As a psychology major, hands on activities are very important to me and for me and OU does a wonderful job of keeping options and events open for students. There are many different studies in which students can participate, many guest speakers, and an abundance of internship opportunities.
I have never been involved in any internships, apprenticeships, or student teaching positions, but I am more than confident that I would have very little trouble finding opportunities for these things on campus.
If I were apart of the Greek system, I would probably say that Greek life on campus was wonderful, but since I am not, my response is negative. Although it may not be true, it definitely comes across as though students involved in Greek life have more opportunities than those who are not. The non-Greeks on campus generally see Greek students as snobby, cliquey, and spoiled.
Campus strictness is difficult to describe. There are many rules with severe consequences upon violation, but the campus staff leaves many opportunities to still break the rules without getting caught.
Living in the dorms is both great and awful. The close proximity to classes is a wonderful thing that I greatly appreciated, However, living in the dorms is essentially a guarantee that you will not have any privacy for the next 2 semesters.
Sorry, there are no reviews.