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Student Reviews of University of Oklahoma

4.1
based on 222 reviews
  • Lucas from houston, TX

    When looking at schools you need to look at all aspects of the university, not just the one aspect that you are looking forward too. At first OU didn't seem like it was going to fit me because it seemed like all the school cared about was sports.… more read full review

    When looking at schools you need to look at all aspects of the university, not just the one aspect that you are looking forward too. At first OU didn't seem like it was going to fit me because it seemed like all the school cared about was sports. Then I started to research the school and what the university did from time to time. OU was an amazing school they have the second largest library in the big 12, the world's best meteorology school, and the ambition to grow and become apart of the elite public schools like USC and UT. When applying for OU my best advice would be to have strong ACT scores and a good academic record. read full review

  • Jayla from Tulsa, OK

    **Learn your study skills now, trust me it will help. You have to study smart to make the grade. **Make a plan that will help you keep from procrastinating. **Try to move into your dorm at least two weeks or a week-and-half before school. Don't… more read full review

    **Learn your study skills now, trust me it will help. You have to study smart to make the grade. **Make a plan that will help you keep from procrastinating. **Try to move into your dorm at least two weeks or a week-and-half before school. Don't wait the day before class to move in or you wont know where to go. **A college tour is helpful **When you know what your classes are, go at least two or three days before class begins and walk around campus to find your classes, how long it will take you to get to them, and to learn the lay of the land. Trust me this helped me tremendously. Do this at least twice. . **Try to find the quickest way to get to your classes. **Make sure you know where the library is and the open/close time. I think it closes at 2 a.m. some days. **Make sure you know where the Bursar Office is. **You should acquire a bank account. **Make sure you learn how to take the bus around campus. You have to get a sticker on the back of your ID card to be able to ride for free. Make sure to get a bus schedule and find out where the bus office is. Some buses like the Lloyd Noble Shuttle are free for everyone **Make sure you know where the housing office is(Walker Tower, 1st Floor) and where the bathrooms and laundry rooms are located in the dorms. **Explore all the dorms. There is a kitchen somewhere in Couch. I think 2nd or 3rd floor. **Walker-Adams Mall is between the space between the Walker and Adams dorms. **Make sure you learn your streets and how to get to Walmart. **Make sure you know where all the major offices are and where the restaurants around campus are. **Make sure you know about the apartment buildings policies and prices before you move in. **Also, know that move in day is crazy. Depending on when you move in, there are going to be so people on move-in day so make sure you aren't claustrophobic. **Make sure you know where the campus stores are so that you will know where to get your books. **Make sure you learn about Campus Corner. **Also, the move-in week (the week before school starts) and the first week of school there are a lot of activities and prizes and free stuff to get so make time to do those things. But also be aware of scams. **The OU Daily newspaper is free and just about everywhere, so pick one up and read it. **Make sure you know where the RA's (residential advisor) office is and where your RA's room is. **Also know where RSA (resident student association) is. You can rent out movies and games there. Also, they hold activities like having game nights and having ice cream and stuff like that. ****Just have fun and explore!!!!!!!! read full review

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