Collier's New Encyclopedia (1921)/Oklahoma Agricultural and Mechanical College
OKLAHOMA AGRICULTURAL AND MECHANICAL COLLEGE, an institution maintained by State and Federal appropriations to encourage the study of scientific agriculture and electrical and mechanical engineering. It is situated at Stillwater, Okla., and in 1914-1915 had an enrollment of over twenty-three hundred. In addition to the university where courses in home economics, science and literature are given in addition to those already mentioned there are also a summer school, a cotton school and a secondary school. The latter gives a three year course admitting to the university.