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OU Outreach Is All About Transformations
In a fast paced, constantly changing world, it’s hard to keep up. Individuals, organizations, businesses, communities, and others have relied on OU Outreach to assist in their transformation. Let OU Outreach help you transform your career, your life, your future.
Your degree is within reach at OU Outreach
Resilience Development Institute
Are you Prepared for a Disaster?
The Resilience Development Institute (ReDI) provides the first-of-its-kind certification training for organizational leaders that focus on disaster preparedness, response, and recovery. The Executive Track training, the first of three tracks needed to earn designation as a Certified Resilience Professional, starts October 18-22, 2015 in Oklahoma City.
OU Precollegiate Programs
College Bound High School Test Prep
Do you have a high school student getting ready for college? OU Precollegiate Programs offers ACT and PSAT prep courses to help ensure each student’s success when he or she sits for the real exam. The prep courses feature lectures with practice tests, suggested test taking strategies, and time management during the test.
Osher Lifelong Learning Institute
Lifelong learning through OLLI
The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at the University of Oklahoma is dedicated to promoting lifelong learning and personal growth of older adults, age 50+, through a variety of noncredit courses. Transform yourself with knowledge and see how “Life is Learning”!
Medieval Fair Lecture Series
Come learn more about the Middle Ages
The Medieval Fair Free Lecture Series are in full swing for the fall semester. All lectures take place at 6:30 pm at the Central Norman Public Library, are free, and are open to all ages. Come learn more about the Middle Ages just for the fun of learning!