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Living in Oklahoma City

Oklahoma City was born in a single day at the sound of a gunshot during the historic land run. Today OCU's hometown offers all the amenities of a modern metropolitan community while keeping a great small-town feel. Please use the following links to help you get to know where you will be living!

OKC Chamber of Commerce

Oklahoma City Convention & Visitors Bureau

Oklahoma State Tourism

City of Oklahoma City Government Website

On-Campus Resources

Campus Safety

OCU is proud to host a very safe campus community for our students, faculty, and staff. We have our police department that offers a variety of services to protect our community. Find out more by clicking here.

Residence Life

We love that most of our students live on the OCU campus because living here not only enhances your college experience, but it also makes it much easier to get involved in campus life! Find out all the details about our residence halls, what to bring, and how to apply by clicking here.


OCU Dining Services offers two on-campus dining options for our students, faculty, and staff. Learn all about the Caf and Alvin's Café by clicking here.

Parent & Family Services

OCU considers our students' parents and families to be important members of our campus community. You can sign up for the monthly Parent & Family Services newsletter or learn about some of the fun on-campus events hosted for families by clicking here.

Student Disability Services

OCU is dedicated to providing for the needs of enrolled students who have disabilities of any kind. To learn about accommodations and resources available click here.

University Counseling

Did you know that all of our currently enrolled students are eligible to receive up to six free counseling sessions from one of our licensed counselors each academic year? The health of our students is important to us and we want our students to feel confident facing the many challenges that come their way during the college experience. To learn more about our on-campus counseling resources, click here.

Campus Health Center

In college, most students first begin addressing health care needs as an adult. Whether they come from another country, state, or town, the health care system is complex and most need help navigating it. The Campus Health staff helps students understand how to locate appropriate care and serve their primary healthcare needs. For more information, click here.

Student Organizations

OCU has dozens of student organizations to get involved in, ranging from political organizations to interest groups.

Fraternity and Sorority Life

OCU has a large and active Fraternity and Sorority Life community that consists of six sororities and four fraternities. Learn more about their core values and what Greek Life may offer you by clicking here.

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