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Courses Offered by University College

 

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University College works hard to provide courses that meet our mission of "assisting new students in making a successful transition to the University and in building a solid foundation for further academic success." See below for more information and/or login to Ozone to enroll today!

Gateway to College Learning, UCOL 1002

Gateway is a letter-graded, two-credit-hour elective course to help students with the transition from high school to college. Read more about Gateway

First Steps, UCOL 1013

First Steps is a 3-credit, summer course intended to assist students in the transition from high school to college. Read more about First Steps

University College Seminars, UCOL 1022

Through University College Seminars, students have an opportunity to discover a unique support system while making a successful transition to college learning. Each seminar features exploration of a specific topic with an outstanding instructor and a mentor group. Read more about University College Seminars

Explore Sooner - Deciding on a Major, UCOL 1030

This 1-credit course explores the majors and minors that OU has to offer, and it helps students find their own interests and strengths.  UCOL 1030 is a half-semester course with sections meeting either the first half or second half of the semester.

Faculty Mentoring, UNIV 1210

Faculty Mentoring is a 0-credit course providing the opportunity for students to build relationships with faculty, increase their network base, and gain valuable life experience. Read more about Faculty Mentoring

Strategies for Success, UCOL 2002

Strategies is a 2-credit course designed to assist students who are on academic probation or notice. Read more about Strategies

Transitions for Transfer Students, UCOL 3001

This course introduces transfer students to the academic requirements, policies, and resources at the University of Oklahoma. Read more about Transitions