March 10, 1972
Governor David Hall signs Senate Bill 461 establishing the college
the Oklahoma College of Osteopathic Medicine and Surgery
-- the first free-standing, state-supported
in the nation.
June 1, 1974
Linda L. Logan becomes the first college librarian until her retirement in February, 1993.
The permanent campus on the west bank of the Arkansas River is occupied.
July 1, 1988
The college becomes the ninth college of Oklahoma State University and the name is changed to the College of Osteopathic Medicine of Oklahoma State University (COM-OSU). The name Oklahoma State University College of Medicine (OSU-COM) was adopted a few years later.
The Medical Library expands and moves to its present site.
The Chapman Computer Laboratory was opened in the Medical Library.
Gov. Keating signed the measure creating OSU Center for Health Sciences.
The osteopathic teaching hospital, then known as Tulsa Regional Medical Center, celebrates its 60th anniversary.
Gov. Brad Henry signed a 50-year affiliation agreement between Oklahoma State University College of Osteopathic Medicine and Tulsa Regional Medical Center. Tulsa Regional Medical Center is renamed Oklahoma State University Medical Center.
OSU-CHS opens doors to new Forensic and Biomedical Sciences Research Labs.
Renovations of clinical sciences areas, auditoriums, library, anatomy lab, utilities and IT infrastructure were completed.
OSU College of Osteopathic Medicine welcomes 115 first-year medical students, the largest class in its 40-year history.
David Money retires after 34 years of distinguised service as Reference Librarian.