Get Involved with Your College!
Each of OU's academic colleges offers ways for their students to be involved and engaged outside of the classroom. Select your college below to learn how to get more involved!
A&GS provides a number of student resources, including multiple computer labs, funding for undergraduate student travel to professional conferences, numerous research opportunities, and the National Weather Center Library which, in addition to thousands of academic resources, hosts popular weekly visits from therapy dogs.
With over 60 engineering student organizations, including engineering competition teams, and over 4,000 engineering students, the Gallogly College of Engineering leadership, faculty, and staff works to support our students and their organizations throughout the year by providing leadership and learning experiences that promote an inclusive, creative, and diverse community.
What Gaylord College students do is much bigger than a job title. Our students are more than just students. At Gaylord College, they become storytellers, thinkers, creators and innovators, using their degrees from a college that provides endless professional opportunities in dynamic industries around the world.
The Honors College at the University of Oklahoma provides a supportive and challenging academic program for intellectually motivated undergraduate students. The Honors College seeks to inspire students to a lifetime of broad intellectual curiosity and continuing self-sustained inquiry and personal growth.
Involvement in Jeannine Rainbolt College of Education student organizations serves as a means for students to interact with each other, faculty members and the College's administration. From networking with students and professionals in a specific discipline to assisting with the College's many volunteer efforts, student organizations provide an avenue for increased involvement and heightened learning during your time in the College.
Student life in the Mewbourne College is as varied as our student population. There are plenty of ways to get involved in the college, from going to technical presentations from industry professionals, to volunteering at local Norman schools teaching kids about fossils, and even getting to hang out with your peers at events like our Welcome Back Social at HeyDay or the Welcome Back Cookout at Sarkeys Energy Center.
The Weitzenhoffer Family College of Fine Arts, an integral part of the University of Oklahoma, recognizes the universal language of the arts and its crucial role in creating and sustaining a vibrant, culturally diverse environment. The College is committed to a standard of excellence in the fine arts encompassing the University’s mandate for teaching, research/creative activity, and service. The faculty, staff and students are dedicated to the promotion of the arts within the state of Oklahoma, the nation, and the international community.