ECU at a Glance:
Undergraduate Enrollment: 4,893
States Represented: 31
Out-of-State Students: 10.6%
Countries Represented: 36
Student to Faculty Ratio: 24 to 1
Average Class Size: 21
PhDs in Faculty: 68%
Male/Female Ratio: 5:7
Undergraduate Majors: 71
Year Founded: 1909
Student Organizations: 80+
Athletics: 13 sports; NCAA Division II
Mascot: Roary the Tiger
School Colors: Orange & Black
Campus Size: 140 Acres
Area Location: Ada, Oklahoma
Reasons to Join the ECU STEP Program
Opportunities for conducting undergraduate research in science and mathematics represent an exciting way to enhance your college learning experience at East Central University, while earning money to help meet the costs of college. Students who work with a faculty member on a research project come away with a more "hands-on" practical knowledge of their major, as well as valuable experience that can help land that first job or admission to the graduate school of their choice.
To be eligible for this program, applicants must:
- Be an underrepresented or minority graduating high school senior
- Have been admitted to East Central University
- Have a minimum ACT score of 20, or be admitted alternatively with a requirement to participate in the bridge program
- Be planning to major in a STEM discipline (Science, Technology, Engineering & Math)
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