Student completes OU Extended Campus degree while serving as production superintendent for the United States Air Force Thunderbirds.
Lisa Smith-Jack always dreamed of earning a degree from OU. She never imagined she would be 50 years old when it happened, or how much it would change her life once she did.
Sgt. Ron Helus, a graduate of OU Extended Campus, died trying to save others during a mass shooting at the Borderline Bar & Grill in Thousand Oaks, Calif.
Lori Siemek, an Administrative Leadership alumna, credits OU Extended Campus for opening doors she never thought possible.
Gene Nora Jessen was an OU flight instructor in the 1960s. She joined a program testing women to become astronauts, but she never made it to space.
Sereta Wilson is known by many names: mom, wife, farmer, councilwoman, Norman, OK business owner—and Extended Campus grad.
During her second year in the human relations program, Noel Niccum realized the foundation of human relations is knowing we’re all human and that we all deserve to be treated with tolerance and respect.
Like many nontraditional students, Jennifer Porter returned to college decades after finishing high school—four decades to be exact.
Chelsea Toston didn’t think much could top getting her Administrative Leadership degree, but her boyfriend had another surprise for her after Convocation.