OU Summer Camp Honored by OK State Regents

The University of Oklahoma Precollegiate Programs was recently honored by the Oklahoma State Regents for their ten-year partnership with The Harris Foundation.

OU Precollegiate Programs to Host Summer Camps

Precollegiate Programs, a department of OU Outreach, is hosting summer camps at the University of Oklahoma for students in Kindergarten through 12th grade.

Precollegiate Programs to Hold Model United Nations Conference

Precollegiate Programs at the University of Oklahoma is holding its 56th annual Model United Nations of the Southwest (MUNSW) conference for high school students on April 2-4. 

Medieval Fair Youth Camp Coming in July

The Medieval Fair Camp, a summer day camp for 3rd – 8th graders, is still accepting enrollments.

ExxonMobil Bernard Harris Summer Science Camp Encourages Future Innovators

OU PACS spurs math and science interest among young people through the Bernard Harris Summer Science Camp, a program that enhances proficiency in STEM.

Campers Learn Crime Scene Investigation Skills

Thirty-four sixth through ninth graders registered for the first-ever CSI Camp offered by Precollegiate Programs.

Veteran Astronaut Speaks to Campers

Bernard Harris shared this story with 48 students at the ExxonMobil Bernard Harris Summer Science Camp held on the University of Oklahoma campus.

Outreach to Offer Summer Weather Camp

With the National Weather Service located in the Norman, PACS now offers middle school students an opportunity to prepare themselves for violent and unpredictable weather.

Precollegiate Programs Goes Green

Construction on the National Weather Center Green Roof, a project that uses plants and native grasses to absorb radiation and reduce cooling costs, was completed at OU's Norman Campus. 

Precollegiate Programs Works to Improve STEM Performance

On June 15, U.S. Navy Secretary Ray Mabus announced a plan to strengthen student achievement in science, technology, engineering, and math education (STEM). The plan will see the Department of the Navy double its investment in STEM education initiatives to more than $100 million dollars by 2015.