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Student Affairs strives to enhance students' academic success by developing student skills, cultivating diverse campus life experiences, and enriching the university community through programs and services.

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The SafeRide program provides safe, free taxi and bus transportation to OU students within the Norman city limits. The program operates from 10 p.m. to 3 a.m. on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays to offer OU students safe transportation at the end of their evening. 

Learn How to Use SafeRide

We're here to help. Student Affairs offers many services to create a safe and healthy environment, including, but not limited to the Behavioral Intervention Team, OU Advocates and the University Counseling Center.

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ENGAGING PARENTS & FAMILIES

NEW: PARENT & FAMILY PROGRAMS

Parent & Family Programs


New parents and family members, welcome to the OU Family!

As part of your student’s support system, your role is critical to their success from orientation through graduation. Student Affairs, on behalf of the University, is eager to partner with you in that effort - providing resources, support, and opportunities to connect your family to the diverse range of experiences available at OU.

MEET: Tracy Carlson, Parent & Family Programs Coordinator

Parent & Family Programs


Meet our newest Student Affairs team member,
Tracy Carlson, Parent & Family Programs (PFP) Coordinator.

Tracy is excited to be the University's official liaison
with our students' parents, families and/or guardians.

CONTACT TRACY

NEW: PARENT & FAMILY ORIENTATIONS

Is your student attending Camp Crimson this summer? We invite you to join us at one of our Parent and Family Orientations this summer. Choose the session you would like to attend:

  • July 13-14 (Concurrent with BOOMER Camp Crimson Session), 
  • July 20-21 (Concurrent with SOONER Camp Crimson Session), and 
  • August 10-11

The July PFP Orientation sessions align with Camp Crimson dates to allow you and your student(s) to end your experiences at the same time on Friday. While your students are having the time of their lives meeting peers and learning about campus, consider joining us at a session created just for you. Hurry! Spots are filling up fast.

REGISTER HERE

PROVIDING RESOURCES

STUDENT LEGAL SERVICES

Student Legal Services



Student Legal Services, an initiative of the Student Government Association (SGA), provides free, quality legal services to students in order to ensure their ability to focus on achieving academic success.

 

MORE INFORMATION

MEET: Tracey Langford, Student Legal Services Attorney

Tracey Langford, Student Legal Services Attorney


Tracey graduated in 2004 from the Oklahoma City University School of Law. After completing a competitive internship program, Tracey began her career at the Oklahoma County Public Defender's Office, representing indigent clients who would otherwise have no voice in the criminal justice system. Tracey went into private practice in 2007 and continued to work primarily in the areas of family and criminal law, as well as probate and civil litigation. In November 2016, Tracey joined the Student Government Association team as the Student Legal Services Attorney.


 

CONTACT TRACEY

BUILDING COMMUNITY

CRIMSON CRUISERS ARE LIVE!

Join Crimson Cruisers Today
Left to Right: Kasey Catlett, Associate Director, and Kathy Fahl, Director of the Gender+Equality Center.


OU's bike share program, Crimson Cruisers,
is live and operating. Students, staff and faculty
are encouraged to sign up for your FREE
account today. Download the "SoBi"
(Social Bicycles) app and use your OU email
account to join.

Our very own Director of the Gender+Equality Center, Kathy Fahl, and Associate Director of LGBTQ & Health Programs, Kasey Catlett, test the Cruisers 
at the launch ceremony April 4, 2017.

MORE INFO / FREE SIGN UP

24-HR REPORTING HOTLINE

In light of incidents on other campuses and to further enhance responsiveness, the University of Oklahoma has established a 24-hour Reporting Hotline.  The hotline will serve as an added protection for OU students, handling reports of bias, discrimination, physical or mental harassment or misconduct by OU community members.  The 24-hour Reporting Hotline can be accessed by calling 844-428-6531.

24-HR Online Reporting