University of Oklahoma Outreach is a lifelong learning organization dedicated to helping individuals, businesses, groups, and communities transform themselves through knowledge.
Check out the Summer 2023 OU Outreach Gazette: Connecting Campus to Communities.
We’re honored to announce the release of Native and Strong Lifeline: The Nation’s First 988 Crisis Line for Indigenous People<https://sprc.org/news/native-and-strong-lifeline/>. This success story features the first-ever 988 crisis line for Indigenous callers, run by the Volunteers of America Western Washington.
During its May meeting, the Oklahoma State Board of Education approved CECPD’s Early Learning Quick Assessment (ELQA) for statewide use as a kindergarten literacy readiness screening instrument. School districts may now use Reading Sufficiency Act (RSA) funds to purchase the ELQA.
Research and organizational planning, professional development, leadership training, and conference and event support.
Diverse programs to help create healthy, engaging, and inclusive communities.
Services for Pre-K - 12 and higher/continuing education to improve systems, support educators, and help learners achieve goals.
The Southwest Prevention Center is a catalyst for positive social change committed to preventing alcohol, tobacco, and other drug abuse and related high-risk behaviors.
The Public Service Institute helps manage critical change for schools, churches, worship centers, public service and social organizations, government organizations, and communities.
Providing service to and collaboration with American Indian, Alaska Native, and First Nations communities.
The NCORE® conference series constitutes the leading and most comprehensive national forum on issues of race and ethnicity in American higher education.
A university-based human relations and social justice organization that serves as a catalyst for promoting equality and human rights.
OU's public radio station informs people about today's interesting topics and news that affect their daily lives.