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Oklahoma Memorial Union 900 Asp Ave., Suite 265 Norman, OK 73019-4045 (405) 325-8579 parents.ou.edu
Oklahoma Memorial Union 900 Asp Ave., Suite 265 Norman, OK 73019-4045 (405) 325-3161 studentaffairs.ou.edu
2 STUDENT AFFAIRS 7 Parent and Family Programs 10 Campus Living and Dining 12 Student Involvement 14 Health and Wellness
16 ACADEMIC PROGRAMS 17 University College 18 Classroom FAQs 19 Parent Access to Student Grades 21 Unique Academic Opportunities
22 CAMPUS SAFETY 23 Safety Initiatives 25 Gender Discrimination and Sexual Misconduct
26 MONEY MATTERS 26 Student Financial Services 28 Financial Aid 29 Student Jobs
30 THINKING AHEAD 30 Parking and Transportation 31 Sooner Athletics 32 Live on Campus After Your Freshman Year 33 Graduate a Sooner
34 RESOURCES 35 Academic Calendar 36 Alumni Association 37 Campus Directory 38 High School Students 39 Visiting Norman 41 Acknowledgments 42 Campus Map
Welcome Sooner Parents and Families, As the Vice President for Student Affairs and Dean of Students, I am thrilled and honored your family has chosen the University of Oklahoma. Welcome! Your student is embarking on a journey filled with meaningful learning experiences both in and out of the classroom. Please encourage your student to take full advantage of the diverse range of opportunities and experiences OU has to offer. Our entire team exists to help students transition to college and ensure they thrive. You are an integral part of your student’s support system, helping your student thrive from their first day on campus though graduation. As such, we want to equip you with the tools and resources needed to guide your student through the next few years here. 2 | parents.ou.edu
This Parent & Family Guide is your goto resource for becoming informed on all things “OU.” The office of Parent & Family Programs is here to serve you. Please take advantage of our services and reach out with any questions, concerns, or feedback. We want to connect with you. I look forward to seeing you and your student soon.
David Surratt, Ed.D. Vice President for Student Affairs Dean of Students
Career Services Career Services assists students with career exploration, internships, cooperative education, graduate and professional school applications, and professional employment. Over 20 oncampus career fairs are hosted each year. Staff members meet one-on-one to prepare students for the job search, facilitate contact between students and employers, help navigate career choices and even critique resumes.
Fitness and Recreation Fitness and Recreation provides recreational sports and fitness programs. Sarkeys Fitness Center offers weight rooms, a climbing wall, a cardio room, and indoor track, basketball, volleyball, badminton, racquetball and squash. They also host over 35 fitness classes each week. The Murray Case Sells Swim Complex offers swim lessons, water aerobics, and lap and recreational swimming.
Oklahoma Memorial Union 900 Asp Ave., Suite 323 Norman, OK 73019-4057 (405) 325-1974 ou.edu/career
Sarkeys Fitness Center 1401 Asp Ave., Room 170 Norman, OK 73019-2142 (405) 325-3053 ou.edu/far
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Gender + Equality Center The goal of the OU Gender + Equality Center is to foster social justice by advocating for the rights of women and LGBTQ students, empowering those without a voice and challenging inequality. They provide a variety of programs throughout the year and can facilitate Step In, Speak Out Active Bystander training for all incoming students. The GEC is also home to OU Advocates, a 24-hour response network to support victims of gender- based violence and sexual assault.
Oklahoma Memorial Union 900 Asp Ave., Suite 207 Norman, OK 73019-4058 (405) 325-4929 ou.edu/gec Health Services Health Services provides a broad range of health care services for OU students, faculty and staff. Health Services is conveniently located on main campus in the Charles B. Goddard building. Goddard Health Center is a fully accredited health care facility and clinic staff includes board-certified, licensed physicians, physician assistants, and nurse practitioners offering a full spectrum of care in family medicine, sports medicine, and disease prevention and treatment. The center also hosts a full-service pharmacy, lab, X-ray, physical therapy, women’s clinic and health promotion services.
Goddard Health Center 620 Elm Ave. Norman, OK 73019-0615 (405) 325-4611 Appointments: (405) 325-4441 ou.edu/healthservices
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Henderson Scholars Program The Henderson Scholars Program focuses on scholarship, community service and social responsibility for a cohort of 120 scholarship students. Henderson Scholars uphold the vision and mission set forth by OU Professor Emeritus George Henderson, activist, author and community leader.
Henderson-Tolson Cultural Center 1335 Asp Ave., Room 216 Norman, OK 73019-2150 (405) 325-0850 ou.edu/hsp Housing and Food Services Housing and Food Services offers multiple housing options, from suite and communitystyle living in the residence halls to premier apartment communities. Residence Life staff, the Faculty-in-Residence program, weekend activities and more than 20 options for on-campus restaurants all enrich the university experience for students from all over the world.
Walker Center 1406 Asp Ave. Norman, OK 73019-6091 (405) 325-2511 ou.edu/housingandfood
Oklahoma Memorial Union 900 Asp Ave., Suite 247 Norman, OK 73019-4054 (405) 325-4020 ou.edu/leadandvolunteer Oklahoma Memorial Union The Oklahoma Memorial Union is the living room of the University, a favorite place for students to study, eat and relax 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The Union provides a lounge space, a food court that houses several restaurants, a full-service post office, passport office, rooms for student organization use and more.
Oklahoma Memorial Union 900 Asp Ave., Suite 428 Norman, OK 73019-4052 (405) 325-2121 ou.edu/union
Parent and Family Programs Parent and Family Programs comes alongside the diverse families of OU students to help them succeed toward graduation. Families are encouraged to participate in various programs such as the Sooner Parents Organization, summer orientation programs, and family weekend receptions and activities. Parent and Family Programs coordinates OU’s family outreach efforts, including e-newsletters and an annual calendar, and serves as a point of contact for family questions and concerns throughout the academic year.
