Summer Session 2014
Get Ahead. Stay on Track. Catch Up.
Why should you enroll in OU Summer Session?
Summer Session at the University of Oklahoma provides students with a unique opportunity to get ahead, stay on track, or catch up while still enjoying some downtime during the summer.
Current Sooners may enroll in summer courses to help ease fall and spring semester course loads. Many are able to get into that “always full” required course during the summer session, while others appreciate being able to singularly focus on a difficult subject. Current students also choose to pursue special topics during the summer – like Education Abroad, intensive study, and practicum experiences – that may not easily fit into fall or spring course schedules.
Visiting Sooners can enroll in OU summer courses as well. Current high school students and Oklahomans who are attending college out-of-state enjoy taking OU summer session classes. Visiting students are welcome to enroll in one of our courses and find that it is easy to apply for summer admission.
Most summer classes held on campus are small, allowing students and faculty to enjoy more informal interactions in a relaxed environment. In addition, all students may live on campus during the summer months where friendships are formed, programming and activities are provided, and easy parking is available.
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.
Summer 2014 Schedule
Enroll in 4-week or 7-week long courses for the summer.
Block A (4 weeks): May 12 - June 6
Block B (4 weeks): June 9 - July 3
Block C (4 weeks): July 8 - Aug 1
Block D (7 weeks): May 12 - June 27
Block E (7 weeks): June 30 - Aug 15
Find A Class
Use CLASSNAV.OU.EDU to find classes for the summer, fall, and spring.
CLASSNAV.OU.EDU can help you sort though over 600 traditional courses and over 200 online courses being offer in Summer 2013.
Have you enrolled in less than 30 hours total in the Fall and the Spring?
Check out summer banking that allows you to use the hours you didnt take during the year in the summer without paying tuition. Click here for more information about Flat-Rate Tuition and OU Summer Session.