Best Online Colleges in Oklahoma

By OnlineU Staff | Updated 12/22/2021
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Oklahoma offers online learners the opportunity to pursue degrees at one of 51 degree-granting institutions. Our list ranks the best online colleges in Oklahoma by comparing alumni salaries with tuition costs to measure the return on investment for the online programs at each school. In addition to a ranked list, this page provides insight into financial aid options, accreditation, and employment opportunities for students in Oklahoma.

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RankSchool Annual Tuition Mid-Career Salary
# 1 #1 Southwestern Christian University $12,900 $139,300
# 2 #2 University of Oklahoma-Norman Campus $10,873 $89,400
# 3 #3 Oklahoma State University-Main Campus $12,018 $86,600
# 4 #4 University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center $3,192 $82,600
# 5 #5 Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology $5,735 $79,200
# 6 #6 Cameron University $7,998 $75,000
# 7 #7 Langston University $6,446 $72,900
# 8 #8 Oklahoma State University-Oklahoma City $3,832 $72,100
# 9 #9 Oral Roberts University $11,970 $71,600
# 10 #10 University of Central Oklahoma $5,740 $68,600
# 11 #11 East Central University $5,835 $68,600
# 12 #12 Southeastern Oklahoma State University $8,835 $68,400
# 13 #13 Oklahoma Christian University $23,450 $69,700
# 14 #14 Oklahoma Wesleyan University $13,760 $66,600
# 15 #15 Southern Nazarene University $24,570 $65,400
# 16 #16 Northeastern State University $6,110 $61,900
# 17 #17 Oklahoma Panhandle State University $7,789 $58,300
# 18 #18 Northwestern Oklahoma State University $10,927 $58,300
# 19 #19 Rogers State University $4,560 $57,200
# 20 #20 Bacone College $30,000 $42,500
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2020 Online Colleges in Oklahoma Ranking Details

For each school, we conducted manual research to provide prospective students with more details about the schools' online programs. Explore online degrees offered and accreditation information below.

#1 Southwestern Christian University

  • Annual Tuition: $12,900
  • Median Salary: $139,300
  • Locations: Bethany
  • Accreditation: HLC

Southwestern Christian University (SCU) offers undergraduate programs in flexible formats to meet the needs of working professionals. Programs are available in both flex and online formats, with students choosing between evening and online courses. Bachelor's degrees are offered in business, Christian leadership, management, and social services. Courses are delivered through the SCU student web portal, which also gives distance learners access to administrative information, including course schedules and grades. Additional student support resources include career services, counseling services, and disability services. Students also have access to its Spiritual Life program, which allows each student to formulate a plan to meet their spiritual needs. The goal of this program is to offer opportunities for students to engage in discipleship, prayer, worship, and other spiritual disciplines that enhance their spiritual development.

#2 University of Oklahoma-Norman Campus

  • Annual Tuition: $10,873
  • Median Salary: $89,400
  • Locations: Norman
  • Accreditation: HLC

The University of Oklahoma-Norman Campus (UO-Norman Campus) offers online certificate and degree programs across several academic areas, including administrative leadership, criminal justice, corrections management, lifespan care administration, information studies, natural gas technology, and education. Courses are delivered through the Canvas online learning platform. The university’s ONE web portal gives distance learners access to administrative materials, including course schedules, grades, and transcripts. Online students also have access to the IT help desk, advising, tutoring, the university libraries, the bookstore, career services, health services, and scholarships.

#3 Oklahoma State University-Main Campus

  • Annual Tuition: $12,018
  • Median Salary: $86,600
  • Locations: Stillwater
  • Accreditation: HLC

Oklahoma State University-Main Campus (OSU) offers numerous online programs across all levels, from certificates to doctoral degrees. Programs are offered in fields including agriculture, arts and sciences, education, health, aviation and space, engineering, business, and human sciences. Courses are delivered through the Canvas online learning platform. The university’s myOKSTATE web portal gives distance learners access to administrative information, including course schedules, grades, and transcripts. They also receive access to the campus fitness center, an IT help desk, the library, and the LASSO Center, which provides free academic assistance through tutoring, academic success coaches, workshops, and more. Online students are encouraged to apply for internship and employment opportunities.