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Leadership and Volunteerism Leadership and Volunteerism (L&V) provides educational programming and opportunities for students to make a difference in the lives of others. Through numerous programs and activities, L&V helps students further develop their leadership skills, assists with personal growth through student learning and connects students to volunteer opportunities in the local community and beyond.
Oklahoma Memorial Union 900 Asp Avenue, Suite 265 Norman, OK 73019-2052 (405) 325-3161 parents.ou.edu
Student Rights, Responsibilities and Restoration Formerly referred to as the office of Student Conduct, this office serves the OU community through the administration of day-to-day disciplinary matters, as set forth in the Student Rights and Responsibilities Code, and maintains student disciplinary records. Additionally, Student Rights, Responsibilities and Restoration works to help students identify healthy choice patterns through restorative justice practice.
Walker Center 1406 Asp Avenue, Suite 209W Norman, OK 73019-2250 (405) 325-1540 ou.edu/studentconduct parents.ou.edu | 5
Student Life Student Life guides students in realizing academic, professional and personal goals as they progress toward graduation and beyond. Students participate in a wide range of programs, including Orientation and Transfer Programs, fraternity and sorority life, OU Cousins, multicultural programs and over 450 registered student organizations.
Oklahoma Memorial Union 900 Asp Ave., Suite 370 Norman, OK 73019-4058 (405) 325-3163 ou.edu/studentlife Student Media Student Media provides professional, hands-on experience for students interested in journalism and related fields. Students write, edit, design and sell advertising for The Oklahoma Daily, oudaily.com and a variety of book- and magazine-style publications.
Copeland Hall 860 Van Vleet Oval, Room 149A Norman, OK 73019-2052 (405) 325-2521 studentmedia.ou.edu Health Sciences Center Student Affairs HSC Student Affairs develops health care professionals through recruitment, retention, recreational programs and services. The office provides oversight for more than 100 student organizations and multicultural services; coordinates student development and community-based programs; and oversees the HSC Student Union, University Village, Writing Center and Student Health Services. 6 | parents.ou.edu
David L. Boren Student Union 1106 N. Stonewall Ave., Suite 300 Oklahoma City, OK 73117-1200 (405) 271-2416 Toll-Free: 1 (877) 577-5655 students.ouhsc.edu OU-Tulsa Student Affairs Student Affairs at the OU-Tulsa Schusterman Center provides a variety of services to OU-Tulsa students, including career services, health services, wellness programming, student activities and counseling services. The office also advises student government and works with registered student organizations.
4502 East 41st St., 1C76 Tulsa, OK 74135-2512 (918) 660-3100 tulsa.ou.edu/studentaffairs Arezzo, Italy Student Affairs Arezzo, a classic Tuscan town nestled between Rome and Florence, is filled with charm, warm welcomes and unforgettable views. It’s a magical place where you can make lifelong friendships and have experiences so unforgettable, that like a fine Italian wine, the stories get better with time. OU’s Arezzo campus offers a range of programs for students interesting in studying abroad.
University of Oklahoma Via Pietri, 43, 52100 Arezzo (338) 941-4915 arezzo.ou.edu
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Welcome to the OU Family! Parent and Family Programs teams up with students’ families to help them thrive at OU, on campus and in life. As part of your student’s support system, you play a critical role in helping your student succeed from orientation through graduation. We are eager to join you in that effort. Some efforts of Parent and Family Programs include: • Family outreach efforts (emails, newsletters, mailings) • Events for parents and families throughout the year • Sooner Parents and its many wonderful projects
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The Parent and Family Programs Office is within the Vice President’s Suite on the second floor of Oklahoma Memorial Union and is open during business hours. If you have any questions or concerns, we hope you will reach out to us during this season of transition. Boomer Sooner! Tracy Carlson Assistant Director for Student Affairs Outreach Coordinator of Parent and Family Programs firstname.lastname@example.org parents.ou.edu
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SOONER PARENTS Greetings from Sooner Parents! Welcome to The University of Oklahoma, a university with 130 years of Academic Leadership. Your student has embarked on an amazing adventure and will blaze new trails into their future. OU will provide your student with a rich sense of community that includes students, faculty, and staff. The Sooner Parents organization offers you a unique opportunity, as OU’s official parent’s association, and is here to assist and partner with you on your family’s extraordinary journey. Having been born and raised a Sooner and as an alumnus of The University of Oklahoma, I am proud to have children who graduated from OU. The education and unique opportunities provided here have given our family a solid foundation from which to grow and succeed. As you begin your journey as part of our Sooner family I encourage you to become a part of the Sooner Parents organization. Please contact me if I can be of any help to your family. Patti Smith Sooner Parents Past President Dallas, Texas parents.ou.edu
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BECOME A MEMBER OF SOONER PARENTS! Sooner Parents Membership Benefits: • Members-only e-newsletters • Access to purchase football tickets (when allotment is available) • Members-only discount program • Scholarships awarded to students of Sooner Parents members … over $20,000 was awarded in 2020-2021! Sooner Parents supports: • Capital improvement projects across campus that directly benefit students • Scholarships and student recognition programs • Mini-grants for student development programs • OU’s official parent calendar • Parent-related publications and more!
