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Division of Enrollment Management Departments

The Division of Enrollment Management is here to help you through all of the steps of becoming an OU Sooner: from admission to enrollment, financial aid, graduation and beyond. Learn more about how our departments can help you.

Admissions & Recruitment

At the undergraduate direct from high school and transfer levels, student recruitment is coordinated by OU Admissions & Recruitment, which works in conjunction with the offices of Financial Aid, Bursar and Scholarships (among others). Admissions & Recruitment employs approximately 30 recruiters located in Oklahoma (on our Norman and Tulsa campuses), nationally in California, Colorado, Kansas, Illinois and Texas and in our National Scholars Programs and Diversity Enrichment Programs offices. The National Scholars Programs office is devoted to the recruitment of National Merit Scholars, State Regent Scholars, and Oklahoma Academic All-State selections.  The Diversity Enrichment Programs office works to ensure all our recruitment efforts have a focus on first generation, geographically diverse, and unrepresented student populations. Throughout the year, Admissions & Recruitment hosts numerous on-campus events, daily tours and off-campus outreach opportunities (college fairs, one-on-one meetings, visits to high schools, etc.). The office also sends targeted communication via email, printed publications, social media, text messaging and a student call center and maintains a prospective student website.

In addition to efforts listed about, Admissions & Recruitment is also responsible for admitting all populations of students.  Admissions & Recruitment provides services to current OU students, prospective students and other offices campus-wide in areas of Prior Learning Assessment/Advanced Standing Credit, Transfer Equivalencies (including Study Abroad), In-State/Out-of-State Tuition Policy and the Academic Common Market.  We have a freshman team, a transfer team, an international team and a graduate team and we’re dedicated to the success and support of each other and our constituents. 

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Enrollment Services & Academic Records

Enrollment Services & Academic Records encompasses university services for the Norman main campus including Enrollment, Classroom Management, Degree Audit Services, Curricular Changes and Academic Publications.  We assist students in basic enrollment in courses, direct students to the appropriate advising office, provide class schedules for every semester, maintain the university Course Catalog and Academic Calendar, provides transcripts and enrollment verifications for the Norman main campus.  We also receive applications for graduation, manage grades and grade reporting, issue diplomas, and are the custodial records holder for Oklahoma Junior College.

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Financial Aid Operations

Financial Aid Operations offers financial resources to help meet the educational costs of students attending OU. Financial Aid Operations assists by 1) administering federal, state, institutional, and private aid programs, 2) providing customized outreach programs, and 3) assisting students with the successful completion of the financial aid application process.

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Scholarship Office

The OU Scholarship Office works hand in hand with Financial Aid Services, OU Development and the OU Foundation on scholarships offered to continuing students at the University of Oklahoma.  We manage online applications for departmental and college-based scholarships, assist with budgeting and optimization of scholarship funds, provide support to Financial Aid and Recruitment Services on their scholarship procedures, and work to streamline scholarship processes across campus.

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Student Financial Center

Enrollment and Student Financial Services has combined the offices of financial aid, scholarships, and central billing into one student facing office. The new office is called Student Financial Center (SFC) and is designed to allow students with questions concerning financial aid, scholarships or billing and payment to be answered in one central location. Student Financial Center located in Buchanan Hall, Room 105, is open 9 to 5,
Monday through Friday. 

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Veteran Student Services

Veteran Student Services provides certification of veterans or their dependents, Guard, Reservists and students receiving VA Vocational Rehabilitation, who are eligible for educational benefits. Services include help in processing forms necessary for monthly benefits or making changes in enrollment. Counseling is available for academic, financial and personal issues. Tutorial assistance is available for veterans attending on at least a half-time basis. VA work-study positions may be available for those attending at least three-quarter time.

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