Students at Oklahoma State University-Institute of Technology (formerly Oklahoma State University-Okmulgee) are offered associate's degrees in the fields of construction technology, nursing, watch-making, visual communications, precision agriculture, culinary arts, and business, among others. Online courses are also offered for the convenience of distance learners.
Students of OSU Institute of Technology participate in sports such as flag football, racquetball, volleyball, basketball, ultimate frisbee, sand volleyball, softball, dodgeball, walleyball, horseshoe, and soccer. The university is also home to many student clubs and organizations including Phi Theta Kappa, Student Ambassadors, Student Senate, Residence Halls Association, and Association of Information Technology Professionals (AITP).
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