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PARENTS CAMPAIGN Parents realize that students learn both inside and outside of the classroom. In fact, for every hour spent in the classroom, OU students spend approximately four hours in informal gatherings studying, socializing, exercising or participating in co-curricular organizations, all of which contribute to their intellectual and emotional growth. That’s why many OU parents believe it’s important to support these activities through the annual Parents Campaign. Each year, this campaign raises funds to support activities and programs that enrich students’ OU experiences, as well as benefit their lives after college. Through the Parents Campaign, more than 2,300 parent donors support programs, including the OU Food Pantry, Career Services’ “Sooner Suit-up” Program, campus awards and recognition programs, leadership education, and health and alcohol education. To participate in the campaign, indicate “Parents Fund” at the “Make a Gift” site, ou.edu/ givenow. Additionally, you may receive a phone call from an OU student during the annual parent campaign inviting you to join our efforts. For more information about the campaign, please contact Tracy Carlson at tcarlson@ ou.edu, (405) 325-8579. parents.ou.edu | 9
CAMPUS LIVING AND DINING The OU Board of Regents’ policy provides that all single freshman students under 21 years of age must live in a university residence hall for the academic year except for those who have earned 24 or more hours of college credit in residence or have already lived in university residence halls for two semesters. Approximately 7,200 students call the six residential complexes home. Housing & Food supports the success of its students through a breadth of services and learning opportunities. Rooms • Towers: Residents have a suite-style room. Roommates and suitemates share a bathroom and cleaning responsibilities. • David L. Boren Hall: Residents have a community-style bathroom. Students share the bathroom with their floor, cleaned daily by housekeeping. • Residential Colleges: The colleges offer five different room styles, ranging from one bed single rooms to three bed with living and bath. Community-style and private bathrooms are an option. • Cross: Pending the OU Board of Regents’ approval, the Cross complex will be available for housing for incoming fall 2021 freshmen, providing students with a first-class residential option. The Cross
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complex features units with two and four bedrooms with private bathrooms. Roommates Students can choose their roommate, as long as they are mutually requested, utilize the roommate-matching feature on the freshman contract or be matched with a roommate. Housing Contract This is the form that allows you to request your roommate, community preference and meal plan. Amenities Room assignments are sent to students’ OU email in late June or early July.
Meal Plans: Applied to Sooner Card • Meals: Used most often at Couch Restaurants. Students have a set number each week and unused meals do not roll over from week-to-week • Meal Exchanges: Meals may be used at restaurants other than Couch Restaurants during different times of the day • Meal Plan Points: Last the entire semester, used like a debit card and 1 point equals $1 OU Food Pantry The OU Food Pantry seeks to eliminate food insecurities and provide educational resources to members of the OU Norman campus community. Led by student volunteers, the pantry’s mission is to contribute to the overall health and wellness by providing FREE supplemental food assistance to students, faculty and staff. An online shopping form is available to place weekly orders that will be ready for pickup during operation hours. ou.edu/foodpantry
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Dining Options • Dining Variety: More than 20 20 different dining options options are are offered across campus, campus, including including the world’s only all-you-can-eat all-you-can-eat Chick-fil-A at Couch Restaurants. • Dietary Needs: We have a dietitian on staff who offers offers counseling counseling to to students with a wide variety of of nutSiUional concerns to to ensure ensure nutirional concerns their needs are being met. We We • offer numerous numerous vegetarian, vegetarian, vegan, vegan, • Halal and gluten-free friendly friendly options. No matter matter • Campus Options: No where your student is on oncampus, campus, • they are not far from one of Housing Housing and Food Services’ restaurants.
CAMPUS INVOLVEMENT Research indicates that students who are involved on campus make better grades, develop marketable leadership and interpersonal skills, and are generally more satisfied with their college experience. With more than 500 student organizations, hundreds of cultural events and programs, and countless leadership and volunteer opportunities, OU has something for everyone. Student Life maintains a list of all student organizations and student contacts for all registered student organizations. They also provide support for any student who wishes to create a new organization. Visit ou.edu/studentlife for a complete listing of current organizations. Student Life provides educational and social services for American Indian and AsianAmerican, Latino- and African-American students, including scholarships, financial aid assistance, leadership development and community building. Student Life stives to be a place where students can find total support — academically, interpersonally and culturally. 12 | parents.ou.edu
Intramural Sports The University of Oklahoma has one of the most active intramural programs in the country, logging more than 30,000 participations per year. Intramural Sports is a fun and exciting way for students to get necessary exercise while competing in a safe environment. ou.edu/far/intramurals
Campus Activities Council Campus Activities Council is the programming branch of Student Government and organizes many of OU’s traditional activities and events for the OU community. CAC provides leadership opportunities for students on planning committees for such events as Howdy Week, Speakers Bureau, Concert Series, Homecoming, Spring and Fall Family Weekends, University Sing, and Scandals. cac.ou.edu
Student Government The Student Government Association offers students an opportunity to become active in student government through both volunteer and elected positions. Students living in the residence halls can get involved by running for an office on their residence hall floor. Each center has a Resident Student Association that is part of the Housing Center Student Association. ou.edu/sga
Greek Life The OU Greek community offers more than 45 national chapters in five unique councils. Members of these social organizations strive to successfully balance academics, campus activities, work, community service and involvement within their chapters. greek.ou.edu
Union Programming Board The Union Programming Board is a student organization that allows any student to join as a member. UPB develops leadership skills while planning over 300 fun, free and diverse programs in the Oklahoma Memorial Union. ou.edu/upb
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The Big Event The Big Event is OU’s official day of community service. Every spring, over 6,000 students, faculty and staff go out across the Norman and greater Oklahoma City metro area for one day of service. This event is a completely student-run service project, allowing students to give back to the community. ou.edu/bigevent