#4 University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center

  • Annual Tuition: $3,192
  • Median Salary: $82,600
  • Locations: Oklahoma City
  • Accreditation: HLC

The University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center (UOHSC) offers online undergraduate degrees in nursing, and medical imaging and radiation sciences. Graduate degrees are offered online in the field of nursing. Courses are delivered through the university’s web portal, which also gives distance learners access to administrative information, including course schedules, grades, and transcripts. Student support resources include access to the writing center, counseling services, the Office of Diversity & Inclusion, the IT service desk, online file sharing through the university’s Sync & Share service, veteran student services, the University Health Club, and multicultural and international student services.

#5 Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology

  • Annual Tuition: $5,735
  • Median Salary: $79,200
  • Locations: Okmulgee
  • Accreditation: HLC

The Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology (OSUIT) offers online undergraduate degree programs in information technologies, enterprise development, and pre-professional studies. Courses are delivered through the Canvas online learning platform. Student support resources include access to student clubs, the Covelle Hall wellness center, campus walking trails, health and counseling services, and the OSUIT Library and its online catalog. At OSUIT, a majority of degree programs require completion of a paid internship as part of the curriculum. Nearly 100 percent of OSUIT graduates report job placement within six months of graduation.

#6 Cameron University

  • Annual Tuition: $7,998
  • Median Salary: $75,000
  • Locations: Lawton
  • Accreditation: HLC

Cameron University (CU) offers online degrees across four academic areas: business administration, organizational leadership, interdisciplinary studies, and strategic communication. Online courses are delivered through the Blackboard online learning platform. The university also offers hybrid and Interactive Television (ITV) classes, which are broadcast live by CU faculty to other colleges, universities, and remote sites throughout Oklahoma. Classes are sometimes hosted using Zoom, which is a platform where students can easily join meetings and collaborate with faculty and peers. Distance learners have access to 10 free hours of tutoring each semester through Tutor.com.

#7 Langston University

  • Annual Tuition: $6,446
  • Median Salary: $72,900
  • Locations: Langston
  • Accreditation: HLC

Langston University offers an online bachelor's degree in business administration in management with several concentrations including entrepreneurship, human resource management, international business, marketing, and supply chain management through its School of Business. Courses are delivered through the Desire2Learn online learning platform, which is available through the university’s web portal, MyLangston. The web portal also gives distance learners access to administrative information, including course schedules, grades, and transcripts. Student support resources include access to Microsoft Office 365, a student email account, and faculty and advisor services.

#8 Oklahoma State University-Oklahoma City

  • Annual Tuition: $3,832
  • Median Salary: $72,100
  • Locations: Oklahoma City
  • Accreditation: HLC

Oklahoma State University-Oklahoma City (OSU-OKC) offers online undergraduate and graduate degree programs in fields such as business, health, management, and public safety. Courses are delivered through the Canvas online learning platform. The university’s myOKSTATE web portal gives distance learners access to administrative information, including course schedules, grades, and transcripts. Additional student support resources include access to academic advisement, the campus bookstore, the library, career services, financial aid, testing and assessments, technology support, and tutoring services through OSU-OKC's Student Success & Opportunity Center.

#9 Oral Roberts University

  • Annual Tuition: $11,970
  • Median Salary: $71,600
  • Locations: Tulsa
  • Accreditation: HLC

Oral Roberts University (ORU) offers more than 30 online certificate and degree programs across several academic areas, including biblical literature, business administration, communication, and healthcare administration. Courses are delivered through the Desire2Learn online learning platform, which is available through the university’s web portal. The web portal gives distance learners access to administrative information, including course schedules, grades, and transcripts. Online learners also receive access to a student email account, an Eagle student ID card, the library, the campus bookstore, career services, counseling services, IT services, a music therapy clinic, a writing center, and the ORU worship center. A free online study assessment is available to prospective distance learners.

