Each year, thousands of individuals in Oklahoma and all over the world take lifelong learning opportunities through OU Outreach.
- Outreach at the University of Oklahoma extends OU's educational resources through more than 30 different program formats, annually offering about 3,000 courses and activities to more than 200,000 nontraditional students in Oklahoma and all over the world.
- Undergraduate and graduate degrees are offered on campus, online, and at locations around the world. Degrees in Administrative Leadership, Human Relations, Aviation, Criminal Justice, Museum Studies, International Relations, Communication, Social Work, World Cultural Studies, and Organizational Leadership are among the many degree programs to choose from.
- Courses and programs include online independent learning, Intersession offered three times during the year, Precollegiate Programs and summer camps for youth as young as six years old, and numerous workshops and conferences for learners of all ages.
The College of Continuing Education is the Outreach arm of the University of Oklahoma.
University Outreach is made up of the College of Continuing Education (CCE)and the College of Liberal Studies. With a long history spanning back to 1913, Outreach annually offers some 2,000 courses and activities to more than 200,000 nontraditional learners in Oklahoma and in locations all over the world.
Nationally recognized for its pioneering efforts in continuing education, University Outreach extends the educational resources of the University of Oklahoma on campus, online and at more than 60 locations around the world.
Approximately one-third of those participants attend programs held at our residential facility, the Oklahoma Center for Continuing Education (OCCE), in the Thurman J. Forum building, located on the campus of the University of Oklahoma.
International Adult and Continuing Educaton Hall of Fame at the University of Oklahoma Outreach
Annually, adult and continuing education leaders from around the world are selected for induction into the International Adult and Continuing Education Hall of Fame (IACEHF).The story of the IACEHF officially began with the desire to provide a mechanism to honor and document contributions of the past to better build the future. Dr. Thurman J. White began the discussion of this idea.