HEALTH AND WELLNESS University Counseling Center Psychologists and professional counselors of the University Counseling Center assist students with a variety of mental health issues that can impact their academic performance. Staff provides individual, couples and group therapy; psychiatric services; consultation; and workshops/ seminars. The UCC also offers a variety of testing services, including comprehensive assessments for learning disabilities and ADHD. ou.edu/ucc Accessibility & Disability Resource Center The University of Oklahoma is committed to providing reasonable accommodations to individuals with disabilities. Any student or employee with a disability is eligible to request accommodations in order to equalize opportunities. ADRC encourages full participation for those with disabilities and help ensure equal opportunities that meet their needs. ou.edu/drc Student Health Insurance A medical emergency, sudden illness or serious accident could end the educational dreams of an uninsured student and cause financial devastation for them and their family. Your son or daughter can avoid the uninsured medical insurance penalty by enrolling in the OU Student Health Plan. To learn more about the student health plan and review the premium rates, go to hr.ou. edu/studenthealth
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Congratulations to you and your student for arriving at this point – at a world-class institution in an incredibly important time in your student’s life. University College is here to help your student make the most of their opportunities. Our goal is to assist students in making a smooth transition to the university and in building a solid foundation for further academic success. Our college was established in 1942, making us one of the first University Colleges in the nation. Since then, many universities have followed suit. Because the transition to college introduces many uncertainties, having a unit dedicated to helping students navigate that transition and explore the many possibilities has proven to greatly contribute to student success. Students stay in University College until they have earned 24 credit hours, have decided on and declared a major, and have earned the GPA required for entrance into the degree-granting college of that major. 16 | parents.ou.edu
We are located in Lissa and Cy Wagner Hall, the cornerstone of the Student Academic Services District. We have state-of-theart classrooms and dedicated study spaces to support students’ academic pursuits. Our building provides a welcoming and comfortable atmosphere for studying and socializing between classes. To learn more about University College, our programs and services, please visit our website at uc.ou.edu. And certainly, if we can be of any assistance to you now or in the future, please do not hesitate to contact us at email@example.com or call (405) 3252072 to speak with one of our friendly and professional staff.
Nicole Campbell, Ph.D. Dean, University College
The purpose of University College is to assist new students in making a successful transition to the University and in building a solid foundation for further academic success. Center for Major and Career Exploration University College’s Center for Major and Career Exploration helps students confirm or explore major options that are a good fit for them. The major/career coaches in the Center for Major and Career Exploration work one-to-one with students to identify their individual personality type, interests, values and aptitudes to help them decide on a major and/or career. uc.ou.edu/majors First-Year Foundations: Students take UCOL 1002: First-Year Foundations, during their first semester at OU. In this course, caring instructors and peer mentors coach students through the transition to OU and help them build a foundation for continued success at the University. In these small communities, students learn resources and strategies to: create academic success, customize their OU experience, and connect to the campus community. uc.ou.edu Student Learning Center The Student Learning Center is home to UC Action Tutoring. Through UC Action, University College offers complimentary tutoring in more than 80 subjects in both lower- and upper-division courses. The Writing Center is also available to help students improve their writing skills. The OU Tutoring website, ou.edu/tutoring, is a directory of academic assistance available on campus. parents.ou.edu | 17
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CLASSROOM FAQs What are “credits,” “hours” and “credit hours”? These terms are used interchangeably at the university. Successful completion of each course earns students a certain number of credits toward graduation. Often, the number of credits earned is based on how many hours the class meets each week. Most courses are three credits and meet about three hours per week. Laboratory science courses are usually four to five credit hours, with additional time required for the lab component. It is important to remember that each individual degree program requires specific courses, rather than the mere accumulation of hours. How long does it take to earn a college degree? The time necessary to complete a degree will depend on the specific degree the student chooses, the number of hours the student takes each semester, the student’s performance, and additional obligations the student assumes, such as employment or involvement in student organizations. Is class attendance mandatory? Attendance is strongly recommended and is tied to grading in some classes. Students cannot expect to do well without going to class. The freshman year brings many new challenges to students and cultivating the self-discipline to attend each class is one of their biggest responsibilities.
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What about class size? The format and size of the class depends on the nature of the subject matter and the method of presentation that the professor selects. Some classes are small, whereas others combine a large lecture and small discussion groups. Some courses include a laboratory, which is usually small. As freshmen, students will probably have a mixture of classes in terms of size and format. For example, mathematics courses are generally limited to 35 students per section, and English composition classes are limited to 19 students per section. Do course numbers have a special meaning? Every course has a four-digit number. The first digit indicates the level of the course: 1000- or 2000- numbered courses are lower division, 3000- or 4000- numbered courses are upper division. The last digit in the course number usually represents the number of credit hours that will be awarded upon successful completion of the course. What is one.ou.edu? The one.ou.edu portal provides students with a way to take care of all their university business needs in one place. Some of the functions include enrolling online, checking grades, paying tuition and fees, checking financial aid information, updating personal information and accessing various university resources.
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (Buckley Amendment), also known as FERPA, prohibits the release of grades and other confidential academic information to anyone but the student. The goal of this federal law is to protect the student’s rights. Student records, whether academic or otherwise, are considered private documents. However, parents of dependent students are entitled to have access to this information under guidelines provided in FERPA. Access to this information is limited to parents who claim the student as an exemption on their federal income tax return. ou.edu/recordsandtranscripts/release_of_ information
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Education Abroad OU students have the option to study abroad on short-term, summer, semester or year-long programs in more than 80 countries and over 200 cities. OU’s signature programs in Arezzo, Italy and Puebla, Mexico provide students the opportunity to learn a variety of subjects in beautiful and historic locations. Students also may participate in exchange programs with dozens of foreign universities or immerse themselves in intensive language-learning programs abroad. studyabroad.ou.edu
Sooner Success The Sooner Success Program provides one-to-one academic coaching to help students transition to college and stay on track toward graduation. Sooner Success coaches can assist in developing a personalized academic plan as well as provide additional campus resources. While some students are assigned a Sooner Success coach upon admission, any student can schedule an appointment on iadvise.ou.edu/coaching to discuss a variety of topics including study skills, life coaching and social involvement.
