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Student Affairs seeks to assist students in realizing their goals (academic, personal, and professional). Many of these goals are accomplished through the co-curricular experience. Please help Student Affairs assess if goals are being met by completing the Co-Curricular Experience Outcomes survey (Project CEO).
This anonymous survey may take up to 15 minutes to complete and will provide information for Student Affairs to assist generations of students to come.
24-HR REPORTING HOTLINE
In light of incidents on other campuses and 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.
THE HUDDLE: OU COMBAT VETERANS
Student Affairs announces the second Huddle of the spring semester. OU Combat Veterans are invited to join this informal environment of gathering, socializing and meeting other OU Faculty, Staff and Student Combat Veterans.
April 25, 2017
10 AM - 11:30 AM I Come & Go
Student Affairs Conference Room,
CRIMSON CRUISERS ARE LIVE!
Left to Right: Kasey Catlett, Associate Director, and Kathy Fahl, Director of the Gender+Equality Center.
OU's bike share program, Crimson Cruisers,
is live and operating. Students, staff and faculty
are encouraged to sign up for your FREE
account today. Download the "SoBi"
(Social Bicycles) app and use your OU email
account to join.
Our very own Director of the Gender+Equality Center, Kathy Fahl, and Associate Director of LGBTQ & Health Programs, Kasey Catlett, test the Cruisers at the launch ceremony April 4, 2017.
COMMUNITY DIALOGUE WORKSHOPS
NAME CHANGE: We appreciate the feedback regarding the voluntary workshops program and acknowledge the concern about its name. We have renamed the program Community Dialogue Workshops to better reflect the intention of the program, which remains optional and open to all students.
If you have further questions or recommendations, please contact Student Affairs at (405) 325-3161 or StudentAffairs@ou.edu.
Letter of clarification. Posted April 6, 2017
Student Affairs is excited to offer another semester of the Community Dialogue Workshops. The Workshops are the result of Greek community feedback and requests for further education in the areas of diversity and inclusion. The Workshops are open to all OU students, optional, self-paced, and can be completed in any order.
The Workshops are taught by OU faculty and staff members and designed to (1) teach key concepts, (2) reflect on personal participation in troubling dynamics, and (3) equip students with the tools to actively participate in dialogue and situations regarding ableism, classism, racism, and sexism. Once all four workshops and the LGBTQ Ally training are completed, students may request their certificate of completion.
Seating is limited, so register today!
STUDENT COMMUNITY HOURS
OU students are welcome to use the Student Affairs Jan Marie Crawford conference room during "Student Community Hours." There will be food, drinks, music, TV, and a computer provided, and hopefully lots of students to chat with during these blocked hours. We hope you can make it!
Student Affairs Conference Room, Oklahoma Memorial Union, Suite 265
(Second floor located above Crossroads.)
Walk into the suite and take a right down the hallway.
The conference room is the first door located on the right side.
- 4/20 12-3p.m.
- 4/21 12-3p.m.
- 4/24 12-3p.m.
- 4/28 12-3p.m.
OU Parents 101: Learning with your Freshman
In Student Affairs, we want to keep you, the parent, connected. By providing you the information needed to stay informed and aware of what your student is doing and/or needing to do throughout the semester, your student's experience will be heightened, their success at the University fully supported, and their opportunities, endless.
Here you can find all the information you need to remain an engaged, supportive parent and/or guardian of your new Sooner. This course highlights dates, events, campus services, and tips for parents of new University of Oklahoma students.