#10 University of Central Oklahoma

  • Annual Tuition: $5,740
  • Median Salary: $68,600
  • Locations: Edmond
  • Accreditation: HLC

The University of Central Oklahoma (UCO) offers online bachelor's degrees in business administration, general studies, nursing, and organizational leadership. The bachelor's in business administration offers concentrations in human resource management, general business, and marketing. The university plans on adding more online undergraduate and graduate programs to its catalog in 2020. Courses are delivered through the university’s UCO eLearning online learning platform. The university’s UCONNECT web portal gives distance learners access to administrative information, including course schedules, grades, and transcripts. New students must take part in the New Broncho orientation session to learn about UCO.

#11 East Central University

  • Annual Tuition: $5,835
  • Median Salary: $68,600
  • Locations: Ada
  • Accreditation: HLC

East Central University (ECU) offers several online degrees in fields including education, water resource policy and management, criminal justice, kinesiology, interdisciplinary studies, library media, and nursing. Courses are delivered through the Blackboard online learning platform. The university’s MyECU web portal gives distance learners access to administrative information, including course schedules, grades, and transcripts. Student support resources include access to counseling services, health services, the Office of Testing and Accessibility Services, the Tommy Hewett, M.D. Wellness Center, information and technology assistance, ECU’s Linscheid Library, the Academic Success Center, an addiction and recovery center, a career center, Native American Academic Services, and the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning.

#12 Southeastern Oklahoma State University

  • Annual Tuition: $8,835
  • Median Salary: $68,400
  • Locations: Durant
  • Accreditation: HLC

Southeastern Oklahoma State University offers multiple online degrees across several academic areas, including business, communication, criminal justice, education, Native American leadership, hospitality management, sports administration, and occupational safety and health. Courses are delivered through the Blackboard online learning platform. The university’s web portal, CampusConnect, gives distance learners access to grades, transcripts, and other institutional information. Student resources include access to a student email address, online tutoring services through the university’s Tutor.com site, Chalk & Wire student assessments, online workshops via Lynda.com, and technical support through the Center for Instructional Development and Technology (CIDT). Distance learners also have access to computer labs, Learning Center Services, the Career Management Center, academic affairs, and scholarships.

#13 Oklahoma Christian University

  • Annual Tuition: $23,450
  • Median Salary: $69,700
  • Locations: Edmond
  • Accreditation: HLC

Oklahoma Christian University (OCU) offers online certificate, undergraduate, and graduate programs in a variety of fields, including business, engineering, nursing, and Christianity. Courses are delivered through the Blackboard online learning platform. Student support resources include access to student organizations, financial services, the university’s Beam Library, the Day Six Calling and Career Center, mental and physical health counseling, student health insurance plans, chapel services, and spiritual development events. OCU's Student Success Center partners with academic programs to promote personal and academic responsibility as students transition through their university experience.

#14 Oklahoma Wesleyan University

  • Annual Tuition: $13,760
  • Median Salary: $66,600
  • Locations: Bartlesville
  • Accreditation: HLC

Oklahoma Wesleyan University (OKWU) offers online undergraduate and graduate degree programs across academic areas such as business administration, education, nursing, ministry and leadership, organizational management, psychology, and strategic leadership. Courses are delivered through the Blackboard Learn online learning platform. The OKWU web portal gives distance learners access to administrative information, including course schedules, grades, and transcripts. OKWU also offers online students access to their library, bookstore, online books available through the university’s iTunes U page, financial aid, testing services, disability services, academic and health services, and chapel services.

#15 Southern Nazarene University

  • Annual Tuition: $24,570
  • Median Salary: $65,400
  • Locations: Bethany
  • Accreditation: HLC

Southern Nazarene University (SNU) offers online certificate, undergraduate, and graduate degree programs in several academic areas, including business administration, organizational leadership, exercise science, management, and sport management and administration. Courses are delivered through the Canvas online learning platform. The university’s web portal gives distance learners access to administrative information, including course schedules, grades, and transcripts. Online courses vary from five to six weeks and have a maximum of 20 students per class. While assignments are due each week, students can learn at their own pace and do not have to log on during scheduled times.

#16 Northeastern State University

  • Annual Tuition: $6,110
  • Median Salary: $61,900
  • Locations: Tahlequah
  • Accreditation: HLC

Northeastern State University (NSU) offers online degrees and certificates across several academic areas, including general studies, business administration, criminal justice, health organizations administration, hospitality and tourism management, nursing, and organizational leadership. Courses are delivered through the Blackboard online learning platform. Through the university’s goNSU web portal, distance learners can enroll in courses, check account balances, make payments, apply for financial aid, view grades, request transcripts, and more. Online students have access to a student GreenMail email account, IT support, and a WebVPN service that provides off-campus access to NSU’s network.

