NORTHEASTERN STATE UNIVERSITY

United States, Oklahoma

The oldest higher learning institution in Oklahoma, Northeastern State University is a public university. The fields of study at the University are psychology, accounting, criminal justice, cell, and molecular biology; nursing, business administration, health, and human performance, and elementary education. NSU offers 69 undergraduate degrees, 18 graduate degrees, and 13 pre-professional programs in five colleges. There is also a distance-learning program, by which students who cannot attend the university due to any obligations can complete courses via the internet. The university offers a lot of scholarships and financial aid. The student to faculty ratio is 26 to 1.  

Campus Life

The university has three main campuses namely Tahlequah, Muskogee, and Broken Arrow. The Tahlequah campus offers a Greek life, scenic grounds, historic buildings, and is a blend where rich history meets modern technology. It has seven residence halls on campus with a lot of on-campus and nearby activities. The Muskogee campus is a 27000 sq ft facility on a 23-acre campus. It offers junior, senior, and graduate-level students offering programs in sciences. The Broken Arrow is the third campus with 60 classrooms, 12 science labs, and 8 computer labs with modern equipment and facilities for teaching and research.   

Noted Alumni

The list of Northeastern State University alumni includes notable alumni, faculty, and former students. Some of them are Billy Bock, late baseball coach; Rosie Manning, NFL player; Dennis Letts, actor; Shawntel Smith, Miss America 1996; Bob Ballinger, lawyer; Ted Risenhoover, former U.S. Representative; and the list continues.