Students “just swell with school pride” when they talk about the University of Oklahoma. They note, for example, that this “dynamic,” “affordable,” and “very research-oriented” institution reels in a slew of national merit scholars. They extol the “extensive” study abroad program. The meteorology program is “outstanding.” “The engineering facilities are fantastic,” and the campus as a whole is “gorgeous” and “well-kept.” “The library is beautiful,” reports a journalism major. “I could live in there.” Like at any similar “big-time university,” “the education here is what you make of it.” “Anyone who truly wants to learn and achieve can find all sorts of opportunities.”
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