The University of Oklahoma is a comprehensive research university, located on three campuses in Norman, Oklahoma City and Tulsa, which encompasses a broad array of disciplines, ranging from the arts, architecture, chemistry, engineering to meteorology, medicine, microbiology and physics. OU is designated by the Carnegie Foundation as a Highest Research Activity institution, placing it in the highest tier of comprehensive research universities in the nation.
Research at OU
University Research Campus
A collaborative community engaged in research that leads to social, economic and academic advancement – improving the global quality of life.
HSC Research Campus
The goal of the HSC Research Campus is to provide an environment to advance excellence in discovery, creativity, and technology development.
Norman Research Campus
The vision of the Norman Research Campus is to bring academic, public and private sector organizations together in a collaborative environment.
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