Providing emergency grant funding to current Norman and Tulsa campus students affected by unforeseen financial strain, such as natural disasters, theft of personal property, death in the family, and a variety of other circumstances.
At OU, fostering an environment of integrity, respect, and the highest ethical standards is a top priority. Each member of the OU community shares the responsibility of ensuring these values are firmly upheld and concerns are promptly addressed.
We are thinking of you, the alumni and friends who generously support the Division of Student Affairs at OU. Give a gift that advances student success through our four pillars - Advocacy, Leadership, Well-Being, and Career Development.
The Campus Event Response Team was established to support student well-being and safety during campus protests, demonstrations, and select events during which there is a potential for counter demonstration or emotional triggers and responses.
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The OU Behavior Intervention Team's focus is care and concern for students, faculty, and staff members who may be in distress. We coordinate resources and implement a centralized response, with the goals of providing assistance to the individual and keeping our community healthy and safe.
At OU, fostering an environment of integrity, respect, and the highest ethical standards is a top priority. Each member of the OU community shares the responsibility of ensuring these values are firmly upheld and concerns are promptly addressed. The reporting hotline – OU Report It! – provides a simple and anonymous way for employees, students, and community members to report concerns related, but not limited, to: Human Resources, Academics, Safety, Student Affairs, Accounting and Financial, Regulatory/Policy Compliance, Institutional Equity, Athletics and Research.The hotline is hosted by Navex Global, an independent third party, to provide an avenue to confidentially report suspected wrongdoing or unethical behavior without the fear of retaliation.
The OU Report It! website has been redesigned to make it easier to submit concerns. To make a report, select the appropriate campus below:
The OU Report It! hotline’s new mobile intake feature makes the reporting process even easier and faster. Access the mobile intake by scanning this QR code:
Hazing & Alcohol 24/7 Reporting Hotline:
UCC Alcohol & Drug Counseling Services:
(405) 325-2911 / Goddard Health Center 2nd Floor
Oklahoma Memorial Union 181
(405) 325-7700 / NormanBIT@ou.edu / ou.edu/normanbit
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University Counseling Center (UCC)
(405) 325-2911 / Goddard Health Center 2nd Floor / Walk-Ins 8 a.m.-5 p.m. M-F
National 24/7 Hopeline Network
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
National Suicide & Crisis Hotline
988 (call or text)
(405) 325-3852 (Voice) / (405) 325-4173 (TDD)
To register with the ADRC and learn more about resources and accomodations, please visit their website: ou.edu/adrc
The OU Advocates team works with students, faculty, and staff who experience sexual assault, dating violence, stalking or harrassment. The University Counseling Center offers 1-on-1 counseling sessions to explore any aspects of your concerns and provide help and tools for moving forward.
OU Police Department (OUPD)
911 or (405) 325-1911
Sexual Misconduct Office
(405) 325-2215 / email@example.com / Four Partners Place 1000
University of Oklahoma students are guaranteed certain rights by the constitutions of the United States and the State of Oklahoma and the University of Oklahoma Student Government Association. The Student Handbook consists of student policies on Norman's campus, as well as additional policies for registered student organizations.
Unfortunately we must face, all too often, the death of one of our OU students. Student Affairs coordinates university business, department notification(s) and communication with the family (when needed) when such a tragedy occurs.
Student Affairs’ involvement will of course, not preclude the involvement of the college or department with the student’s family and/or services. It will be important for anyone who has had a connection to the student to offer their condolences and assistance.
If you would like to report by phone, call the office at (405) 325-3161.
Programs and events under the Division are designed and presented with purpose. Assessment is critical in maintaining the direction of activities and their correlation to our mission and goals.
The purpose of all Student Affairs assessment activities at the University of Oklahoma is to carefully examine the services and programs as they relate directly or indirectly to student learning and success.