All institutions of higher education supported wholly or in part by direct legislative appropriations shall be integral parts of a unified system to be known as “The Oklahoma State System of Higher Education.” Article XIII-A is probably one of the most important steps this state has taken to improve and better coordinate its public institutions of higher learning. This provision was referred by the legislature to the people after two years of study by a coordinating committee appointed by the governor at that time. There is hereby established the Oklahoma State...
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