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02/11/2019

Update to Questions Related to International Student Enrollment

Each month, students with unpaid balances are notified that their unpaid balances will jeopardize their ability to enroll the next semester. 

As of Thursday, Feb. 7, 454 of the 28,500 enrolled students at OU had unpaid balances and had holds on their accounts. Of these, 12 were international students.  Read more

2/13/2019

OU Statement

The University of Oklahoma received allegations of serious misconduct that it was legally obligated to investigate.  The University retained the Jones Day firm to conduct an independent investigation, which is ongoing at the current time.   Appropriate individuals will have an opportunity to be interviewed during the investigation.

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2/7/2019

The Brain and the Heart - February's Neuro Night Forum

Heart in hand picture

“The Brain and Heart” is the topic for February’s Neuro Night forum, scheduled for    6 p.m. Tuesday, February 19th. Complimentary light dinner will be served at 5:30 p.m. The event, located at 1404 N.W. 122nd St., Oklahoma City, is held in collaboration with The Fountains at Canterbury. Read more

12/19/2018

OU Classified as 2018 Carnegie Institution Top Tier Research University

Stephenson Life Sciences Center

The University of Oklahoma announced today that it has achieved the 2018 Carnegie Institution’s Very High Research Activity classification. With this designation, OU is among the nation’s top 120 doctoral-degree granting institutions in the 2018 top research category. OU made history in 2010 as the first public institution in Oklahoma to receive the Carnegie top tier research university classification and was classified again as a top tier research institution in 2015. Read more

11/19/2018

Free Tuition and Average Fees for Qualifying Residents

Crimson Commitment

As part of its dedication to affordability, the University of Oklahoma is launching the Crimson Commitment program. A student who is enrolled in OU’s Crimson Commitment will not have to pay tuition and, combining outside and OU resources, up to $8,000 in student fees for four years. The new program will be implemented beginning in fall 2019 for both incoming and current resident students who are recipients of Oklahoma’s Promise. Read more