Campus Housing

Stillwater, OK
Tuition (in-state)
$19,457 ($7,442)
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4 College Sophomore

Campus Housing: The residential halls are comparatively nice to many other schools. The university has built a variety of halls, so there wouldn't be only the standard dorm room. I lived in an apartment style hall with three roommates, each had our own room and two bathrooms. It was excellent and the apartment complex was always kept clean and the RA's made life there very enjoyable.

5 College Sophomore

Campus Housing: Most people think living on campus, especially in traditional dorms, is one of the worst possible things to ever happen. I, however, would wholeheartedly disagree. I absolutely love living in the dorms. It's close to classes, you get a built in companion with your roommate, there's great places to eat within walking distance, and there's always something going on where you can hang out with your friends or get to know new people. I've only lived in traditional housing so far, and sure my roommate and I didn't always get along, but I always had other friends that were ten feet away that I could go to. That's definitely not an option if you don't live on campus. Pricing really isn't all that bad either; there is a fair range of prices that can fit anyone's budget. Plus, one of the best parts of living on campus, is the built in washers/dryers that are in every residential hall -- did I mention those were free amenities? Housing Portal can be a tad confusing the first time around, or even the second time around, but I have nothing else to compare it to so maybe our's is actually really easy and I'm the dumb one.

4 College Sophomore

Campus Housing: There is a variety of housing options on campus. I lived in the suite style dorms and was very pleased. It was a little farther from my classes, but not enough to complain about. These dorms are pretty clean, relatively new compared to other housing, and nice to live in.

5 College Freshman

Campus Housing: Living on campus includes many perks. It is a lot easier to get involved and laundry services and a full-service kitchen is available in most of the facilities.

3 College Junior

Campus Housing: Campus housing is good. A little expensive if you want your own room, but the Honors dorms are cheap but still nice. OSU does a great job with is residential life leaders, really building a community within each dorm.


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  • 59th
    Best Dorm Atmosphere
  • 203rd
    Most Spacious Dorms
  • 519th
    Cleanest Dorms
  • 1023rd
    Shortest Walk to Class

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