Honors College Students who are high academic achievers and interested in an increased level of intellectual advancement are encouraged to apply to the Honors College to participate in the honors curriculum. These classes are limited to a small number of students and are taught by distinguished faculty members. In addition, the Honors College offers a variety of study and research opportunities. ou.edu/honors
Start Sooner Start Sooner’s goal is to provide incoming freshmen a unique experience that will help them transition from high school into college. Students will be able to move into their room in the residence hall a month early, take six hours of class, and explore Oklahoma. Start Sooner offers courses taught by distinguished faculty, residential living on campus, and engaging activities. ou.edu/startsooner
OSLEP The Oklahoma Scholar-Leadership Enrichment Program is an intercollegiate, interdisciplinary program designed to develop the scholarship and leadership abilities of Oklahoma’s outstanding college and university students. Students indicate that being in an OSLEP class is one of the most rewarding experiences in their academic careers because of the unique learning environment, the time devoted to one subject, and the opportunity to develop a personal relationship with a world-famous scholar and make lasting friendships with students from around the state. oslep.org
Summer Session Summer Session at the University of Oklahoma provides students with “more possibilities” and a unique opportunity to get ahead, stay on track or catch up while still enjoying some downtime during the summer. Understanding that many look forward to a slower pace during summertime, OU’s intensive, accelerated summer course schedule allows students to earn quick credit hours while providing ample time for enjoying summer downtime and fun. ou.edu/summer
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The University of Oklahoma is committed to the safety, health and well-being of students, faculty and staff. OU staff members, from the university police to the landscaping department staff, are dedicated to creating a safe and secure environment. Landscaping is designed and maintained to minimize concealment and complement campus lighting. Police services for the university community are provided by the OU Police Department. Officers with OUPD are CLEET certified, fully empowered law enforcement professionals. Officers are on duty 24 hours a day year-round. The OU Police Department is located at 2775 Monitor Ave., Norman, OK 73027 and their non-emergency lines can be reached at (405) 325-1717. For more information you can also visit ou.edu/police Visiting hours at the residence centers are enforced by the resident advisers and uniformed OUPD Community Service officers. CSU’s are on duty in the centers all night and patrol the hallways, public spaces and adjacent parking areas. Outside doors and internal security doors are locked by 10 p.m. every day and visitors must be admitted by residents. Crime statistics for the Norman campus are published annually in the FBI’s Uniform Crime Report, available at most public libraries. OU’s crime rate compares favorably with other demographically similar institutions. Annual statistical reports and campus safety programs are summarized in the Sooner Safety report published each October by OU. Sooner Safety is available on the OU website at ou.edu/police/safety. Individual copies are available yearround to the public and can be obtained by contacting OUPD. Additional information on security and related subjects is available from many offices, including Housing and Food Services and Student Affairs. 22 | parents.ou.edu
Emergency Blue Phones Identified by a blue light and distinctive sign, phones are located outdoors across campus to provide free 24-hour direct access to OUPD. Emergency Command Each room in the residence halls contains a speaker system that will announce severe weather and when to take shelter. Residence Hall Secure Access All residence halls are equipped with card access, which means your OU student ID will allow you to access your assigned floor and your assigned residence hall. Only students who live on a floor will have access to that floor. Any tampering with or propping of the security doors is strictly prohibited.
Safe Walk A free service that provides students with someone to accompany them to a campus location or Greek chapter house, so they do not have to walk alone at night. Call 405-325-WALK (9255). Safe Ride A free taxi service to provide safe transportation to OU students within the Norman city limits, no questions asked. Each student receives two SafeRides each weekend of operation. Download the OU SafeRide app. Severe Weather Refuge Severe weather refuge areas have been identified for each building on campus. In addition, above-ground EF-5 tested structures are located near the residence halls. ou.edu/emergencypreparedness
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Behavior Intervention Team The OU Behavior Intervention Team (BIT) promotes student, faculty and staff success and campus safety by identifying individuals who demonstrate behaviors that may be early warning signs of possible disruptive or violent behavior and intervening at the earliest possible point. The focus of OU’s Behavior Intervention Team is care and concern for students, faculty members or staff members who may be in distress. Team members coordinate resources and implement a coordinated response with the goal of providing assistance to the individual while mitigating risk in an effort to keep the OU community healthy and safe. Complete information, as well as a convenient online reporting form. ou.edu/normanbit
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Emergency Communication System The University of Oklahoma has an Emergency Communication System that allows the University to contact students, faculty and staff with precautionary information and guidelines for critical campus incidents. ECS automatically transmits messages by multimedia sources to home, office and cell phones via text messaging, email and instant messaging. ECS requires that students, faculty and staff keep their contact information current by regularly checking and updating it. accounts.ou.edu Additionally, the University of Oklahoma has a committee of top-level administrators that meets monthly, or on an as-needed basis, to review any concern brought to the committee.
