Cushing

Cushing, OK is a small town of around 8,000 people and around 25 miles southeast of Stillwater, OK where the OSU Cowboys play. The rich history of Cushing dates back just after the Land Run of 1891 by William Little. Cushing was named after Marshall Cushing who was a private secretary to U.S. Postmaster General at the time. What really put Cushing on the map was the oil boom of 1912. Today Cushing is the largest commercial refining center in the United States, holding roughly 12.5% of all the country’s commercial stockpiles of oil and is known as the “pipeline capitol of the world”.

With Oklahoma State University less than half an hour away, one of Oklahoma’s largest universities and college towns offer jobs and a place for parents to send their kids too while still being close by. On top of that the cost of living in Cushing is well below the national average making it all living expenses including renting very affordable.

CUSHING, OK COST OF LIVING Cushing, Oklahoma United States
 Overall   78 100
 Grocery   95.3 100
 Housing   47 100
 Utilities   100 100


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