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Housing & Residence Life

  • Students sit on a blue U-shaped sofa in the lobby of OKCU's Walker Hall dormitory.
  • Students sit on a leather sofa and overstuffed chair in a campus lounge.
  • Students face off at a chess board.
  • Male students play basketball on a court in front of OKCU's Gold Star building.

On-campus living not only enhances your college experience but also makes it easier to get involved in campus life. Intramural sports, Homecoming, Greek Life, and competitive sporting events are just a few examples of the more than 60 organizations and activities available to OCU students. 

All Oklahoma City University students are required to live on campus until they turn 21. Exceptions are only made for students who choose to live at home with a parent or legal guardian. Because of this rule we have worked diligently to provide you with a number of housing options.