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GENDER DISCRIMINATION AND SEXUAL MISCONDUCT The University of Oklahoma is committed to creating and maintaining a community where all persons who participate in university programs and activities can work and learn together in an atmosphere free from all forms of harassment, exploitation or intimidation. OU students, faculty and staff participate in mandatory training designed to inform and educate all members of the campus community that the University of Oklahoma does not discriminate in its educational or employment benefits, activities or programs on the basis of sex or gender pursuant to Title IX of the Education Amendments Act of 1972. University policy prohibits sexual misconduct, discrimination based on sex or gender, and sexual harassment. Students and parents are encouraged to read the Sexual Misconduct, Discrimination and Harassment Policy online at ou.edu/content/eoo/policies. The Institutional Equity and Title IX Office investigates complaints under this policy and may take administrative action against students, faculty and staff for policy violations up to and including expulsion or termination of employment. Students experiencing sexual misconduct, discrimination or harassment are encouraged to contact the Title IX Office (405) 325-2215 to file a complaint. For confidential support and assistance with issues involving sexual misconduct or harassment, students can also contact OU Advocates 24/7 at (405) 615-0013. Additional information about campus resources, as well as awareness and prevention programs, can be found at ou.edu/notonourcampus. parents.ou.edu | 25
STUDENT FINANCIAL CENTER (SFC) SFC is OU’s integrated student financial service department composed of financial aid, scholarships and billing and payment experts. SFC Student Service Experts strive to provide a seamless contact experience for students, families, faculty and staff via phone, email and face-to-face. Located in Buchanan Hall, Room 105, visitors are greeted by a spacious lobby outfitted with online queuing stations, comfy seating and friendly student employees ready to direct them to the area appropriate for their service request. For those who seek one-to-one time with an SFC expert - they will be greeted by one person who will accompany them to a consultation desk and assist them with every account question they may have. Their appointed SFC expert will liaise with all other departments on their behalf to achieve resolution of their issue(s). This holistic approach has proven to save time and lessen frustration for students and families. Who is billed for enrollment fees and tuition? Students* are billed for tuition, mandatory fees and course-related fees by semester. All other charges are billed the month in which they are incurred. Bursar Services is the centralized billing and payment office for student accounts and generates a monthly statement for current charges as of the last day of every month. Students, and those authorized by the student, will receive an email notification when the online statement is available. Parents who wish to pay charges online or receive notification of statements will need their student to authorize release of the billing information to the parent by assigning them access to their account online. one.ou.edu 26 | parents.ou.edu
SFC provides a payment drop box in the lobby of the first floor of Buchanan Hall. Payment envelopes are provided for students to include instructions or notes with their personal check(s), cashier’s check(s) and/or money order(s). Please note: cash cannot be accepted through the payment drop box. Due to our new office structure, inperson payments on accounts are no longer accepted in the office. For billing and payment questions, please contact SFC at (405) 325-9000. Students can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information Be sure to check out our “Ask” links when visiting our webpages. Ask The Sooners is a comprehensive questionand-answer bank will help you find answers to your most-frequently asked questions about financial aid, billing and payment issues, admissions, academic records, online registration, and degree navigation. Should you have additional questions, please email email@example.com FERPA FERPA is a federal law that is administered by the Family Policy Compliance Office (FPCO) in the U.S. Department of Education (Department). 20 U.S.C. § 1232g; 34 CFR Part 99. FERPA applies to educational agencies and institutions (e.g., schools) that receive funding under any program administered by the Department of Education. FERPA gives parents certain rights with respect to their children’s education records. Parents should understand that their rights transfer to the student when they reach the age of 18 or attend a postsecondary school at any age. Students to whom the rights have transferred are “eligible students.” To learn more about FERPA please visit: familypolicy.ed.gov
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When should tuition and fees be paid? The tuition and fee due date without penalty is Sept. 25 for fall semester and Feb. 25 for spring semester. For complete payment and deadline information, service charges, late charges and penalties, visit ou.edu/sfc. Students log in to pay their bill at one.ou.edu, with an e-check from their checking or savings account or by credit card. Parent/ Authorized Users will log in to pay a student bill at bursar.ou.edu. Online payments are easy, convenient, private and secure and are posted to your account the same day. A four-month per semester payment plan allows families an extended window of time to pay. Learn more at ou.edu/sfc > Billing and Payment > Bill Pay > Payment Plan Options.
FINANCIAL AID Parents often have many questions about how much college will cost, how to find out about financial aid and how to apply for scholarships. SFC can help you learn about the many financial aid and scholarship opportunities available to assist students with paying for college. Find online OU financial aid and scholarship information, including financial aid deadlines and processing information, Parent PLUS and Institutional Loan information by visiting ou.edu/sfc > Financial Aid and/or Scholarships. Be sure to check out the “Parent Information” link and “What’s New” announcements for important information and updates! The student must apply for financial aid each academic year beginning Oct. 1, by completing the FAFSA at fafsa.gov. OU’s recommended annual FAFSA filing date is by March 1 for the following fall or spring semesters. Follow the FAFSA instructions carefully and include OU’s Title IV School Code - 003184. OU-FAN (Financial Aid Notification) Students may check the status of their financial aid by logging on to one.ou.edu. Once they are logged in, they click on the Financial Tab > Financial Aid section to review the status of their aid application. One section contains Missing Information and another that shows the Financial Aid Awards. The OU-FAN lists the types and amount of financial aid awards offered. When the student wishes to accept loans, this is also where they can accept the loan electronically. Please note: when the student accepts federal direct loans, they must also sign a Promissory Note and do Entrance Counseling at studentloans.gov. The financial aid process can take up to four weeks after submitting the FAFSA and turning in all requested documentation to SFC. Funds are disbursed to the student Bursar account one week prior to the start of each semester for any students who have all their paperwork completed and are enrolled. Funds are disbursed daily thereafter. All paperwork must be turned in and processed by the last week of the term. 28 | parents.ou.edu
Scholarships OU has many scholarships available to incoming, transfer and continuing students. Scholarships may be based on academic merit, leadership, financial aid, talent or other criteria. For incoming students, the scholarship application is included on the admissions application. All other undergraduate scholarship applications are available through an online system called the Centralized Academic Scholarship Hub, or CASH. CASH includes all college, departmental, financial aid and universitywide scholarships and awards. The application opens Oct. 1 and closes at 11:59 p.m. on Feb. 1 each year. More information can be found at ou.edu/sfc > Scholarships. Additional scholarship searches at the national, state and local levels also are encouraged. OU MoneyCoach All first-year students are assigned a MoneyCoach. A MoneyCoach is a financial professional who will help your student build lifelong money management skills and navigate the process of paying for college. Learn more at ou.edu/moneycoach.
