The Oklahoma School of Science and Mathematics is located on a 32-acre campus in Oklahoma City, just south of the Oklahoma State Capitol and across from the medical and research facilities of the Oklahoma Health Center.
Classes for the 100+ junior and senior students are held in the Manning Academic Center, formerly Lincoln Elementary, and students live in the Dan Little Residence Hall. A fully-equipped gymnasium, the Samson Science and Discovery Center with physics and chemistry research laboratories, as well as the Sen. Bernice Shedrick Library are also located on the school’s campus.
The library is the focal point of the OSSM campus and the first building that visitors see when they enter the main gate. Students use the library as a quiet and visually inviting atmosphere in which to study. The library features a boardroom and adjoining kitchenette, conference room, 14 administrative offices, media production room, classroom, campus computer center, security office and space for 50,000 volumes of books and texts. Occasionally, the library accommodates students and parents during special events, as well as allows community groups and businesses to gather for meetings and presentations.
• Adjoining kitchenette
• Conference room
• Media production room
• Campus computer center
• 50,000 volumes of books and texts.
OSSM’s residence hall has more than 62,000 feet of living space for students and faculty families. The Great Hall located on the ground floor has the capacity to seat 500 people and serves as the dining room and study area for students. The basement provides a space for relaxation with billiard and game tables, as well as serves as a storm shelter. An addition to the Residence Hall was completed in 2011, providing 48 new rooms and six additional faculty apartments.
Named in honor of the Tulsa-based Samson Investment Co., the center houses four physics labs, three chemistry labs, a dark room, four preparation rooms, 16 faculty offices, a demonstration lab, eight individual labs and a computer lab, which provide accommodation for students to participate in ongoing research and hands-on learning.
The gym provides equipment for weight training and exercise and also houses volleyball and basketball courts, a weight room, dance/aerobic areas, locker rooms and showers.
Also known as the MAC, the Center contains 19 classrooms, six labs, a computer room, student lounge, auditorium and student reading room. The glass-enclosed atrium is used for office space and student study.
OSSM seeks to meet the individual needs of applicants and current students with disabilities and medical conditions by coordinating and implementing appropriate accommodations and providing resources and services as they relate to academics, residence, dining and campus activities.
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