Student and teacher in the classroomThe Commissioners of the Land Office (Land Office) is an Oklahoma State Agency created by the original Oklahoma Constitution. The Land Office is mandated to have charge of the sale, rental, disposal and management of school lands and other public lands and of the funds and proceeds derived thereof, under the rules and regulations prescribed by the Oklahoma legislature.

The primary purpose of the Land Office is to administer the school land trust funds for the production of income for the support and maintenance of the common schools and the schools of higher education. This responsibility resides in the five Commissioners: The Honorable Governor Mary Fallin; The Honorable Lieutenant Governor Todd Lamb; The Honorable State Auditor and Inspector Gary Jones; The Honorable Superintendent of Public Instruction Joy Hofmeister; and Commissioner, State Board of Agriculture, Jim Reese. The chief administrative officer, Harry W. Birdwell, is the Secretary to the Commissioners of the Land Office.