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STUDENT JOBS Human Resources helps students find part-time jobs that fit their school schedule. Does your student want to work on campus or in the community? All student job listings are posted online. On Campus Students can find a wide variety of on-campus work-study and non-work study jobs at jobs. ou.edu. Students can apply by completing the OU online application 24 hours a day, seven days a week. They also can track their application status and apply to multiple jobs with a single application. Work Study Students can apply for work-study jobs when they receive a work-study award through the financial aid office. Qualifying for a work-study award is not a guarantee of employment, but many job postings list a hiring preference for students who qualify for work-study funding. Work-study funding is paid as wages throughout the semester. For more information please go to ou.edu/sfc > Financial Aid > Types of Aid > Federal Work Study or phone SFC at (405) 325-9000. Off Campus Off-campus jobs are available through the Job Location Program (JLP), connecting local employers with student workers at hr.ou.edu/jlp. Students can browse job offerings 24 hours a day, seven days a week and can contact the employer directly to apply for a job. An OU job application is not required for off-campus jobs. Students also can subscribe to an RSS feed of newly posted vacancies, so they always know what off-campus jobs are available. parents.ou.edu | 29
PARKING AND TRANSPORTATION Parking Students who live on campus have parking options in close proximity to the residence halls. Students who live off campus can park in lots only minutes away from academic destinations. To purchase your permit online, visit ou.edu/parking Cleveland Area Rapid Transit (CART) CART is the bus system serving both OU and the City of Norman. Ride CART to class, to the grocery store, the mall or just about anywhere. All CART routes operate at 30-minute frequencies, except for the Sooner Express, a commuter route to Oklahoma City. ou.edu/cart
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Bikes Recognized as a Bicycle Friendly University (Silver status) by the League of American Bicyclists, the University of Oklahoma provides and promotes a bike-friendly campus. With nearly 4,000 bike rack spaces on campus, you’ll always have a spot to park your bike. ZipCar If you need a car for an hour or two, sign up for ZipCar. Join for just $15 and rent a car for an hour or up to seven days. And gas and insurance are included. You’ll find three ZipCars right on campus. Just tap your ZipCard on the car’s windshield and take a spin. When you return, park the car in its reserved spot on campus and lock up. Visit bit.ly/ZipCarOU to sign up.
The University of Oklahoma is home to one of the most storied athletics programs in the nation. The success of Oklahoma athletics contributes to a sense of pride in the state and across the nation. To keep abreast of OU athletics, follow the department on Twitter (@OU_Athletics) and Facebook (Oklahoma Sooners – Official Page). You also may want to sign up to receive Boomerblast, the official complimentary, weekly email newsletter of the Oklahoma Sooners. Delivered to your inbox once a week, Boomerblast provides fans an inside look at the University of Oklahoma Athletics Department, with special features, exclusive multimedia content, special promotions, game day information and much more. For more information on OU Athletics, visit soonersports.com. A limited number of season tickets are available for parents. Call the OU Athletics Ticket Office for more information at 1-800-456-GoOU. Student Tickets OU students are admitted free to all sports except football and men’s basketball. They simply show their official student ID and support the Sooners. To view complete information for how to purchase student football and men’s basketball season tickets, visit soonersports.com and click on Tickets.
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LIVE ON CAMPUS AFTER YOUR FRESHMAN YEAR This is an exciting time at the University of Oklahoma, where all students have the option to enjoy the very best the university has to offer by living in the heart of campus. Upperclassmen can choose from the Residential Colleges, Cross, or Traditions Square. Options include individual per-bedroom contracts, private bedrooms, utilities, free wireless internet, laundry facilities on site, fully furnished rooms, and storm shelters. It’s never too early to start thinking about where your student will live as a sophomore, junior or senior. Visit ou.edu/housingandfood for full details. Residential Colleges The Residential Colleges are living-learning communities committed to providing an intimate and supportive housing experience for OU students. The colleges have their own dining hall, creative common space, game room, library, courtyard and classrooms. They offer five different room styles, ranging from one-bed single rooms to three-bed with living and bath. • Nearby parking garage • Meal plan flexibility Cross Cross is OU’s newest student housing option on campus offering 1, 2 and 4bedroom luxury suites. 1-bedroom options are very limited. Cross will be open to all OU students, with priority for incoming first-year students, and including students with current OU Housing contracts for fall 2021. Cross features a range of amenities including a gym, rehearsal spaces, theater and performance venues, coffee shops, dining options and retail shops. • Laundry facility on each floor • Kitchenette with sink, refrigerator and microwave • Common kitchen on every floor • Dedicated parking garage 32 | parents.ou.edu
Traditions Square Apartments OU Traditions Square is an exclusive upperclass-student apartment community dedicated to providing high-quality living while continuing the residence life experience for students. From the luxurious pools and hot tubs, to the putting green and complimentary parking, OU Traditions Square is a great place to call home. Its proximity to campus makes it a convenient place to live with easy access to features such as CART bus stops and bike paths. • Full-size washer/dryer in each apartment • 24-hour workout center
