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Campus Life

Residence Hall Pioneer Point Western's Cafe Wellness Center Altus Community
Student Housing Pioneer Point Food Service Wellness Center Altus Community

Residential living on the Western Oklahoma State College campus began in August of 1999, when the residence hall opened its doors to students. It consists of bi-level east and west wings, housing a capacity of 96 students. To be eligible for residence, a student must enroll in a minimum of six credit hours.

Current residence hall rooms are designed with built-in drawers, two closet areas, two desks with chairs, two dressers and a shower in every room. All rooms are provided with local telephone service. Click here for more dorm information.

Western's new dormitory is a 40-bed residential hall. The dormitory is located directly east of the current facility on campus. 

Students living on Western Oklahoma State College's campus enjoy weekday cafe-style meals provided by Food Service, free local phone service and basic cable, on-site laundry facilities, and a dorm security agent on call from 8 p.m. to 4 a.m.

Access to Western's state-of-the-art Wellness Center is also provided at no additional charge. Although summer and winter hours vary, the center is open Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. - 7 p.m. The Wellness Center is closed on days when the college is closed.

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What is Western Oklahoma State College?

  • About

    Western Oklahoma State College, established as Altus Junior College in 1926, is the oldest original municipal two-year college still in existence in Oklahoma...
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  • Vision

    Western Oklahoma State College aspires to be the outstanding and innovative community college known for its focus on student success and its service to community and regional development.
  • Mission

    The mission of Western Oklahoma State College is to provide high quality education while ensuring equity, supporting student success, and empowering individuals to become productive members of diverse local, regional, and global communities.