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Greek Life

Religious Life

Intramural Sports and Recreation

Campus Police Department

Learning Enhancement Center

Fraternities and sororities are about creating lifelong friendships, rich with heritage and bound together by common values. The OKCU Greek community stands on the four pillars of leadership, community service, scholarship, and friendship.

We offer two worship services each week. The University Chapel service is held on Thursdays at 1 p.m. A more contemporary service, known as Evensong, meets at 8 p.m. on Monday evenings. The Wesley Center is the United Methodist campus ministry open to all. It directs the Evensong services, Kappa Phi Christian Women’s Service organization, Delta Alpha Chi Christian Men’s Service fraternity, and Wednesday at the Wesley free lunch.

Oklahoma City University intramural and recreational sports promotes a healthy lifestyle for the campus community.

The Oklahoma City University Police Department is devoted to providing our campus community with emergency and non-emergency services. OKCU Police safety escorts are available 24 hours a day, year-round.

The LEC offers a variety of services at no cost to students. These services include: one-on-one tutoring, guided revisions and critiquing for papers, and computer and Internet access.

Parent & Family Services

OKCU’s Greek community is an important and dynamic part of the university experience. The three fraternities (Kappa Sigma, Lambda Chi Alpha, and Phi Gamma Delta) and four sororities (Alpha Chi Omega, Alpha Phi, Gamma Phi Beta, and Phi Mu) at OKCU represent 32 percent of the student population.

Student Government Association

Residence Life

The Oklahoma City University Student Government Association (SGA) represents and advocates for all OKCU students. The OKCU SGA provides a voice for students by participating in the development of university policy, creating dynamic social programming, and enhancing the overall student experience at OKCU.

Some people call them “dorms.” Some call them “residence halls.” You’ll call them “home.”

Greek Life STARS Week - Move-in Day

The First-Year Experience The First-Year Experience program at OKCU is designed to give you the skills to navigate successfully in an academic community both inside and outside the classroom.

Student Organizations Boasting more than 80 student organizations, OKCU has a student group for everyone. If your ideal student organization does not exist, creating a new organization is an easy process. Located in the lower level of the Tom and Brenda McDaniel University Center, the Involved Center exists to help students get involved and stay involved. Involved workers routinely help students learn how to start a new organization, reserve space, fill out financial documents, navigate OrgSync, and recruit members for an organization. OKCU’s student organizations are a great representation of the diversity, intelligence, and leadership abilities of OKCU students.

As a resident in our close-knit Oklahoma City University community, you will find both private time and numerous opportunities to get connected to campus. We believe this is the perfect environment to build your home away from home and make friendships and connections that will last a lifetime.

Competitive or laid back… there is an intramural sport for you.

The Blue Alert Emergency Event Notification (EEN) system is OKCU’s method of alerting the campus community in the event of a disaster, weather emergency, etc.

The Aduddell Fitness Center & Henry J. Freede Wellness Center The Aduddell Fitness Center is a great place to work out! It features treadmills, elliptical machines, and stationary bikes, as well as a large selection of machine and free weights.

Campus Disability Services Campus Disability Services is dedicated to providing for the needs of enrolled students who have disabilities. Reasonable modifications in the classroom, on-campus housing, and within our campus library will be provided for students with documented disabilities.

Campus Health Center

As the President’s Leadership Class, OCULeads is a program for new students who have demonstrated outstanding leadership in their academic and extracurricular endeavors. OCULeads has produced more than 300 campus leaders and successful professionals. Members of OCULeads interact with OKCU’s most talented faculty, staff, and administrators, plan thoughtful and engaging campus events, and meet distinguished guest speakers.

Stars Week is a week-long celebration to introduce new students to the OKCU experience. All new undergraduate students participate in both mandatory and optional events that will create connections to the campus community. Parents and families are welcome to attend the first two days of Stars Week.

The Campus Store

Student Affairs sponsors several volunteer opportunities throughout the year, hosts the annual Voter Registration Drive and STAR Summit, and oversees OCU FIRST, an exciting program for incoming first-generation students.

Staffed by physician assistants, and a part-time physician, the Campus Health Center is dedicated to providing prompt and appropriate healthcare to Oklahoma City University students. Services include: • Injury and illness assessment • Immunizations

Aduddell Fitness Center

Stars Week: New Student Orientation

The Division of Student Affairs seeks to impact our campus community through insightful, engaging, and useful co-curricular activities in a quest for transformative learning.

Seeking counseling is a sign of maturity, not weakness. University Counseling offers services to students to promote healthy lifestyles and support academic success. Enrollment as an OKCU student entitles you to 4-5 free counseling sessions per semester.

Intramural Sports

Student Leadership

Parents and families play an important role in our campus community, and are always welcome and encouraged to attend campus productions and events, like Parents’ Day.

University Counseling

The Henry J. Freede Wellness Center offers open gym throughout the year.

If you’re under 21 and not living with an adult guardian, we require you to live on campus.

• Referrals for more advanced care


The OKCU Campus Store offers Textbook Butler, which is an automated fulfillment service that pulls your class schedule, packages your required books, and ships them to campus before the start of the school year.

Career Services Career Services is available to help students each step of the way. • Self-assessment and career exploration • Individual career counseling • Resume and cover letter review • Internship and job search strategies • Interview techniques

• Online job and internship posting • Graduate school planning • Career readiness events and workshops • Life after college

Join the Stars Multicultural Engagement, Inclusion, and Programs Multicultural organizations and activities celebrate diversity among OKCU’s student population. Collaboration and inclusion are cultivated through supporting organizations that represent diverse students of African American, Asian, Hispanic, Indian, Iraqi, LGBT, Muslim, Native American, Saudi, and other ethnic and cultural groups. Student-led campus activities also educate their fellow students on important issues and perspectives about race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, religion, gender, national origin, disability, class, and age. OKCU promotes understanding and appreciation of cultural diversity and fosters positive human relations for all students, faculty, and staff.

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