These are the next steps you need to take as an admitted Concurrent Enrollment student. You will need to complete these steps in order to be advised and enroll in classes.
Set up your OU Net Account/Email Address
Your OUNet Account is your key to accessing OU’s technology resources, such as e-mail, enrollment and grades, course materials, computer labs and OU Libraries resources. Set yours up today and check it regularly.
- Visit accounts.ou.edu
- Click 'I'm New to OU Setup Account'
- Activate your account here and follow the instructions
- Enter your Date of Birth (MM/DD/YYYY)
- Enter your Sooner ID
- You will be taken to a page where your 4x4 (OUNet ID) is and you will create a password.
- Be sure to remember your OUNet ID and password
Take your Mandatory Online Training
In accordance with federal law and university policy, you must successfully complete the following online training in order to enroll.
- Visit onpoint.ou.edu
- Sign in with your 4x4 and password
- Click 'Take Required Training'
- Complete all of the required trainings
Set up your Advising Appointment
You can schedule an advising appointment for over the phone by visiting iadvise.ou.edu.
- Before your advising appointment, check out some of our featured courses here or visit classnav.ou.edu to search through all of OU's courses
- Unless you were admitted for the first time this upcoming semester, you must provide your academic advisor with the Concurrent Enrollment Recommendation Form for each term you enroll at the University
- Please email the form to your academic advisor before your appointment or bring it with you
Fill out the Permission to Release Education Record Form
In order for OU to be able to send your transcript to your high school upon completion of your courses each semester, please fill out this form:
Take the Majors Assessment
Do you not know what you want to major in at The University of Oklahoma? Take this free assessment and you will receive a list of your best-fit majors at The University of Oklahoma. Create your profile and we will help you create your major and career plan based on your academic aptitude and interests.
Check your OU Email Account (Regularly)!
Visit outlook.office365.com to check your OU email. Many OU departments and staff, including billing and your professor, will only communicate with you via this email address, so it is important that you check it regularly.
- Log in with your OUNet ID (4x4) and password
- OU IT automatically assigned you an email address (First.MI.Lastemail@example.com) upon admission.
- This can be changed within your account settings on account.ou.edu.
Get your Sooner ID Card
The Sooner Card is the official identification card for OU students, faculty, staff, and their affiliates. The Sooner Card is now available through mobile, i.e. iPhone and NFC-Enabled Android devices. In order to get the card on your device, you must upload a photo to one.ou.edu and once it is approved, you will be able to download the card through the eAccounts App. If you have an Android device, you are encouraged to get a physical card as well, free of charge as the mobile credential on android sometimes does not work. Carry your Sooner Card with you at all times, as it identifies you as a currently enrolled student and allows you to access a wide range of services and products on campus. If there any questions, please visit the Sooner Card Office in the Memorial Union (Room 127) or Cross Office (116 4th Suite D #138), or contact the office at (405) 325-3113.
Purchase a Parking Permit
Contact OU Parking Services about purchasing an OU parking pass, ask for an 'All Purpose Permit' and let them know you are a Concurrent Enrollment student, as you will receive discounted rates. The parking pass should cost $50 or less per semester.
- Contact the Parking Office at (405) 325-3311
- Visit the Parking Office to pick up your permit at 1332 Jenkins Ave.
If you are a Concurrent Enrollment student who does not want to buy a parking permit, you can park at Lloyd Noble Center and take the CART bus system to your building. You can park a Lloyd Noble for free.
Lloyd Noble: Bus Route #40
The Lloyd Noble Center Bus operate from 7 am to 9 pm on Mondays-Thursdays, 7 am to 6 pm on Fridays and no Saturday service. See the CART Schedule for more information.
If you are a student at Norman High School or Norman North, you can take the Norman CART bus system to campus from your high school. There are CART stops near each school. The Norman Buses run from 7 am to 10 pm on Mondays-Fridays and 10 am to 7 pm on Saturdays.
Norman High: Bus Route #10
It will pick up every hour .09 after the hour and .36 after the hour
Norman North: Bus Route #21
It will pick up every hour at .29 after the hour.
Before or during the first week of courses, be sure to buy your textbooks. You can buy your textbooks anywhere, but the easiest place to buy your books is online.
Akademos is a fully online textbook store that was selected to be the university’s new provider for textbooks and course materials. Students are able to purchase textbooks and course materials from www.soonerbooks.com.
Students can purchase physical textbooks (new, used, rental) and have them shipped to their home or campus address for free. Students will also have options to purchase digital or eBook. Additionally, Akademos offers a marketplace where students can buy and sell directly from individuals or third parties.
The University of Oklahoma bills tuition, mandatory fees and course-related fees by semester/term. Bursar Services provides monthly email notifications, sent to students’ official OU e-mail address and their authorized users, the first of every month detailing charges and payments that occurred during the prior month. The student account charges that are billed on the first of each month are due by the 25th day of the month the statement was generated.
The student eBill is posted online at one.ou.edu. The student needs his/her student username and password to login to One. To view the eBill or make payments online, students will click on the Financial header on one.ou.edu.
Eligible Oklahoma high school seniors will receive a tuition waiver for up to 18 credit hours their senior year. This waiver is typically applied to eligible student accounts following the add/drop period of each semester. If a student has questions regarding the status of his/her waiver, he/she may contact Bursar Services at 405-325-3121.
Should a student wish to allow parent or authorized user access, he/she can authorize users to access his/her Bursar account to make payment:
- Login to one.ou.edu
- Click the Financial header
- Click 'Set Up Authorized User'
Authorized user(s) will receive two e-mail confirmations:
- Notification of their user name
- An email containing a temporary password.
When an authorized user has accessed the account, he/she will use the Bill Pay link under Authorized User Bill Pay on bursar.ou.edu, to make payments. The student may authorize as many users as he/she wishes. Each user has access to view their own Bursar activity only.
For additional questions, please refer to bursar.ou.edu, or call Bursar Services at 405-325-3121.