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By offering hundreds of majors, including programs that are among the most innovative in the nation.
Nearly 40,000 students are enrolled at a RUSO institution.
The RUSO 2010-11 graduating class will earn more than $20 billion in income over their lifetime.
Our four-year institutions offer degrees ranging from education and pharmacy to forensic science, optometry and aviation.
The estimated return on investment for public higher education is $4.72 for every $1.00 of state funding.
38% of all Oklahoma college graduates are from a regional university.
Public higher education’s impact on Oklahoma’s economy is $9.22 billion annually and supports more than 85,000 Oklahoma jobs
In addition to campuses and satellite locations around the state, RUSO campuses have or are in the process of placing nearly 80 complete degree programs online.
Nearly 43 percent of regional university students graduate without any college debt—the eighth lowest debt average in the nation.
The largest industries in Oklahoma are being addressed by regional institutions.
In 2013, the average annual cost of attendance at a regional system university was $11,637 compared to $23,200 nationally as reported by CNN Money.
RUSO universities began at or near statehood for teacher preparation.