UB)

Discover your potential with Upward Bound – a dynamic college preparatory program tailored to boost your academic skills and ignite motivation for a journey beyond high school education. Ready to embark on this transformative experience? Join us!

Student Support Services (SSS)

Empower your college journey with Student Support Services (SSS), a federally funded TRIO program dedicated to providing essential support at the college level. Let us be your guide to success – join SSS today!

McNair Scholars Program

Embark on your journey to graduate school with the McNair Scholars program! As a federally funded TRIO Program, we offer encouragement, guidance, and mentorship to underrepresented students. Let's pave the way to your academic success together!

Orange Strides: Talent Search

Get ready to pursue your dreams with Orange Strides: Talent Search! This program is your gateway to college and career preparation, offering academic skills and motivation for those eager to pursue education beyond high school. Let's chart your path to success!

OK-LSAMP

Unlock your potential in STEM with the OK-LSAMP initiative! Tailored for a dedicated group of students pursuing majors in science, technology, engineering, mathematics, and pre-health professions, this program is your key to success. Let's embark on this journey together!


OSU to celebrate 75th anniversary of Nancy Randolph Davis’ enrollment OSU to celebrate 75th anniversary of Nancy Randolph Davis’ enrollment Jan 30

A pioneer who broke racial barriers at Oklahoma State University, Nancy Randolph Davis will be honored on the 75th anniversary of her historic enrollment. The campus community is invited to commemorate the 75th anniversary of Davis’ enrollment as the first Black student at OSU during a celebration on Feb. 29, 2024.

Master's student awarded admittance into AAMFT Minority Fellowship Program Master's student awarded admittance into AAMFT Minority Fellowship Program Nov 27

Marriage and family therapy student Harmony Nelson was accepted into the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy Minority Youth Fellowship Program.

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