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OU is renowned for its impressive Cherokee Gothic architecture, which lends the campus a welcoming, collegiate feeling and plenty of smiling, friendly faces. Students can relax or study everywhere on OU’s stunning park-like campus which is dotted with fountains, benches and sculpture. Most recently, OU was named one of the nations's top 10 most impressive historic college campuses, ranked next to institutions like Princeton and University of California Berkeley.

OU is home to world-class scholars, innovative students, and a breathtaking campus. Visit our world-renowned art collection in the Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art or gaze at the 26 foot tall Apatosaurus at the Sam Noble Museum of Natural History. With an abundance of arts, culture, athletics, and other entertainment at OU, you'll never run out of things to do!