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GRADUATE A SOONER Each May, the University hosts the Commencement ceremony to honor the academic achievements of summer, December and May graduates. Filled with pageantry, this ceremony includes an address from the OU president and Commencement speaker. The evening concludes in a gigantic fireworks display. For a glimpse of what the graduation experience holds for you and your student, visit ou.edu/commencement. The University of Oklahoma has three ways to recognize outstanding academic achievement: Graduating with Honors The Honors College has established unique requirements for graduating with Honors. Both the final transcript and the diploma carry the designation of either cum Laude, Magna cum Laude, or Summa cum Laude. Graduates with honors wear a crimson hood during graduation ceremonies. To learn more about how to graduate with Honors, visit ou.edu/ honors. Graduating with Distinction The “with Distinction” degree designation is conferred by the degree-granting college. Each degree-granting college has established unique grade-point average requirements for graduation with Distinction or Special Distinction. Both the final transcript and diploma carry the designation of distinction. Graduating with a 4.0 Students with an overall 4.0 GPA are eligible to receive a University seal medallion on a crimson ribbon, which may be worn during graduation ceremonies. Students must have a 4.0 on all OU work and any work transferred from other institutions. parents.ou.edu | 33
The Guide Upon enrollment at OU, each student is introduced to The Guide – available at link. ou.edu/theguide. The Guide was created as a one stop information hub to assist students in navigating the University. This resource was created not only for our students, but parents and families as well. We encourage you and your students to review The Guide and refer to if often to learn more about: • Utilizing campus resources • Important academic policies and procedures • Advising and Enrollment • Paying for college • Enhancing their OU experience and more 34 | parents.ou.edu
Check parents.ou.edu and calendar.ou.edu for updates and additions to the calendar, including Homecoming and Parent & Family Weekends! Fall 2021
Final Day to Register Before Classes Begin
Jan. 18- May 6
Automatic Grade of W on Complete Withdrawal
Final Day to Add a Class
Final Day for No Record of Grade and 100% Reduction of Charges on Dropped Courses
Automatic Grade of W for Dropped Course(s)
Advance Registration for Next Term Begins
Final Day for Automatic Grade of W for Dropped Course(s)
Apr. 18-May 6
Petition to College Dean Required to Drop Course(s)
Final Exam Preparation Period
Aug. 23- Dec. 10
Nov. 15-Dec. 10
Date(s) Sept. 6 Nov. 24-28 Jan. 17 Mar. 12-20
Holidays / No Classes Labor Day Holiday Thanksgiving Vacation Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Spring Vacation
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2021-2022 ACADEMIC CALENDAR
As we prepare them for life, our desire is for students to assume the responsibility for transacting his or her own personal, financial and academic business with the University. The following offices and telephone numbers are listed to assist you in directing your son or daughter to the appropriate office. Alcohol and Hazing 24/7 Hotline
Athletics Ticket Office
Behavior Intervention Team
Cleveland Area Rapid Transit (CART)
Accessibility & Disability Resource Center
Fitness + Recreation
Gender + Equality Center
Housing & Food Services
Leadership and Volunteerism
OU Police Non-Emergency
Parent and Family Programs / Sooner Parents
Parking and Transportation Services
President’s Action Line
Sooner Card (Student ID)
Student Financial Center
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HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS Concurrent Enrollment Want to get a head start on college classes? Through Concurrent Enrollment (CE), high school juniors and seniors can enroll in college classes and earn college credit while still in high school. Choosing CE allows you to explore areas of academic interest, challenge yourself and gain valuable experiences and college credit before you graduate from high school. ou.edu/concurrent
Sooner Discovery Amplify your Concurrent Enrollment experience by spending four weeks at the University of Oklahoma during the summer. Take college courses, earn college credit, maximize your academic potential and experience life as a Sooner on campus. Sooner Discovery is one of the best ways to utilize the state of Oklahoma’s Concurrent Enrollment tuition waiver. ou.edu/soonerdiscovery
High School Leadership Conference The High School Leadership Conference (HSLC) is a three-day adventure into leadership development for high school juniors from across Oklahoma and surrounding states. Run by the Campus Activities Council, participants leave the conference embodying characteristics that will help them become productive, efficient leaders. ou.edu/hslc
Sooner Saturday High school juniors and prospective transfer students from across the nation are invited to visit OU’s campus in Norman, Oklahoma, to explore the academic and enrichment opportunities that will be available to them during their time at OU. Students will be able to build a custom schedule to visit the programs that interest them most. ou.edu/go2/soonersaturday
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VISITING NORMAN What To Do What To Do is a program of the Division of Student Affairs and supported by the Student Government Association. Its purpose is to inform students of events and activities happening on campus, in Norman and the surrounding area. ou.edu/wtd VisitNorman Discover Norman with this guide to hotels, attractions, restaurants, shops, events and sports. visitnorman.com OU Arts District Come to the OU Arts District and enjoy year-round plays, musicals, ballets, concerts, art exhibits, operas, recitals and lectures in the Weitzenhoffer Family College of Fine Arts. ou.edu/finearts Barry Switzer Center Named for one of OU’s all-time winningest head football coaches, the Barry Switzer Center honors the people and events that shaped the Oklahoma football program. Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art The University of Oklahoma’s Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art is one of the finest university art museums in the United States. ou.edu/fjjma Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History Over 4 billion years of natural history can be seen in our 198,000-square-foot facility. Visitors can immerse themselves in the fascinating natural and cultural history of Oklahoma. samnoblemuseum.ou.edu
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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS 5,000 copies of this publication were printed by OU Printing Services at no cost to the taxpayers of the state of Oklahoma. The University of Oklahoma is an equal opportunity institution. ou.edu/eoo. For accommodations, please contact Student Affairs at (405) 325-3161. Photos by: Ty Russell, Hugh Scott, Travis Caperton, Chloe & Kyle Ferguson, OU Web Communications, Jawanza Bassue
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Our goal is to share helpful, timely information about your student’s Sooner experience and to connect you to relevant campus and community...
Published on Jun 9, 2021
Our goal is to share helpful, timely information about your student’s Sooner experience and to connect you to relevant campus and community...