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                                 Oklahoma           2 0 1 1 . 2 0 1 2 C A M P U S PR OF I L E
                                                                                                         FAST FIGURES:
        At the University of Oklahoma, you will experience a stimulating academic                        CLASS SIZE
                                                                                                         [In the fall of 2010, OU offered 2,681
        community where you are a hands-on participant in the learning process.                          undergraduate classes. Of those, less than
        Discover the benefits of a major research institution while receiving the                        4% had more than 100 students.]
        personal attention and support you deserve. Become part of the OU family                         Average class size ................................ 32
        and connect yourself to enriching opportunities that will equip you to excel                     Student to faculty ratio ...................... 18:1
        in our global society.
                                                                                                         TEST SCORES
        It is an exciting time to be a student at OU:                                                    [Once again this year, OU enrolled the highest
        OU continues to attract the state’s and nation’s top students. The                               ranked freshman class at a public university in
        class of 2015 has a record-high ACT/SAT average of 26. Also in this                              Oklahoma.]
        class, there are 509 students who graduated with a 4.0 high school                               2011 Average ACT/SAT Score...........26.0
        grade point average (that’s about one in eight students).
                                                                                                         HIGH SCHOOL GPA
        OU continues to be #1 in the nation among public universities in the                             Average high school GPA for the 2011
        number of freshman National Merit Scholars — 207 enrolled in this                                freshman class .................................. 3.63
        year’s freshman class and over 700 total at OU!
        OU’s student to instructor ratio is now 18:1 and all English Composition                         DIVERSITY
        classes are limited to 19 students.                                                              We have students from all 50 states, more than
                                                                                                         50 tribal affiliations and more than 100
                                                                                                         countries represented on our campus. A diverse
                                                                                                         student community is a priority at OU.
ENROLLMENT                                                                                               Minority students (Norman campus).. 25.5%
The University of Oklahoma enrolls more than 30,000 students total on its
campuses in Norman and Oklahoma City as well as the Schusterman Center in                                RESIDENCY [2011 freshman class]
Tulsa. OU also offers courses throughout the state and around the world through                          Oklahoma residents ......................... 60%
the College of Continuing Education.                                                                     Nonresidents .................................... 38%

ON THE NORMAN CAMPUS                                                                                     GENDER [2011 Norman undergraduates]
New Freshmen .............................................................................. 4,053        Female .............................................. 50%
Undergraduates ............................................................................ 19,480       Male .................................................. 50%

                                      ACADEMICS                                                          STUDENT LIFE
                                      The University of Oklahoma has more than 2,400 full-time           Student Organizations .... More than 400
                                      faculty members and has 21 colleges offering 163 majors at the
                                      baccalaureate level, 166 majors at the master’s level, 81 majors   HONORS COLLEGE
                                      at the doctoral level, 27 majors at the first professional level   [OU graduated its 28th Rhodes Scholar, ranking
                                                                                                         us highly among public institutions nationwide in
                                      and 26 certificates.                                               the total number of Rhodes Scholars]
                                      NORMAN CAMPUS COLLEGES                                             Number of students enrolled ........ 2,803
                                      Architecture, Arts and Sciences, Atmospheric and                   Average ACT score ................................31
                                      Geographic Sciences, Michael F. Price College of Business,         Average SAT score ........................... 1356
                                      Continuing Education, Mewbourne College of Earth and
                                      Energy, Jeannine Rainbolt College of Education, Engineering,       BIG 12 CONFERENCE
                                      Weitzenhoffer Family College of Fine Arts, Graduate,               National Championships ..................... 26
                                      Joe C. and Carole Kerr McClendon Honors College,
                                                                                                         Men’s Sports: baseball, basketball,
                                      International Studies, Gaylord College of Journalism and Mass
                                                                                                         cross country, football, golf, gymnastics,
                                      Communication, Law, Liberal Studies, University College
                                                                                                         tennis, track and field, wrestling
                                      HEALTH SCIENCES CENTER COLLEGES                                    Women’s Sports: basketball, cross
                                      Allied Health, Dentistry, Graduate, Medicine, Nursing,
                                                                                                         country, golf, gymnastics, rowing, soccer,
                                      Pharmacy, Public Health
                                                                                                         softball, tennis, track and field, volleyball

