Campus Opportunities

SENIORS: Click here to download college visitation form permission slip.

College visitation days will count as absences, but will not count against semester test exemption. No more than two college visits will be approved, per senior, without the absences counting against semester test exemption. College visits are for individual seniors to attend the campus with their parent in order to help them make their college choice. Groups wanting to attend together will not be approved.

University of Central Oklahoma (UCO) - Preview day for high school juniors - Wednesday, April 16, 2014.  To register visit or call Tours & Events Office (405) 974-2610.

Oklahoma Athletic Trainers Association's annual Oklahoma High School Day is being held April 15, 2014, at Southwestern OSU in Weatherford, OK in the new Pioneer Cellular Event Center.  The orginal date was cancelled due to inclement weather.   This is an opportunity for high school atudents (any level) to get to meet students and faculty from all six universities with athletic training education programs in the state.  If you have questions, contact Jessica Young at

OMRF (Oklahoma Medical Reserach Foundation) Teen Leaders in Philanthropy:  Philanthropy is in your DNA - Applications forms can be found at  If selected, all sessions meet at the OMRF, 825 NE 13th, OKC.  For more information contact 217-7400.

OU Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education - PreCollegiate Programs/Univ of OK

Design and the Built Environment - Collaborate, Create, and Construct - 9th & 10th graders - June 1-6, 2014.

All Systems Go!:  Innovating Engineering Systems for the Future - 9th & 10th graders - July 13-18, 2014

Starship:  Imagination - 8th grade - June 1-6, 2014

The Oklahoma Mesonet Presents - Meteorology:  Atmosphere to Zulu - 9th & 10th graders - July 13-18

Stem to Store Academy:  The Chemistry of Medicine - 11th & 12th graders - June 8-13, 2014.

Application deadline is April 18, 2014.  For more information call: (405) 325-6897 or email: or visit the website:

BP Engineering Academy - Eligibility - high school students entering their sophomore, junior, or senior grade level for the fall 2014 semester.  Students will be selected on a first-come, first-serve basis.  This academy is geared toward students who are African American, Hispanic/Latino, American Indian/Alaskan Native, and/or First Generation students; however, the program considers all applications regardless of backgroud.  The BP Academy is an opportunity for hands-on exploration in engineering, math and science for high school student.  It is a one-week residential (on-campus) program which includes all housing, meals, seminars, tours, entertainment and engineering project supplies while requiring a programming fee of only $250 per student.  CHECKS ARE CASHED ONCE ACCEPTED STUDENTS CONFIRM THEIR PARTICIPATION.  Activities:  Learning what engineers do via interactive engineering activities with OU's top engineering faculty, exploring real-life applications in the fields of mechanical, electrical and civil engineering, full access to OU's newest high-tech engineering facilities and laboratiries, and participation in the BP Simulation program for future engineers.  Application found at  Camp will be June 8-14, 2014.

BP Devas Summer Camp - Eligibility:  Young women who will be entering their 9th through 12th grade year of high school in fall 2014 should apply.  Young women that apply should exhibit an interest inengineering, mathematics, science, and/or technology, a curiosity of how things work, or want to help solve big probelms in the world.  The camps is a week-long residential (on-campus) program that includes all housing, meals, seminars, tours, entertainment, and engineering project supplies for only $250 fee per student.  The fee should be paid after submitting your online application via the link listed and received no lather than April 28, 2014.  **the fee will be refunded if a student is not selected**.  Activities:  explore OU's campus and learn about the various engineering disciplines, meet other young women with your same interests, discover engineering through the creation of imaginative and fun team projects, interact with female engineering professionals and learn from their experiences, enjoy exciting, hands-on workshops while working with OU's top professors and students, and dive into the real world of engineering on an adventure to a local engineering facility.  Apply online:

ISyTE - Information Systems Technology Exploration for high school students - Spears School of Business - Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, OK.  June 1-6, 2014 - Apply by April 4, 2014.  The program is an activity-based, hands-on program designed for high school students interested in the vital intersection of business and technology.  This six-day program will allow you to learn from industry leaders and current MIS students and faculty about information systems practice and career possibilities.  The OSU ISyTE Academy will be held at the OSU-Stillwater campus and is sponsored by the OSU Department of Management Science and Information Systems, the OSU Center for Executive and Professional Development in the Spear School of Business, ConocoPhillips and Phillips 66.  You will stay on the campus of OSU with current OSU MIS graduate students and faculty, who will oversee the education, cultural and recretational activities at ISyTE.  All 25 students chosen will receive a scholarship that covers 100 percent of the fees, including all meals and lodging.  To qualify, you must:  demonstrate interest in computer-related technology, be a high school student entering grades 9 through 11, and be enrolled full-time at a high school in Oklahoma.  To apply, submit the scholarship application form and all accompanying documents to the OSU Center for Execitive and Professional Development by 5p.m. on April 4, 2014.  For more information, call 1-866-678-3933 or visit the OSU ISyTE Academy website at

Four Star Leadership summer program offering leadership training, policy debate, speech competition and scholarship, and the opportunity to engage with national and global leaders, July 13-19 in OKC.  Former Commander-in-Chief of American and Coalition forces in Iraq and Afghanistan, General Franks hosts the camp, with co-hosts Oklahoma Christian University (OC), Oklahoma Council of Public Affairs (OCP) and the National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA).  This is a competitive camp with $20,000 in scholarships being awarded to the top wineers of the Four Star Leadership Award, Opinion Editorial Competition, Persuasive Speech Competition and Student Congress.  The first place scholarship will also result in a $1,000 scholarship to the winning student's school.  In addition, students who successfully complete the camp will be eligible for one of three full-tuition scholarships to the University of Texas at Arlington.  All high school students are encouraged to apply -

Washington University in St. Louis - High School Summer Institutes for 2014.  Course Options:  Foreign languages (French & Spanish), Humanities, Math and Science, Social Sciences, and Pre-professional studies.  Session A is June 8-Jul 12 and Session B is Jul 13 - Aug 15.  For more information, visit

National YoungArts Foundation - Actors, dancers, filmmakers, musicians, photographers, singers, singer/songwriter, visual artists, designers, and writers - aged 15-18 or in grades 10-12.  Apply through Oct. 17, 2014 at for details on the application and information about the organization.  Applicants are eligible for:  awards of up to $10,000 per student, master classes with world-renowned artists, a chance to be recognized as a U.S. Presidential Scholar in the Arts, opportunity to appear in YoungArts MasterClass on HBO, opportunity to attend a regional program in either Miami, New York or Los Angeles, performance opportunities in the most prestigious venues around the country, and join a network of over 17,000 YoungArts alumni.








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