Home of the University of Oklahoma
The Michael F. Price College of Business is ranked as one of the nation’s top business schools at the undergraduate and graduate levels, and the entrepreneurship program ranks in the top two in the nation among all public universities.
Home of the Sooners…
Our schools, major sporting events, mild climate, excellent transportation, growing economy, and proximity to a major metropolitan area all combine to make Norman a great place to live, work and play.
“#2 least expensive place to live in the U.S.” – COLI, 2014
Norman residents enjoy a high quality of life yet an extremely low cost of living, with the average home cost at 30% less than the national average.
Central U.S. Location
Norman is part of a metro population of 1.3 million with connections to more than 80 million people within a 500 mile radius and access to major interstates I-35 and I-40.
Providing quality and compassionate health care services and education, the Norman Regional Health System (NRHS) serves the regional Norman community extending throughout south central Oklahoma.
A Growing Weather Industry…
The National Weather Center houses a unique conglomerate of the University of Oklahoma, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and state organizations that work together in partnership to improve understanding of events occurring in Earth’s atmosphere over a wide range of time and space scales.
When selecting a site for relocating your business, consider what makes good business sense. Norman, Oklahoma derives its value proposition from … read more
Norman works for businesses… To support the existing business industry, the Norman Economic Development Coalition (NEDC) has established the Norman … read more