The University of Oklahoma Outreach is a lifelong learning organization dedicated to helping individuals, businesses, groups, and communities transform themselves through knowledge. Nationally recognized for its pioneering efforts in continuing education, University Outreach extends the educational resources of the University of Oklahoma on campus, online, and at locations around the world.
Outreach Registration and Records
Outreach Registration and Records (R & R) provides centralized admission, registration, fee collection, and record-keeping services for participants in credit and noncredit activities offered through University Outreach. Additionally, this office serves as the reporting agent to the Department of Veteran Affairs for the processing of VA benefits for eligible recipients. Credit enrollment services include certification of eligible veterans’ benefits,processing of materials for university admission, academic course schedules, student and related records retention, and official and complete university transcripts. Noncredit enrollment services include onsite and offsite registration assistance registration material setup and distribution registrant tracking by phone, mail, and online, fee collection, onsite and offsite conference registration services and departmental reporting. For more information regarding the ordering of records or transcripts, please contact Registration and Records, University of Oklahoma Outreach, 1700 Asp Avenue, Room B-1, Norman, OK 73072-6400, 405-325-1022, email@example.com.
Oklahoma Center for Continuing Education
Both University Outreach (College of Continuing Education) and the College of Professional and Continuing Studies are housed in the Oklahoma Center for Continuing Education (OCCE) complex. Originally designed as a comprehensive adult learning community for educational activities, OCCE is one of several W.K. Kellogg Foundation-funded centers in the world. OCCE provides a unique setting for individuals who have chosen this facility for their meetings, conferences, workshops, and seminars. The Thurman White Forum Building offers facilities for 1,000 participants through a combination of 15 meeting rooms, a computer lab, and the large auditorium-sized Forum Room that seats 600. Equipped with state of the art technology, the Forum can adapt to meet almost any group’s conference requirements. On-site technical support is also available for the computer lab.
The OCCE complex includes the James P. Pappas Administration Building, the Pete Kyle McCarter Hall, and the Boomer Outreach Building, all of which house administrative staff for both OU Outreach and the College of Professional and Continuing Studies. In addition, ten duplex cottage units (Sooner Suites) provide an intimate atmosphere with each side featuring a kitchenette, living area, two double bedrooms, and a bath.
For more information on the Oklahoma Center for Continuing Education, call 405-325-7378.