Oklahoma City and Tulsa are exciting metropolitan areas to live. With museums and attractions such as the Oklahoma City National Memorial, National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum, and one of the top-rated zoos; fine arts and entertainment such as a philharmonic orchestra, outdoor advent activities including water sports and hiking and biking trails, and professional sports teams including the Oklahoma City Thunder NBA team, Oklahoma has a lot to offer. Oklahoma City and Tulsa have also been rated as two of the best places to live in the country based on the low cost of living and high quality of life. Factors such as an abundance of leisure activities, a spirit of volunteerism, low traffic congestion, low crime rate, low pollution, and low unemployment make these cities attractive areas to live.
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Once a student has been accepted to the University of Oklahoma College of Medicine, the Office of Admissions will send all accepted students an invite to the class Facebook page. This page is a great resource for finding a roommate, posting possible housing opportunities, and getting to know fellow classmates. Other options and information are linked below:
University Village at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences center provides secure and convenient housing for OUHSC students.
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An unofficial guide to the OUHSC campus, put together by the HSC Student Government Association, without input or bias from OU College of Medicine. This guide covers everything that might be helpful to you as a current/incoming student, from a student’s perspective.