#17 Oklahoma Panhandle State University

  • Annual Tuition: $7,789
  • Median Salary: $58,300
  • Locations: Goodwell
  • Accreditation: HLC

Oklahoma Panhandle State University (OPSU) offers an online RN to BSN (nursing) program. The program is specifically designed for students who are practicing nurses or who already work in the field. The school also offers a variety of online courses in an asynchronous format. Courses are delivered through the university’s myOPSU web portal, which also gives distance learners access to administrative information, including course schedules, grades, and transcripts. Student support resources include an Aggie Campus ID card and access to financial aid and scholarships, the Academic Resource Center, the McKee Library, the Noble Activity Center, and the OPSU electronic campus.

#18 Northwestern Oklahoma State University

  • Annual Tuition: $10,927
  • Median Salary: $58,300
  • Locations: Alva
  • Accreditation: HLC

Northwestern Oklahoma State University (NWOSU) offers online undergraduate degree programs in business, technical management, and nursing. Courses are delivered through the Blackboard online learning platform, which is available through the university’s RangerNet web portal. The portal also gives distance learners access to grades, transcripts, and other institutional information. Online courses follow a semester schedule, with most courses taking 16 weeks. Financial aid and scholarships are available to online students. Students in courses requiring exams are responsible for proctoring fees.

#19 Rogers State University

  • Annual Tuition: $4,560
  • Median Salary: $57,200
  • Locations: Claremore
  • Accreditation: HLC

Rogers State University (RSU) offers online undergraduate and graduate degree programs in fields such as business administration, technology, liberal studies, nursing, organizational leadership, and computer science. Courses are delivered through the Blackboard online learning platform. The university’s MyRSU web portal gives distance learners access to administrative information, including course schedules, grades, and transcripts. Like on-campus students, distance learners have access to career services, counseling services, financial services, a student ID card, disability services, a student shuttle service, and more.

#20 Bacone College

  • Annual Tuition: $30,000
  • Median Salary: $42,500
  • Locations: Muskogee
  • Accreditation: HLC

Bacone College offers online undergraduate programs in fields such as child development, business administration, early childhood development and education, and Christian ministry. Courses are delivered through the Moodle online learning platform. Distance learners can retrieve grades, transcripts, and other institutional information through the college website. Student support resources include access to the campus bookstore and Warrior Store, financial aid, TRiO Programs, the Merritt D. Betts Library, and the IT help desk. The online library gives students private access to databases only permitted to those studying or teaching at Bacone College.

Overview of Higher Education in Oklahoma

Oklahoma's 30 public and 21 private higher education institutions collectively offer college credentials at the associate, bachelor's, master's, and doctoral levels. These programs typically take 2-5 years of full-time study to complete, though a doctorate can take significantly longer. Students in Oklahoma can also choose to study many different subject areas, with degrees available in business, engineering, communications, and healthcare administration, to name a few.

Despite declining enrollment rates, many students continue to attend college in Oklahoma. In the 2018-2019 academic year, for instance, a total of 225,889 students enrolled in higher education institutions across the state, with a large proportion — roughly 38% — opting to pursue a 2-year credential at a community college. Additionally, an overwhelming majority of Oklahoma's students tend to be in-state residents, reflecting the state government's efforts to improve access to higher education in key sectors, such as STEM and healthcare.


For college options in other locations, view OnlineU's best online college rankings by state or best online colleges by degree level


Online Colleges in Oklahoma

With distance learning becoming increasingly popular, many of Oklahoma's higher education institutions offer online degrees. Some of these programs provide students the opportunity to complete credits asynchronously at their own pace without relocating. Non-traditional students can also take advantage of the FLEX learning model offered at some schools, such as Southwestern Christian University. These programs, which may include synchronous and asynchronous components, are specifically designed for individuals who work and can only take one or two classes per week.

