Oklahoma City is a great place to live, work and play. We have a low cost of living, a strong economy and have been identified as the “Best Place to Launch a Small Business.” Oklahoma City is the state capitol and our thriving business community is home to major employer’s in oil and gas, medical research and aerospace, just to name a few. The U.S. Olympic Canoe, Kayak and Rowing training facilities and the NBA Thunder and located here. But that’s not all! With football, baseball, hockey and the Oklahoma City Memorial Marathon, called one of the most inspirational road races in the country, there is something for every sports fan. We have even hosted the PGA a time or two. There are great restaurants, art, theater, music, history and heritage all located in the heart of Oklahoma. We have a lot to offer so check Oklahoma City out!
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Exploring Oklahoma City
Oklahoma City University is located in the heart of Oklahoma City just north of downtown and just down the street from the state Capitol. Oklahoma City is a thriving and diverse community offering something for everyone. Begin exploring Oklahoma City today and learn more about all it has to offer. For additional resources visit the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber.
On Campus Housing
If you’re looking for the convenience of on-campus living, housing for graduate and professional students is available through the Oklahoma City University Department of Residence Life and at Cokesbury Apartments, a gated community located just across the street from the School of Law.
Off Campus Housing
Rental housing and real estate in the campus’ proximity is reasonably priced when compared to larger population centers and college towns. Residential neighborhoods near Oklahoma City Unviersity offer a variety of family and single resident housing options for both sale and rent. And, many apartment complexes offer discounts to law students.
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Looking to Buy?
Get a start by visiting the Oklahoma City area realtors web site. The Office of Admissions is also compiling a list of realtors referred by other incoming 1Ls, current law students, or alumni. These realtors are not investigated or endorsed by the law school, but we are happy to share these names for you to consider. If you have a referral, please notify us and we will add your realtor to the list.
**It is very important that you allow yourself enough time to relocate to Oklahoma City, find housing and get your personal affairs in order before Orientation and Legal Analysis begins. You will be extremely busy during the first few weeks of school (including Orientation Week). Make sure you give yourself time to take care of moving in, setting up utilities, finding the grocery store, and learning your way around the city before classes begin.