Requirements Prior to Orientation
There are requirements every student must complete prior to scheduling your New Sooner Orientation Day and additional requirements to help students prepare for their designated Orientation Day. Please read through all of the requirements below!
Requirements Prior to Scheduling your Orientation Day
Complete the required steps below prior to scheduling your New Sooner Orientation Day. These steps must be completed before you will have access to the New Sooner Orientation Day scheduling system.
Visit account.ou.edu and click “New to OU? Set up your OU account.” You'll need your Sooner ID number (included in your admission letter) to create your account. Once your account has been set up, you'll see your OUNet ID (usually 4 letters and 4 numbers) and your OU email address. Take a moment to write these down along with the password that you set up. You'll use these to access and complete your post-admission checklist!
This OU account will follow you through your time at OU and will also provide access to OU resources such as enrollment, grades, course materials, computer labs, OU Libraries resources, and more. This OU account is also what you’ll use to sign in to your official OU email at outlook.office365.com. If you need assistance, please call OU IT at (405) 325-4357.
Prior to scheduling your Orientation Day, all University students are required to successfully complete the mandatory online training located at www.onpoint.ou.edu
Federal law and University policy mandate compliance with Title IX training and the University's Sexual Misconduct, Discrimination and Harassment Policy found at www.ou.edu/eoo.
University policy requires all students to complete the online alcohol policy training before the end of your first semester. This is a good time to complete the mandatory Alcohol Training, available at www.onpoint.ou.edu.
If you have technical difficulties, please contact the IT Help Desk at 405-325-4357.
Note: You must complete the above steps before you’ll have access to the New Sooner Orientation Day scheduling system. It may take 24 - 48 hours from completion of the online training for the scheduling system to become available.
Requirement Prior to Attending Your Orientation Day
Complete the step below prior to attending your New Sooner Orientation Day!
Submit all official AP scores to the University of Oklahoma from the CollegeBoard Website. Submit all official and complete transcripts from your high school and any college or university you have attended, including concurrent enrollment courses.
Official transcripts should be mailed to:
Office of Admissions & Recruitment
1000 Asp Ave Room 127
Norman OK 73019-4076
For additional information about submitting transcripts contact the Office of Admissions & Recruitment at 405-325-2151 or email email@example.com.
After you register for your New Sooner Orientation Day, you will receive a math offer from the University of Oklahoma. Your math offer will include a list of math courses you can enroll in based on your ACT/SAT scores and your high school academic experiences. It is very important you send OU any updated ACT/SAT scores as soon as possible, so you can receive your most accurate math offer. After registering for your Orientation Day, you can log in and see your math offer on your New Sooner Orientation registration confirmation page. Your academic advisor will go over your math offer during your New Sooner Orientation Day.
If you would like to be placed into a higher math course you can assess with our ALEKS math placement assessment. If you have questions about your math offer, the math assessment, concurrent enrollment credit, AP/IB exams, or credit from another university, please click here.
The items listed below are not mandatory to complete prior to becoming a Sooner, however, we encourage you to review the list as some items may be of interest to you!
OU MoneyCoaches partner with you to develop a plan to fund your college degree. By completing the Financial Success Plan prior to your New Sooner Orientation Day, you will lay the foundation for your work together. You will meet your personal MoneyCoach during New Sooner Orientation, who will introduce you to the many financial opportunities we offer and help complete your Financial Success Plan for college. Your MoneyCoach will serve as your financial advisor throughout your time at OU and will be there to celebrate with you as you earn your OU degree. We encourage you to visit with your family as you work on your Financial Success Plan.
Register for Camp Crimson today! During Camp Crimson, students will live on campus for three days, meeting new friends and learning about OU's traditions. Camp Crimson is a great way for you to learn the ins-and-outs of OU and get connected with a vital support system to help you succeed.
The University of Oklahoma provides individualized support services to help students achieve success. To encourage full participation for students with disabilities and help ensure equal educational opportunity, the Disability Resource Center provides a variety of support services, many of which have been developed in response to expressed student needs. For more information, visit: ou.edu/drc. Students who were on Individualized Educational Plans (IEPs) in high school and other students needing individualized support should learn more about the resources provided by the DRC to help students thrive.