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Adding the Experience to the Academic Journey
Student Affairs strives to enhance students' academic success by developing student skills, cultivating diverse campus life experiences, and enriching the university community through programs and services.
OU Counts: 2020 Census Now Available
The 2020 Census is here! Taken every decade, the Census counts every person living in the United States, regardless of citizenship or immigration status. This year, the Census is going digital.
College students living away from their parent(s)’ home while attending college (living either on-campus or off-campus), will be counted at the on-campus or off-campus residence where they live and sleep most of the time. In short, students should be counted at their residence in Norman! Students that normally live at school should be counted at school, even if they are temporarily living somewhere else due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Confidential Resources for Students, Faculty & Staff
The Division of Student Affairs is committed to the safety and wellness of the OU community. Student Affairs offers multiple confidential resources to University of Oklahoma community members. The OU Advocates team works with students, faculty, and staff who experience sexual assault, dating violence, stalking or harrassment. The University Counseling Center offers 1-on-1 counseling sessions to explore any aspects of your concerns and provide help and tools for moving forward.
24-HR Reporting Hotline
To further enhance responsiveness, the University of Oklahoma has established a 24-hour Reporting Hotline. The hotline will serve as an added protection for OU students, handling reports of bias, discrimination, physical or mental harassment or misconduct by OU community members. The 24-hour Reporting Hotline can be accessed by calling 844-428-6531. More Information →
Marijuana usage in response to SQ788
The University of Oklahoma (OU) and Oklahoma State University (OSU) receive federal funds, and the two institutions are legally bound to comply with the Federal Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act (DFSCA), which mandates the implementation of drug prevention programs and prohibits the use of illegal drugs on campus or at University-sponsored events and activities. Read more →