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Diversity Enrichment Programs Events

Congratulations on your senior year! We know you have a lot of questions and may be wondering who you can go to for help. Well, that’s where we have your back and want to guide you in making your dream of becoming a Sooner a reality!

We hope to see you at any of our free college preparation events where we bring the experts to you. Please contact us if you have any questions and come as you are!

All the events are bilingual. Todos nuestros eventos son bilingues.

The vision of American Indian Visitation Day is for you to experience the commitment that OU has to Native students and American Indian opportunities on campus.

At this event, you will:

  • Meet your high school recruiter
  • Explore academic programs
  • Learn about student support services
  • Explore student organizations
  • Connect with your American Indian heritage

Time: 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Check in at: Jim Thorpe Multicultural Center
                    (Located just south of Couch Restaurants)

For more information or to register, click here.

As a prospective student, you will receive a complimentary t-shirt at the event.  If you are interested in purchasing additional guest t-shirts for friends or family members, click here.

For questions and accommodations on the basis of disability, please call 1 (800) 234-6868 or email ou-pss@ou.edu.

A series of essay preparation workshops offered free of charge to help you write essays that improve your opportunities for admission and scholarships.

September: Application Nights (time and location TBA)

October: Scholarship Essay Nights (time and location TBA)

More information about these events coming soon!

An opportunity coordinated through your recruiter to explore campus in the only way a Sooner knows how with the utmost attention to you and what you want to learn about OU. Bus trips help you to meet current students from your high school, ask questions and spend a day on campus as a future Sooner!

Schools include: Astec Charter, Dove Science Academy, Northwest Classen High School, Southeast High School, U.S. Grant High School, Western Heights High School, Classen School of Advanced Studies and Mount Saint Mary’s High School, Capitol Hill High School

More information on registration for this event coming soon!

An opportunity coordinated through your recruiter to explore campus in the only way a Sooner knows how with the utmost attention to you and what you want to learn about OU. Bus trips help you to meet current students from your high school, ask questions and spend a day on campus as a future Sooner!

Schools include: Star Spencer High School, Oklahoma Centennial High School, Northeast Academy for Health Sciences and Engineering, Millwood High School, Crooked Oak High School, Douglass High School, John Marshall High School, Harding Fine Arts Academy, Harding Charter Prep High School

More information on registration for this event coming soon!

We understand that you, your family and community may have a lot of questions about paying for college. We want to help you! Take advantage of the opportunity to meet with representatives from OU who will be available to assist in completing your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and answer scholarship and financial aid questions. Offered throughout the months of January and February.

More information about these events coming soon!

Join us at the University of Oklahoma April 4 - 6 for an exciting new initiative that focuses entirely on the collegiate success of African American males. Did you know only 37% of African American males who begin a bachelor’s degree program will graduate, compared to 51% of African American females? The Developing Black Males Conference is a three-day event committed to improving that statistic. You will hear from speakers from across the state and across the country regarding barriers to academic success for African American males and learn how to better equip yourself for success at the University level.

This event is free to attend, and we will cover the cost of your lodging and food while you are with us.

You simply need to let us know you are coming by registering at ou.edu/go2/developblackmales. Space is limited, so register early!

Deadline to register is April 2.