Cameron University

Cameron University is a four-year, state-funded university located in Lawton, Oklahoma

Cameron University offers more than 50 degrees through two-year, four-year, and graduate programs. The degree programs emphasize the liberal arts, science and technology, and graduate and professional studies. Cameron is the only Oklahoma university which offers associate, bachelor’s, and master’s degrees at one site.
Most courses are offered weekdays and evenings. Cameron uses television, the internet, and a statewide fiber-optics network to deliver classes around the world. Students may participate in independent study, cooperative education, preprofessional studies, teacher certification, and the Army ROTC program. In addition, Cameron offers an honors program, early admission, advanced standing, and college-level examination programs, although 58% of entering students require remedial work with median ACT scores at the ninth percentile.

A wide range of organizations and interest groups are located on campus, including departmental, minority, professional, political, and religious organizations, and various honorary and recognition societies. Students can also become involved in student government, choral groups, a jazz ensemble, theater, or Greek life.

Intercollegiate sports play an important role in Cameron’s campus life. University men play basketball coached by Nathan Gamet, baseball coached by Brady Huston, golf coached by Jerry Hrnciar, cross country coached by Zach Johnson, and tennis coached by James Helvey, while Cameron women participate in basketball coached by Tom Webb, softball coached by Rodney Delong, volleyball coached by Qi Wang, and golf coached by Rick Goodwin. The athletic department is run by Jim Jackson, the Athletic Director, and Kim Vinson, the Associate Athletic Director. Sports information is run by Don Vieth, the Sports Information Director. Cameron competes in the Lone Star Conference of the NCAA’s Division II.