Oklahoma State University-Main Campus Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (9)
OSU is awesome college. Students should definitely consider taking admission in this college. The professors and staff is very knowledgeable and helpful. I have gained lot of knowledge.
OSU's College of Veterinary Medicine prepared me to be a practice ready small animal veterinarian. I work both in regular day practice and emergency medicine immediately as a new graduate.
I went to the same college that I went to for my undergraduate degree. Honestly, this was a poor decision. I did not learn much in those 2 years. The graduate program for chemical engineering at OSU is poor.
Overall it's a pretty great place. My only gripe is repeat course material.
Lot of learning mixed in with new best friends and exposure that I wouldn't have had the opportunity to experience if I hadn't gone.
The memories I have established at OSU I will cherish for a lifetime. The campus is beautiful. I would often spend my time studying outside near Theta Pond which provided a serene, relaxed environment. I do not recall having any difficulty finding classes as students were very informative and willing to lend a helping hand. My best advice is to obtain the necessary information to keep you on track to graduate. I had a difficult time and various opinions from advisors regarding classes to take and as a result, registered in two classes that were not required in my degree plan. In addition, enjoy your time in college. Yes, strive for success but at the same time take time to enjoy the years you will spend there. Participate in extracurricular activities. There are so many available posted everywhere on campus you will most certainly find something you enjoy and meet new people in the process. Establish relationships and get to know your professors. They hold the key to enabling you to find a successful career. OSU is a great school. I miss it dearly and go back often to visit. GO POKES!
For anyone who is interested in Wildlife and Environmental studies, this is the perfect school. I suggest going after you already finished your basics at a community college. It is much more inexpensive that way and if you are going to spend that much money, it needs to be because you are doing something you love getting up early every morning to do.
The DVM degree was required for my chosen career of practicing veterinarian. The experience at Okla State was a good one and I feel that I came out of school well prepared. Later I got an additional professional master's degree in epidemiology at UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine and would review it as excellent also.
It was a great experience. It was a large university located in a smaller city so there was a huge emphasis on the college and establishing a sense of community. The atmosphere was very friendly, people were always willing to help whenever there was a need. There were several resources and outreach programs if there was the need for help with classes or tutoring. The college of engineering and architecture was specifically memorable. Professors went above and beyond their work requirements to ensure student got specific help they needed, whether it was coming in over the weekend if a critique was need to helping individuals find job placements (they helped over half of my graduating class find a job). Studios are grouped into manageable sizes to help you become familiar with other students and their work; learning off of each other was also an important aspect to our learning which they cultivated with group project, open critiques, and events that included the entire college.