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Visit Oklahoma City University

Oklahoma City University has continued to closely monitor the COVID-19 situation. Campus visits will be limited to 3 students and 2 guests (maximum of 9 visitors). We are following the recently released CDC guidance on the use of face masks. Fully vaccinated individuals are not required to wear face masks on campus. Please note that a person is considered fully vaccinated two weeks after receiving their final dose of the vaccine. Those who are not fully vaccinated should continue wearing a face mask while on campus, for the protection and safety of the campus community. Also note that individuals may elect to continue wearing a face mask regardless of their vaccination status.

For more information about the measures the university is taking for the health and well-being of our campus community, click below.

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Step Onto Our Campus

We are so pleased that you are interested in Oklahoma City University! A campus visit is the best way to decide if our personal approach to learning is the right fit for you. We welcome prospective students and their families to visit campus year-round. Some dates and visit activities are limited due to holidays and campus events.

Experience OCU

Watch our video tour segments to learn more about what interests you at OCU.

Explore OCU Virtually

View our campus tour, admissions and financial aid presentations and more from the comfort and convenience of your home, on demand!

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Schedule an In-Person Campus Visit

Each visit session starts with a campus tour with an OCU student to help you get a sense of campus life and our unique learning environment. An information session follows with an admissions counselor and a financial aid counselor presenting information on OCU. With at least three days advanced notice, pending availability, we can schedule times for you to sit in on a class and/or meet a professor.

Advanced notice is required! Schedule a visit!

Register for an ACT On Campus

Click below for more information and a schedule of standard tests for college entrance and college credit.

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