Admission requirements are generally similar for in-person and online degree programs. For instance, applicants need a minimum 3.0 GPA and ACT/SAT scores in the 40th percentile if they are interested in online teaching or business degrees at the baccalaureate level in Oklahoma. Online programs in STEM fields may additionally require that students have taken classes in math and science.

Admission requirements are generally similar for in-person and online degree programs.

Cost of Online Colleges in Oklahoma

The cost of college in Oklahoma tends to be lower when compared to schools and universities nationwide. For instance, the yearly in-state tuition rate was $8,009 at a public 4-year university in 2019, which was lower than the national average of $9,349. At $29,429, the annual in-state tuition at a private 4-year institution in Oklahoma was also lower than the national average of $32,769. Individuals interested in a 2-year degree, however, should note that this credential costs slightly more in Oklahoma than in other parts of the country.

Source: National Center for Education Statistics

Students looking to lower their online education costs should consider pursuing an online degree, as they can avoid paying for campus housing, transportation, and relocation. Certain Oklahoma schools may also offer lower fees for distance learners, even if they don't qualify for in-state tuition. Establishing residency in Oklahoma typically requires residing in the state for 12 consecutive months.

Certain online students living outside the state may also be eligible for in-state tuition under reciprocity agreements. For instance, students living in one of the 15 Southern Regional Education Board states participating in the Academic Common Market can qualify for lower tuition at Oklahoma's public universities. Additionally, both in-state and out-of-state residents who have completed college-level coursework in the past may be able to lower the overall cost of their degree by transferring credits from an accredited institution.

Financial Aid for Online Students in Oklahoma

Individuals pursuing an online degree at an Oklahoma college or university are eligible for federal and state financial aid, including scholarships, grants, and work-study programs. While students can apply for loans to pay for their degree, they should first exhaust these free funding options. Students should contact the financial aid departments of their schools to inquire about institutional grants and scholarships. For those considering student loans, federal loans offer the most favorable repayment plans.


Applying for financial assistance involves filling out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). This form helps the Oklahoma government and universities across the state determine how much aid an individual is eligible for based on their personal and financial circumstances.


The Oklahoma government offers various resources to students applying for financial aid. For instance, the Oklahoma College Assistance Program has information about state aid, loan repayment, and grant eligibility. In addition to overseeing GEAR-UP, a federally funded program intended to prepare Oklahoma's high school students for college admission, the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education also administers several need- and merit-based scholarships. Funding amounts vary based on the specific program, but applicants typically can apply if they meet specific academic requirements and demonstrate in-state residency. Below is a list of scholarship opportunities available to Oklahoma students.

Regional University Baccalaureate Scholarship

This program offers $3,000 annually to Oklahoma residents pursuing a bachelor's degree at a participating public university. Students also receive a tuition waiver for up to eight semesters. Applicants must have an ACT score of 30 to be eligible. Alternatively, they can show that they’ve received the title of either a National Merit Semifinalist or Commended Student.

Oklahoma Academic Scholar Program

This program awards graduating high school seniors who demonstrate academic excellence $2,200-$5,500, covering tuition, room and board, and other fees for up to eight semesters. Oklahoma students qualify by scoring in the 99.5 percentile on the ACT/SAT or being designated a National Merit Scholar, National Merit Finalists, or United States Presidential Scholar.

Oklahoma Promise

State residents whose families earn less than $60,000 annually are eligible for the Oklahoma Promise scholarship. This award covers all tuition fees at a public institution for 2-year and 4-year degrees and even part of a private school’s tuition cost. Students must have a minimum 2.5 GPA in grades 9-12 in addition to meeting specific high school requirements, such as maintaining attendance.

Oklahoma Tuition Aid Grant

This need-based award helps full- and part-time students complete their undergraduate or community college degrees. Individuals enrolled in an Oklahoma public institution may receive $1,000, while those attending a private institution are eligible for $1,300. Students must be in-state residents to apply, and undocumented students who meet certain conditions may also be eligible for this award.

Accreditation for Online Colleges in Oklahoma

Colleges and universities seek accreditation to ensure they meet standards for educational excellence. The accreditation process is voluntary and involves a third party periodically evaluating a school's faculty, curricula, facilities, and program offerings. This means that students who enroll in an accredited school will have access to a quality education and can apply for federal and state aid programs as well as various scholarships. Ensuring that their school has been evaluated by a relevant third party may therefore make it easier to transfer credits between similarly accredited institutions — though students should check whether differences between accrediting bodies affect this process.

