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Dean Moore reviews storm data with students in the Oklahoma Weather Lab (OWL). Dean Moore reviews storm data with students in the Oklahoma Weather Lab (OWL).




The College of Atmospheric and Geographic Sciences occupies state-of-the-art classroom, laboratory, and research space in multiple locations across the OU Norman campus. The College now spans from the southern Research Campus (Highway 9) to the North Base (Robinson Street), fully encompassing the passion for research and continuing education. The Department of Geography and Environmental Sustainability is headquartered in the Sarkeys Energy Center (SEC) on the OU Main Campus. On the Research Campus, the School of Meteorology calls the National Weather Center (NWC) its home and the College houses research units in the Partners facilities. On North Campus, the School of Aviation Studies operates the Max Westheimer Airport. North Base also has research stations and radars that our federal (NOAA) partners operate and maintain.

An exterior view of the Max Westheimer Airport Terminal on a sunny day. Max Westheimer Airport Terminal

Max Westheimer Airport

An exterior view of Sarkeys Energy Center on a sunny day.

Sarkeys Energy Center

An exterior view of the National Weather Center on a sunny day. National Weather Center.

National Weather Center


The College of Atmospheric & Geographic Sciences has made a commitment to make advanced technology available to faculty and students in the NWC and SEC. The College uses student technology fees to provide cutting-edge computer hardware, software, peripherals, media & customer support to encourage academic growth, innovation and collaboration.

AGS Computing Services

Services include: Technical Support, Computer Labs, Web Development, Classroom Technology and A/V, Systems Administration, Backup, Digital Screens, Desktop Publishing, Poster Printing, Data Storage, Distribution and Ingest, Training, Tech Guides, Software, Links

School of Meteorology Computing Corner