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OSUIT Named Top Affordable School in Oklahoma
OSU Institute of Technology was recently identified as being the most affordable schools in Oklahoma for a bachelor's degree by Affordable Schools, at
Ashleigh Bentz, Orthotic & Prosthetic Technologies graduate with prosthetic Barbie doll.
OSUIT Graduate Donates Nearly 600 Barbies to Children at St. Louis Hospital
Ashleigh Bentz, OSUIT Orthotic & Prosthetic Technologies graduate, donated nearly 600 Barbie dolls with prosthetics and wheelchairs to patients at the Shriners Hospitals for Children in St. Louis, Missouri.
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Stretching Out the New Year, New Fitness Class Offered on Campus
OSU Institute of Technology has added a new fitness classed called Yoga Sculpt to the Spring 2020 semester.
Join us for Chef's Table with Chef Joel Bein on February 4, 2020.
Join us for Chef's Table with Chef Joel Bein on February 4, 2020.
Join us for Chef's Table with Chef Joel Bein on February 4, 2020. Chef Joel Bein's love of cooking began as soon as he could reach a stove. With a father from Brooklyn and mother from New Orleans, his culinary background is diverse.
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Nine out of ten 
OSUIT students get hired before graduation

Our Associate in Applied Science combines classwork and real-world experiences in an affordable program. Answer the call, and be true to you at OSUIT.

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Located in America’s heartland, OSUIT partners with global corporations to develop academic coursework and practical training environments using industry-caliber equipment to create a seamless classroom to career transition.


OSUIT is a leader in workforce and economic development for the state of Oklahoma. By providing customized industry training, certificate programs, adult and continuing education, and employability skills, we are creating career pathways that will bridge our nation’s skills gap.


Nationally recognized as a military-friendly university, OSU Institute of Technology is proud of a long heritage of serving veterans since 1946. OSUIT works with service men and women to discover how their military skills and experiences can transfer into college credits and helps them determine the degree program that will best suit their needs and experiences.