As you may know, OU offers lots of resources to our students, staff, and faculty, which can make finding the right ones for you difficult. Luckily, we have compiled the resources into a searchable list found below. You can search for resources directly by using the Search Bar, or you can filter the list by campus, audience, and alphabetical names. To do so, just click on the arrows next to the headers that say "Title" "Audience" and "Campus."
Once you find a resource that you are interested in, just click on the name of it, the words in red and the farthest on the left, and it will open up a new tab with their website.
Threat Intimidation Guide
A guide to understanding how to mange In-Person Threats, Phone Threats, Electronic Message Threats, and/or Cyber Attacks.
Emergency grants for Undocumented and International students
The U.S. Department of Education announced a new distribution of $36b dollars in higher education emergency relief funds under the American Rescue Plan along with updated FAQs (see Q.8) that make clear that “all students who are or were enrolled in an institution of higher education during the COVID-19 national emergency are eligible for emergency financial grants from the HEERF” regardless of their immigration status, including DACA recipients, other undocumented students, and international students. The updated FAQs reflect the Department's carefully reasoned new final rule on student eligibility that reverses the previous policy. Previously, the Presidents' Alliance had advocated for the expansion and submitted a comprehensive comment letter on why these emergency funds legally must be made available for all students. See our statement on the announcement here.
Student Life Engagement and Support
A Guide to Developing Academic and Research Relationships in Oklahoma Indian Country
During Summer 2015, a small team of administrators, scientists, and interns from both the University of Oklahoma’s (OU) Center for Research Program Development and Enrichment (CRPDE) and the South Central Climate Adaptation Science Center (CASC) began working on a document to provide tools, resources, and other materials necessary for nonNative scholars, researchers, faculty members, and government employees to better understand, reach out to, and build collaborative relationships with those who share an affiliation with Oklahoma Indian Country.
Gender + Equality Center Trainings
The Gender + Equality Center (GEC) provides a number of training opportunites for campus community members to learn about both gender-based violence and LGBTQ+ allyship. See below for descriptions of all trainings provided by the OU Gender + Equality Center and how you can bring us to your student organization or classroom!
Click here for more information about the different trainings GEC has to offer.