|Ethnicity Breakdown||Asian||Black||Caucasian||Hispanic||Middle Eastern||Native American||Pacific Islander|
|University of Oklahoma-Norman Campus Students||7%||14%||58%||19%||1%||16%||1%|
|All Bold.org College Students||11%||21%||37%||25%||2%||2%||1%|
These schools are similar to University of Oklahoma-Norman Campus in key aspects like size, setting, and academics.
96% of students
The campus is a good size, its big but not over the top big. The sporting events are super fun to go to and the social life and atmosphere is perfect. The school offers many resources to make sure you succeed.
They recently just took the out of state grant away from Texas students. If you had really good grades and you are from out of state, they would give you in state tuition.
There's so much opportunity to seek and experience out here at the University of Oklahoma! New connections and groups to be a part of, not only will it help you while you go through college, but it can help when you graduate from the educational institution and seek your intended professional occupation.
There will be moments throughout the year where opportunities can come to you, but it's up to you to take the chance at something! This can compare to you being in charge of your own destiny, owning up to what you want to do, and having fun with it.
The college experience is what you make of it. It can be so easy to fall into a loop where you feel isolated, but you have to make the effort to make it worth your time and expand your network. I have had highs and lows since it is my first year, but experiences bring lessons to be learned.
The dorms are not the best and the food can get repetitive.
The University of Oklahoma has offered me and numerous students access to one of the best institutions for academia. I have met so many great people and leaders from around the country and have gotten so involved on campus. I have grown both professionally and personally.
The food options are minimum and repetitiveness gets annoying. It's hard to find your group of people quickly so overcompensating to make friends damage mental health.
Lots of resources if you’re willing to venture out, constant vendors and club booths on campus to check out, variety of food and drink.
Far walk from dorms to everything else, minimal counseling after tragic events.
Everyone is very welcoming and professors are always willing to help
It is very expensive with limiting opportunities of scholarships on campus