Students who enroll in an accredited school will have access to a quality education and can apply for federal and state aid programs as well as various scholarships.

A college or university can receive more than one type of accreditation. For instance, a nationally accredited institution has been evaluated by an organization that assesses schools across the country. Many colleges and universities, however, receive regional accreditation, which is carried out by organizations operating in a limited number of states. In Oklahoma for example, schools and universities are evaluated by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission (SACSCOC), which accredits higher education institutions in 11 southern states. This level of accreditation is important because it's often the case that students can only transfer credits from one regionally accredited school to another, while a school's national accreditation status may not be sufficient.

Finally, some schools may receive programmatic accreditation for specific subject areas. In this process, a third party — usually a professional organization — determines whether a particular degree program meets educational standards in a given field of study.


Students can search the SACSCOC database to determine if their prospective Oklahoma college or university is regionally accredited. They may also find this information and resources on programmatic accreditation on the Council of Higher Education Accreditation's website.


Oklahoma Employment Outlook

With a recent unemployment rate of 3.0% and an economy that is increasingly catering to business, Oklahoma offers various job opportunities for college graduates. The state has a projected job growth of 4.1% through 2028, with employment set to increase in sectors such as healthcare, education, and professional services. By contrast, the demand for manufacturing jobs is expected to decrease over the next decade.

Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics , Oklahoma Employment Security Commission

Bachelor's degree holders in the state who secure careers in well-paying areas may have higher earning potential than those with some or no college experience. Graduate degrees, in turn, can further increase an individual's earning potential. Having a college credential may also help graduates land jobs with popular employers in Oklahoma, which include the Department of Defense, University of Oklahoma, and Integris Health, a non-profit organization based in the state.

Careers for Oklahoma College Graduates

The Oklahoma Office of Workforce Development has identified several jobs considered essential for future economic growth in the state. These career openings are spread across multiple industries, including sectors where demand is high — such as healthcare — and other areas, such as transport services, law enforcement, and social work. Oklahoma, therefore, has emerging job opportunities for individuals who hold college credentials, including associate, bachelor's, master's, and doctoral degrees.

The following is a list of career opportunities for Oklahoma college graduates, with salary and job outlook data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Accountants and auditors
Median Annual Salary: $73,560
Job Growth Rate: 7%
Accountants and auditors work for businesses and individual clients. Their job involves examining financial documents, maintaining records, and looking for ways to reduce costs. While auditors perform many of the same duties, they also identify fraud and ensure that taxes are paid correctly.
Medical records and health information specialists
Median Annual Salary: $45,240
Job Growth Rate: 9%
Medical records and health information specialists may hold associate degrees and are responsible for collecting, organizing, and maintaining different kinds of patient data. Their responsibilities vary based on their work setting, but generally, they ensure information is accurate and recorded in a timely fashion. These professionals work closely with other healthcare workers, such as nurses, to support patient care.
Postsecondary teachers
Median Annual Salary: $80,560
Job Growth Rate: 12%
Postsecondary teachers typically require an advanced degree, such as a doctorate. They have specialized training in teaching specific disciplines and may advise students on their capstone project or other senior year initiatives. Furthermore, individuals who teach at a 4-year university typically conduct and publish research in their area of expertise.
Speech-language pathologists
Median Annual Salary: $80,480
Job Growth Rate: 29%
Speech-language pathologists work with children and adults to help them overcome communication and swallowing disorders. This may involve diagnosing a wide variety of speech impediments and designing appropriate treatment strategies. Speech-language pathologists hold master's degrees and require state certification to work in settings such as schools, outpatient clinics, and hospitals.
Top executives
Median Annual Salary: $107,680
Job Growth Rate: 8%
Top executives work in large and small organizations in a variety of areas, such as operations, finance, marketing, and human resources. This role typically requires many years of prior experience. Their responsibilities include planning long-term goals, identifying departmental priorities, and overseeing a company’s overall functioning and financial health.
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