Visit GO2.OU.EDU and click on “Academics & Majors” to read more about your area of interest!             Intramural and club sports....More than 40
                                         EDUCATION ABROAD                                                                  MOST POPULAR MAJORS AMONG
                                         The University of Oklahoma is a leader among                                      UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS
                                         all universities in international exchange and                                    Pre-Medicine, Psychology,
                                         study abroad programs. We offer programs in                                       Multidisciplinary Studies, Health and
                                         over 50 countries and 100 cities on six continents!                               Exercise Science, Zoology, Petroleum
                                                                                                                           Engineering, Accounting, Pre-Nursing,
                                         STUDENT LIFE                                                                      Microbiology, Mechanical Engineering
                                         All students have the opportunity to get involved at OU!
                                         With more than 400 student organizations,                                        WHAT OU COSTS:
                                         including professional, social, religious, political
                                         and cultural groups, everyone can find a niche.                                  What a great deal — OU’s tuition is
                                                                                                                          near the bottom of our conference!
                                         At OU, we understand the importance of giving
                                         back. For that reason, we have an entire office on                               Estimated yearly costs for new and readmitted
                                                                                                                          students:
                                         campus devoted to helping students find ways to
                                         serve our community.                                                             RESIDENT
                                         The $17.8 million renovation of the Norman                                       Tuition/Fees*                      $8,324.50
                                         campus student union includes a student                                          Room & Board                       $8,060.00
                                         leadership wing, allowing student organizations
                                         to have offices side by side and enhancing                                       Books                              $1,043.00
                                         opportunities for cooperation and teamwork.                                      TOTAL                              $17,427.50
CAMPUS CONSTRUCTION                                                                                                       NONRESIDENT
Since 1994, almost $2 billion in construction projects have been completed,                                               Tuition/Fees*                      $19,277.50
are underway on OU’s three campuses. Among the projects are $163 million
for student housing and dining halls; $122 million in projects at the Gaylord                                             Room & Board                       $8,060.00
Family-Oklahoma Memorial Stadium; the $42.2 million Devon Energy Hall                                                     Books                              $1,043.00
and Rawl Engineering Practice Facility; the $36.9 million Gaylord Hall for the                                            TOTAL	                           $28,380.50
Gaylord College of Journalism and Mass Communication; the $12.4 million
                                                                                                                          * This estimate includes 30 credit hours, per hour fees
Lissa and Cy Wagner Student Academic Services Center; a $33 million                                                       and per semester fees. A number of public institutions
renovation for the College of Architecture; a $9.5 million addition for the                                               report annual cost based on minimum full-time enrollment
                                                                                                                          (24 credit hours). Mandatory fees include: academic facility
Jeannine Rainbolt College of Education; a $4.4 million renovation for the                                                 and life safety, special event, activity, assessment, network
                                                                                                                          connectivity, student facility, library, security services,
Thorpe Multicultural Center; the $13 million Stuart Wing at Fred Jones Jr.                                                transit, health, cultural, records and academic advising fees.
Museum of Art; and the $11.4 million for the School of Social Work. Major                                                 Note: All costs subject to change. Mandatory fees listed
                                                                                                                          above do not include college or course-specific fees. There
new academic and research facilities have also been constructed on OU’s                                                   are additional college specific technology and enrichment
                                                                                                                          fees in many courses. Visit go2.ou.edu for a net price
Research Campus, including the $27 million Stephenson Research and                                                        calculator.
Technology Center; the $67 million National Weather Center; and the recently
completed $76 million Stephenson Life Sciences Research Center.
                                                                                                                                    You can certainly reach your
AUTOMATIC ADMISSIONS (Performance requirements for first-time entering freshmen)                                                 goal of becoming a Sooner because
                                                                                                                                  OU is committed to keeping the
RESIDENT:                                                   NON-RESIDENT:
Unweighted cumulative GPA of at                             Unweighted cumulative GPA of at
                                                                                                                                  door of opportunity open for all
least 3.00 (on a 4.00 scale) AND rank                       least 3.50 (on a 4.00 scale) AND                                              qualified students.
in the top 25 percent of high school                        rank in the top 25 percent of high
graduating class                                            school graduating class                                            OU’s Campaign for Scholarships
OR                                                          OR                                                                has passed the $180 million mark,
ACT score of 24 or higher AND an                            ACT score of 26 or higher AND an                                   allowing the university to double
unweighted cumulative GPA of at                             unweighted cumulative GPA of at                                   scholarship assistance available to
least 3.00 (on a 4.00 scale)                                least 3.00 (on a 4.00 scale)
                                                                                                                                         our students.
OR                                                          OR
ACT score of 24 or higher AND rank                          ACT score of 26 or higher AND                                     Last year, 63% of OU students were
in the top 50 percent of high school                        rank in the top 50 percent of high                                   awarded some type of financial
graduating class                                            school graduating class
OR
                                                                                                                               assistance and the total amount of
                                                            OR
SAT score of *1090 or higher AND                                                                                                aid for those recipients was over
                                                            SAT score of *1170 or higher AND
an unweighted cumulative GPA of at                          an unweighted cumulative GPA of                                                $165 million.
least 3.00 (on a 4.00 scale)                                at least 3.00 (on a 4.00 scale)
OR                                                          OR                                                             Visit GO2.OU.EDU for more information
SAT score of *1090 or higher AND                            SAT score of *1170 or higher AND                                   about scholarships and financial aid.
rank in the top 50 percent of high                          rank in the top 50 percent of high
school graduating class.                                    school graduating class.
*Critical Reading plus Math (the writing portion is not considered for admission)
Note: Visit go2.ou.edu for complete details. Applicants who do not meet the automatic requirements listed above, but meet the wait list requirements, will be placed on a wait list
and notified of this status. Applicants on the wait list will be admitted on a space-available basis, with preference given to the most academically qualified applicants in the pool.
All students should apply.

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