The University of Oklahoma is the second of the large state schools that we drove through, as part of our four state college road trip. The day before, we did a quick survey of the University of Arkansas.
The University of Oklahoma is located in Norman, just south of Oklahoma City. We passed through on the way between the University of Tulsa and Austin College. Unlike Arkansas, which is on a hill, the Oklahoma campus is on flat ground, nestled within the city of Norman. The Campus boasted old and substantial red brick buildings built in the Cherokee Gothic style, a derivative of the popular Collegiate Gothic. Evans Hall, the administration building completed in 1912, serves as good example.
Please support this blog by clicking on my Amazon Link before buying anything.