Planning the future, OU Regional & City Planning
The University of Oklahoma Division of Regional and City Planning faculty prepare students to address the challenges that face the cities, towns and rural areas in Oklahoma and nationally.
The OU RCPL program, founded in 1947, is one of the oldest programs west of the Mississippi River. Like other divisions within the OU College of Architecture, students also have access to a multidisciplinary learning environment and with a low student-faculty ratio, students work closely with faculty to gain insight from their experience. This focus on communication and experience better prepares graduates for the collaborative work of successful city planning professionals.
RCPL Faculty and Board of Visitors
2014 RCPL Reunion
RCPL Policies & Forms
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or the graduate college?
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January 11th - Last Day to Register with no late fees
January 12th - Classes Begin!
January 19th - Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday
Februrary 20th - Spring 2015 Graduate Candidates take Written Comprehensive Exam
March 3rd - Spring 2015 Graduates - Final day to file (online) for graduation
March 15th - 22nd - Spring Break
April 10th - Spring 2015 Graduates Learning Portfolios due
April 18th - 22nd - American Planning Association (Seattle)
RCPL Calendar Fall 2014 - Spring 2015
The link is to a pdf of planned activities and deadlines for Regional & City Planning Fall 2014-2015.
New Employment Opportunties
RCPL Summer Newsletter 2014
If 2013-2014 was a great year for the RCPL program, 2014-2015 promises to be even more invigorating. The division has admitted more than 20 students as a part of its fall 2014 class. We will be welcoming five new faculty to the division. We are also gearing up to host the American Planning Association—OK Association State Planning Conference on Oct. 2 and 3, 2014. In addition, we’ve invited the program’s more than 700 graduates back for an all-RCPL Alumni Reunion on Oct. 4. We hope that you will come home and see what we are up to!
We hope you will come home to OU this year and be a part of some of the exciting events we have planned.
Associate Professor and Director of Regional and City Planning