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The New Sooner Enrollment Program with University College and the OU Scholars Program is a half-day session designed for new students at the University of Oklahoma. The program provides you with the information you need to get started on your academic path.

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Review the necessary steps to enroll in your first semester at OU These steps include completing the New Sooner Survey, completing required online training, sending in your transcripts and reviewing placement test guidelines.

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Once students have reviewed this website and completed certain required steps, they are able to schedule their enrollment appointment appointment.

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New Sooner Enrollment Program

The New Sooner Enrollment Program with University College and the OU Scholars Program is a  half-day program designed for new students at the University of Oklahoma. The program provides you with the information you need to get started on your academic path.

Appointments can now be scheduled.

Incoming Freshmen are required to submit their Enrollment Commitment, which includes a program fee, and complete required online training before scheduling an NSEP appointment. It may take 24 to 48 hours after submitting your payment before the system will allow students to schedule an enrollment appointment.

Transfer Students must complete required online training before scheduling an NSEP appointment and pay a $75 program fee the day of their appointment.

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Resources for Parents

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Learn about the resources your student will encounter their first year at OU, including Major Exploration Coaching, Faculty Mentoring, our Student Success Series and other academic opportunities that will help your student succeed.

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Academic Communities

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Students are encouraged to engage in a variety of academic learning communities, including first-year learning communities, two-year learning communities, honors courses and faculty mentoring programs.

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