Tahlequah Campus

Northeastern State University's main campus is located in Tahlequah which lies in the heart of Oklahoma's Green Country and nestled at the foot of the Ozark Mountains. The Tahlequah campus is a blend of old and new, where rich history meets modern technology all over campus. NSU traces its roots back to the founding of the original Cherokee National Female Seminary in 1851, establishing us as a leader in education in Oklahoma. Tahlequah is rated as one of America's top small cities, with festivals and cultural events year-round and a quick access to plenty of outdoor attractions such as the Illinois River and Lake Tenkiller.

Broken Arrow Campus

Northeastern State University opened its third campus in 2001 in Broken Arrow. With a strong business base and a fast growing population that recently topped 97,000; Broken Arrow is now the fourth largest city in Oklahoma. Our Broken Arrow students are typically working adults in their late 20s and early 30s. NSU-Broken Arrow is ideally situated to serve the educational needs of this dynamic community offering 31 undergraduate programs and 17 graduate programs. Our class schedules are designed to maximize a student's time on campus by offering the chance to attend one or two nights a week.

Muskogee Campus

NSU expanded to Muskogee in 1993 when we opened a 27,700 square foot facility on a new 23 acre campus. We have since become an integral part of the Muskogee community, hosting a variety of local events in addition to meeting the needs of about 1,400 students. In Muskogee, we serve upper-level undergraduate and graduate students with an emphasis on Health Sciences such as Occupational Therapy and Nursing. Classes in Muskogee are geared toward working adults who are pursuing their degrees on a part-time basis, with convenient evening, nighttime and online class schedules 

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