Future Students

Thank you for your interest in East Central University! We look forward to getting to know you and introducing our campus to you. No matter what career you are seeking or educational foundation, you can get there from ECU. With an average student population if 4,400, the average class size is only 22 students, allowing for communication and collaboration with caring professors.

At ECU, we also understand that all learning does not happen in the classroom, as a Tiger, you’ll have hands-on learning opportunities and more than 70 student organizations for you to be involved in. At East Central University, you’ll get a quality education and have a great time, too. 

Honors Program

 

Living on Campus

 

What's Happening @ECUTIGERS

Check out the Chickasaw Nation Arts & Humanities production of A Tuna Christmas now through Saturday! For tickets call 580-272-5520.The Family & Consumer Sciences Dept with the help of campus and community members learned how to make the FCS signature fruit pies this weekend. Not only did everyone get to make and take a pie but we also got to help make the pies being donated to the Annual Thanksgiving Dinner. Don't forget to come and enjoy a free meal Monday from 4:30-8:30pm at the Agra Plex in Ada. The meal is hosted by ECU's Human Services Club and many area volunteers. Everyone is welcome to attend this community wide celebration! #FCSpiesYUM #ECUTigers #hearourroar #ECUTigersFCS #ECUTigersHumanServices #AnnualThanksgivingDinnerThere is still time to order a homemade Thanksgiving pie from ECU's Family & Consumer Sciences Dept! Order online for a pick up the Tuesday before Thanksgiving. Order online now! https://ecufoods.wixsite.com/piesales2018
#ECUTigers #hearourroar #FCSpiesYUMCongrats to the Fall 2018 class of the Oklahoma Gamma Chapter of Alpha Chi Honor Society! 89 ECU Tigers were inducted into the national honor society tonight! #ECUTigers #hearourroar #ECUTigersAlphaChi

 

East Central University - Your Future Choice !

 

testimonial

Over the past year I have learned a lot from working at the Robert S. Kerr Environmental Research Center in Ada, Oklahoma. I can honestly say that what I have learned while participating in the ERAP will help me in a future career.

Justin Groves, ERAP student '06-'07

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