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OU Together Website Features New Information for Spring 2021

OU Together Website Features New Information for Spring 2021

The OU Together wordmark seen overlaid on a photo of a student studying in the Great Reading Room

The OU Together website, a central resource for Norman campus operations during the pandemic, has been updated with new information for the spring semester. Read on to learn more.

Revamped COVID-19 Dashboard

The COVID-19 dashboard, which represents testing data on the Norman campus, features a new look, with information presented in an easily digestible format. The dashboard now offers the cumulative test results from OU Health Services on the Norman campus since March 9, 2020.

As before, data listed on the dashboard includes:

  • Positive test results and the percent positive rate for tests administered at OU Health Services at Goddard Health Center
  • A breakdown of Norman campus students, faculty and staff currently in self-isolation/quarantine and the reasons why
  • Positive case numbers and seven-day rolling averages for the state of Oklahoma, Cleveland County, the city of Norman and Norman’s three primary ZIP codes (73069, 73071, 73072)

COVID-19 Training for Norman Campus to Launch Jan. 19

As the first day of the spring semester approaches, the Norman campus is implementing a short online training program that reviews the latest information on the virus and on the university’s interventions and policies.

Starting Jan. 19, all students, faculty and staff on the Norman campus will be asked to complete a required COVID-19 Compliance Training. Information regarding how to access the COVID-19 Compliance Training will be emailed beginning on Jan. 19 from OnPoint LMS (Learning System Administrator –

Students and employees on the OU-Tulsa and OU Health Sciences Center campuses were asked to complete the COVID-19 Compliance Training during the fall semester and do not need to retake it at this time.

OU’s Response to COVID-19

Since the onset of the pandemic, the university has taken lengthy steps to protect its campus communities. A new page on the OU Together website details many of the measures taken on the Norman campus, celebrating the OU community’s collective response to the pandemic.

Bookmark Your Campus’ Website for COVID-19 Resources and Updates

Each campus’ COVID-19 website is designed to provide employees, students and visitors with up-to-date information and resources. Please consider bookmarking your campus’ website and refer to it frequently for updates.

Norman Campus

Health Sciences Center Campus

OU-Tulsa Campus

Article Published:  Wednesday, January 13, 2021