Northeastern State University

The oldest institution of higher learning in the state of Oklahoma, Northeastern State University (NSU) was established in 1851.  NSU is the fourth largest university in Oklahoma with 900 staff members and a graduating class of 1,813 students during the past academic year.

The university currently enrolls 9,261 undergraduate and graduate students. NSU offers a variety of degrees and programs in five areas: (1) Business & Technology, (2) Liberal Arts, (3) Education, (4) Optometry, and (5) Health & Science Professions. With a team of dedicated faculty and staff, students are empowered to become socially responsible in today’s challenging global society.

There are three campuses in northeastern Oklahoma- the main campus in Tahlequah and branch campuses in Muskogee and Broken Arrow.