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Your Sooner To Do List - Committed Sooner

Congratulations again on your decision to attend to the University of Oklahoma! Now that you have definitely decided on OU, there a few more things to do before you arrive for Fall.

Start spreading the Sooner Sprit to your friends and family. Like the official Facebook page of the University of Oklahoma Class of 2018 and connect with other new Sooners.

At OU, your advising and enrollment process will be personal. You will be advised one-to-one by a enrollment specialist. You will be contacted by either University College or the OU Scholars Program to set up an enrollment and advisement appointment. Information is typically mailed in the month of April. Set up your appointment as early as possible to get the best choices of classes and times. For more information visit the University College website or the OU Scholars website.

In order to complete your admission credentials, you must have official ACT or SAT scores and a final high school transcript verifying graduation on file with the Office of Admissions. If you have not already done so, please arrange to do so as soon as they are available. If you have attended another college or university while in high school or after graduation, please arrange to have an official, complete transcript sent to the Office of Admissions.

As you prepare to attend OU, we want to make you aware of the State of Oklahoma immunization requirements: two immunizations for measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) and three immunizations for Hepatitis B. For details about completing the Certification of Compliance, visit the OU Health Services website.

Phone: 405-325-6039 • Fax: 405-325-7542
Mail: Immunization Office
OU Health Services
620 Elm Avenue, Norman, OK 73019

Students admitted to OU directly from high school who are Oklahoma residents have the option to select among two tuition payment plans at the time of enrollment for classes. Please go to the Guaranteed Tuition Rate Program website for more information.

If you live in student housing, you will need to purchase a parking permit. OU offers plenty of parking spaces only a short walk to where you live.

Offered in three-day sessions in June and July, Camp Crimson is a great way for you as a new student to learn the ins-and-outs of OU and get connected with a vital support system to help you succeed.

OU students are admitted free to all sports except football and men's basketball. You just show up, show your official student ID and support the Sooners. View complete information for student football and men's basketball season tickets at

Sooner Orientation Weekend, scheduled four days before classes begin, is full of activities and information designed to welcome you to the University of Oklahoma. Scheduled to coincide with residence hall move-in, the weekend is packed with opportunities to meet great people, get acquainted with the campus and community and learn about the many services and programs that will help you succeed as a Sooner.