What To Do Update
Whether in-person or online, the Division of Student Affairs strives to keep you connected to the University of Oklahoma. During this season, What To Do may look a little different with expanded options of weekly features. Each Monday, you will receive an all-in-one email featuring virtual campus events, engagement opportunities with your friends and friendly faces at OU, as well as helpful resources tailored for virtual college living. Student Affairs is your engagement, wellness, and outside-the-classroom, connection to OU.
Regarding the National Climate
On the Student Affairs homepage you can read the joint statement from the division as well as an email from Vice President for Student Affairs and Dean of Students, Dr. David Surratt, in regard to the national climate.
OU Health Services is offering curbside COVID-19 testing for OU community members (faculty, staff, and students) and their dependents at least 16 years of age who have symptoms of COVID-19 or have had direct exposure from someone with COVID-19. In order to be ready for your arrival, please make an appointment by calling 405-325-4441. More information can be found on the OU Health Services website.
Your source for campus EVENTS & RESOURCES
OU Advocates are still available 24/7 for any OU community member who may need advocacy services. Call or text 405-615-0013 for free and confidential services.
Looking for resume help or career search advice? Meet with your Career Adviser! All Career Services resources are still available online through email, call, or Zoom!
Counseling Services is open during normal hours over the summer. You can call 405-325-2911 to schedule Telehealth counseling appointments.
Although we can't be physically together on campus at this time, we still want to stay connected with you through virtual events and leadership opportunities.
The OU Food Pantry continues to provide food assistance for our community. Additionally, if you are able, food and monetary donations are gladly appreciated.
The university has launched the OU Together website designed to provide you with up-to-date information for the fall semester.
Norman Campus students, please take time this week to complete the Mask Questionnaire linked below. We value your feedback.
The Behavior Intervention Team is available to receive your report. Our focus is care and concern for students, faculty, and staff members who may be in distress.
The 2020 Census is more than a population count: it's an opportunity to shape the future of OU and our community. Complete the census now (it only takes 10 minutes).
OrgSync has been updated and upgraded to the ENGAGE platform! Student Affairs and SGA are excited for you to experience the new tools and features that are offered.
While the Fit+Rec buildings may be closed, their staff is providing free classes and additional resources online through social media and their YouTube page.
Goddard Health Center is still open and seeing patients either in person or via Telehealth. Telehealth appointments are great for dietary questions, counseling, prescription refills, or minor health conditions.
There's been some great videos, podcast, and playlists created to encourage and motivate you during this season. We've curated some of our favorites on this page here.
If you, a friend, or a neighbor need a hand during these unprecedented times, we hope these resources below will be a starting place for you to get the help you need.