Campus Life

The College of Dentistry is strategically situated in the heart of a vibrant, attractive, and well-appointed Health Sciences campus environment. Dental students have convenient extended-hours access to both the Robert M. Bird Library, with its vast study areas and media resources and the new David L. Boren Student Union, with its facilities for fitness, student services, dining and leisure. Adjacent to the College is the Basic Sciences Education Building which houses research, laboratory and classrooms space. Two blocks away are the newly constructed Village Apartments for students who want to live on campus.

Our home is Oklahoma City, which offers a rare combination of small town charm and big city energy and amenities. Our campus is just a few minutes from the city center and nearby Bricktown, an early-day warehouse area recently transformed into the fastest growing entertainment district in the Southwest. And next door is the Chesapeake Energy Arena, home of the NBA Oklahoma City Thunder, live concerts and world-class events.
 

Visit:  Oklahoma City Convention & Visitors Bureau

 

A wide range of campus events, recreational opportunities and educational programs are provided to enrich your learning experience. In addition to a steady fare of cultural, recreational and instructional events provided to the OU Health Sciences Center, dental students enjoy the many planned activities offered by the College of Dentistry. Students can choose from a variety of student leadership positions, academic clubs, social activities, intramural sports, and domestic and global outreach projects.

The Commons, located on the first floor of College of Dentistry provides a lounge area where students can relax and enjoy the company of classmates and friends during breaks and between classes. Wireless Internet access enables you to stay connected with the academic community wherever you may be on campus.

By the time you graduate and take your place in the profession you will have experienced a genuine sense of community and purpose that enhances your learning and professional development. 

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