Health Sciences Center - Oklahoma City
The College of Dentistry is strategically situated in the heart of a vibrant, attractive and well-appointed Health Sciences campus environment. An internationally prominent faculty, state-of-the-art facilities and new technology combine to make the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center a leader in education, research and patient care. The campus includes seven colleges and is one of only four comprehensive academic health centers in the nation. Additional colleges include: the College of Allied Health; the College of Medicine; the Fran and Earl Ziegler College of Nursing; the College of Pharmacy and the College of Public Health. The OU Health Sciences Center serves approximately 4,000 students in more than 70 undergraduate and graduate degree programs on campuses in Oklahoma City and Tulsa.
Dental students have convenient extended-hours access to both the Robert M. Bird Library, with its vast study areas and media resources as well as the David L. Boren Student Union, with its facilities for fitness, student services, dining and leisure. Adjacent to the College of Dentistry is the Basic Sciences Education Building that houses research, laboratory and classroom space. Two blocks away are the on-campus Village Apartments for students who wish to live within walking-distance from campus.
Schusterman Center - Tulsa
Third and fourth-years dental students have the opportunity to finish their degree in Tulsa, Oklahoma at the Schusterman Center, located on OU-Tulsa's campus. For more information on OU-Tulsa and its facilities, visit ou.edu/tulsa.
Oklahoma City offers all of the culture, cuisine, attractions and amenities you'd expect in a modern metropolis and continues to grow at a rapid pace. Our campus is just a few minutes from the city center and nearby Bricktown, an early-day warehouse area transformed into one of the fastest growing entertainment district in the Southwest. Next door is the Chesapeake Energy Arena, home to the Oklahoma City Thunder NBA team, live concerts and world-class events.
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The 2nd largest city in Oklahoma and the 47th most populous in the U.S. at approximately 1 million people, Tulsa, once known as the “oil capital of the world”, attracts people from every walk of life wanting to live even just a slice of their life on Tulsa Time.
Aside from being a place of opportunity, Tulsa boasts an impressive amount of art deco architecture that goes toe to toe with the largest cities, a half billion-dollar park ranked best in the U.S. that beckons to be explored by all, a rich history of music that inspired a genre named after the city and so much more. There’s just no place quite like T-Town.
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