The Office of Admissions & Recruitment is excited to offer campus tours for groups of prospective high school and college transfer students. These tours are available to accommodate specialized groups like high school classes or clubs (among others) that may be too large for our regularly scheduled tours.
In order to ensure a pleasant and informative visit, please review the FAQs and guidelines below before requesting your tour. If you have any additional questions, feel free to contact us at (405) 325-2151 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
We can't wait to welcome you to campus!
These guidelines apply to group tours for high school and transfer students. If you are a high school or transfer student interested in taking a general campus tour, click here.
Students should be dropped off at the Asp Ave Cul-de-sac (PDF map); busses should not drive on the Parrington Oval. Once students are dropped off busses should proceed on Jenkins and park at the Lloyd Noble Center. No parking pass is required to park at the Lloyd Noble Center.
In response to COVID-19, Campus Dining has made changes to its operations, procedures and policies to ensure all current health and safety guidelines are in place. Campus Dining is only accepting current student meal plans, and Group Tours visiting will not be permitted to eat within Campus Dining. We encourage you to check out other places in Norman to eat or bring your own lunches for a picnic on campus!
Yes, groups will need to provide one chaperone over 21 years of age for every 12 minors on campus (under the age of 18). For virtual visits, there will need to be at least one chaperone over 21 years of age present for the entirety of the Virtual Group Tour.
Learn more at: ou.edu/web/landing/policy
The University of Oklahoma has numerous campus locations and a variety of events that attract minors, which may be sponsored by the University or by third parties. These guidelines are meant to serve as guidance for these valuable experiences. Please note, these guidelines may not encompass each and every encounter with a minor and should be flexible depending on the circumstances and with the approval of either a supervisor in charge of the area or facility or the Office of Risk Management, in consultation with the Office of Legal Counsel. The safety of minors on campus is of utmost importance to the University and these guidelines have been approved in order to provide a safe, fun and productive educational environment.
To review the full policy, guidelines and forms: ou.edu/web/landing/policy
The parent or guardian should provide line of sight supervision of minors at all times. A parent or guardian must assure that minors are not disruptive to others.
Parent or guardian must not leave minors unattended, including at athletic events or other University activities.
Minors are not allowed in High Risk Areas.
The information provided allows us to start communicating with students about the college admissions process.
In order to provide the best campus experience for visitors, we limit the size of each tour group. Due to student tour guide schedules and daily individual tours as well as social distancing guidelines from the CDC, we are unable to provide the adaquate number of tour guides for groups larger than 30.