About University College
University College includes Advising, the Assessment Center, the Center for Student Advancement, Freshman Programs, and the Student Learning Center to serve OU students. We're also the academic home of OU's ROTC. Founded in 1942, University College was one of the first academic units in the United States to focus on meeting the special needs of first year students. Since then, many colleges and universities have patterned their first year experience (FYE) programs on the University College model.
University College moved to the new Lissa and Cy Wagner Student Academic Services Center in Spring 2009. Wagner Hall also houses the Writing Center, the Graduation Office, Project Threshold, and study rooms and is at the center of a developing "student services district" in the middle of campus seeking to improve student success, retention, and graduation rates.
University College Departments
Advising Records Office
Wagner Hall 100: The Academic Records Office is committed to helping students succeed by supporting the advising process – ensuring that student records are current and complete.
Wagner Hall 100: The University College Academic Advising office is committed to fostering a collaborative environment between advisor and student, promoting positive educational experiences and enabling responsible and successful student academic progress. Meet our advisors, book an appointment, and get more information about University College Advising. Contact us at 405.325.3521 or email@example.com.
Center for Student Advancement
Wagner Hall 150: The Center for Student Advancement is committed to providing programs and services that promote the retention and success of students experiencing academic challenges. CSA offers advising and courses entitled Strategies for Success, Transitions, First Steps, and Faculty Mentoring. The Center is open for student walk-ins or appointments. For more information on the Center for Student Advancement, call 405.325.2574 or stop by.
Wagner Hall 170: Freshman Programs assists students in making a successful transition from high school to university learning. Gateway to College Learning and University College Seminars are courses that help students develop the ability to engage in higher-level academic thinking, access resources available at a research university, cultivate vital life skills, and gain knowledge of the traditions and campus life culture at the University of Oklahoma. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org, 405.325.3470, or stop by.
Armory and Craddock Hall: What is ROTC? An education and training program at select universities throughout the United States to prepare qualified men and women for service as commissioned officers in the military. Students awarded ROTC scholarships often receive full tuition, books, fees and other financial benefits. This includes the Naval, Army, Marine Corps, and Air Force. Click here for the ROTC homepage.
Student Learning Center
Wagner Hall 245 and Adams Center, Muldrow 105: The Student Learning Center's mission is to promote students' academic achievement, critical thinking skills, and positive study habits. The SLC does this through an academic assistance program called UC Action, a Student Success Series offering workshops and study consultations, technology resources, and study space. Contact us at 405.325.7621, email@example.com, or stop by.
Fall/Spring Hours: The Student Learning Center @ Wagner Hall is open Monday-Thursday, 8:00am-1:00am and Friday, 8:00am-5:00pm. The Housing Learning Center welcomes you Sunday-Thursday, 3:00pm-10:00pm and Friday 9:00am-3:00pm. During these hours, there are sporadic room reservations for UC Action sessions, Success Seminars, Writing consultations, and classes. Summer: Wagner Hall 245 is available on a limited basis Monday-Friday, 8:00am-5:00pm.