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Continue your education with programs like the Lean Institute, OU Project Management Program, Economic Development Institute, & more.
Attend classes at the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute or enroll your K-12 student in Precollegiate Programs on the OU campus.
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Our programs are affordable, convenient and flexible, designed to help you succeed no matter where you are on the path. Join the University of Oklahoma family and be part of a regionally accredited institution with more than 100 years of history and tradition. Your degree is within reach. Check out these success stories from a few of our students, and start writing your own story today!
"I hope that I am being a role model for my children and showing them that if they want something, they can do it... I hope that I’m the example that they need to see that you can pursue what you want, and it’s essential to set reasonable goals for yourself no matter your age.”
“The caliber of instructors is, without a doubt, phenomenal. They always went out of their way to lend a hand and offer their assistance, regardless of their own competing demands.”
"PACS has helped me with my unique circumstances, and I’ve been able to go from surgery or medical procedures back to studying and my work without delay. This made college possible for me."