2400 West Shawnee Street
Muskogee, Oklahoma 74401
In March 1993, NSU opened a 22-acre campus for upper division and graduate level coursework in Muskogee. Muskogee is an economic center for eastern Oklahoma and operates the Port of Muskogee on the Arkansas River which is accessible from the Gulf of Mexico. After the passage of the Indian Removal Act of 1830, the Creek Indians settled in Muskogee, which was the site for meetings among the leaders of the Five Civilized Tribes. Muskogee offers its diverse citizens a historic business district, several museums including the Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame, and Honor Heights Park where the annual Azalea Festival is held each April.
The NSU-Muskogee facility houses traditional and weekend academic programs, as well as NSU’s growing health professions programming. Seminars, conferences and continuing education courses are also provided on an ongoing basis. The 27,000 square foot building contains 12 classrooms, houses a Speech Pathology Clinic in partnership with the McAlester Scottish Rite, library/media center, a computer lab, faculty/administrative offices, vending lounge, a beautiful commons area and a 155+ seat auditorium.
The Mike Synar Center, a 40,000 square foot facility, opened in August 2001. This state-of-the-art building consists of classrooms, conference rooms, vending and exhibit areas. The Rotunda Commons features an exhibit commemorating the life and achievements of the late United States Congressman Mike Synar. In addition to the Rotunda, there is a gathering place for students and visitors in the spacious two-level lounge.
NSU Muskogee campus is a bridge between professional education and the professional world. The campus is the ideal facility to promote professional activity and stimulate economic growth for the community in a pleasant setting that offers all the elements for a conference, retreat or working meeting. For additional information on meeting room rates and availability, call (918) 683-0040.
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