While we are carefully watching the news and following university guidelines for our programs (updated university guidance can be found in this update from Interim President Harroz and at coronavirus.ou.edu), we are hopeful that we will be able to continue to run summer programming.
While our office is working remotely, we are able to answer emails and return phone calls. You can reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a message at (405) 325-6897, and we will return your call as soon as we can. We will be checking our mailbox throughout the week to ensure we are receiving your mailed applications and registration forms.
Thank you for your understanding, and we look forward to seeing you all this summer!
During the school year, Precollegiate Programs offers ACT and PSAT preparation courses for students seeking help with the layout and problems of both tests. The ACT preparation courses each fall one week before the national test, which helps students to not forget the information they learned in the preparation courses.
Precollegiate Programs also offers a three-day Model United Nations of the Southwest conference. This conference focuses on international politics. The conference allows students to discuss, debate, and resolve political, cultural, and humanitarian issues.
During the summer months, Precollegiate Programs offers summer academies that are free to accepted students. Students will have the opportunity to explore campus and use the University’s classrooms and laboratories.
All camps require students to complete an application, including a 250-word essay and two letters of recommendation.
MUNSW provides high school and college students the opportunity to experience the workings of the United Nations and to actively gain firsthand knowledge of international politics by acting as delegates from their assigned country.
Precollegiate Programs at the University of Oklahoma provides the ACT Preparation Course to help ensure each student's performance on the ACT test is an accurate measure of his or her acquired knowledge and skills in the content areas.
Students will have a rich experience in human’s interactions with geologic processes that provide critical connections among the STEM fields and societal issues that they will likely face either in their future careers, or as citizens.
Students will explore the disciplines in The University of Oklahoma’s College of Architecture. The academy will introduce students to an interdisciplinary study of the built environment by incorporating the disciplines of Architecture, Interior Design, and Construction Science.
Students will learn about atmospheric interactions from fronts to thunderstorm development, how data are collected, and how to analyze weather maps.