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Oxford Program Application

Payment Instructions and Deadlines

Application Deadline: April 17, 2015


Payment Deadline: April 17, 2015

After submitting your application, you must mail a check to the address below for $500, made payable to the University of Oklahoma (fee is non-refundable if you are accepted for the program), and a letter of good standing from the dean of the law school you are attending

Mail payment and letter of good standing to:

The University of Oklahoma College of Law
Oxford Summer Program
300 Timberdell Rd.
Norman, Oklahoma 73019-5081

Alternately, you may hand deliver these items to the Student Services Office in Coats Hall.

Application Form

Please complete the following form fields. Incomplete applications will not be accepted. Please review your selections for accuracy before submitting the application. An asterisk (*) denotes required fields.

Personal Information:

Current Address Information:

Address Information after May 15th, if it will change:

Additional Information:

Accommodations:

Couse Selection:

Students must take a minimum of four (4) credit hours and may enroll in a maximum of six (6) credit hours and no more than 220 minutes per day in class time. Faculty from both the University of Oklahoma College of Law and Oxford University will teach courses.

Courses taught by University of Oklahoma Faculty

Select Course Course Date Course Name Credit Hours Professor Exam Date
July 6 – Aug 6 (9-:00-10:50) 3 Hours Gensler Aug 8 (9:00-12:00)
July 6 – Aug 6 (11:00-12:50) 3 Hours Bogan Aug 7 (3:00-6:00)
July 6 – Aug 6 (2:00-3:50) 3 Hours Helton Aug 7 (9:00-12:00)

Courses Taught by Oxford University Faculty

Select Course Course Date Course Name Credit Hours Professor Exam Date
July 6 – July 14 (4:00-5:50) 1 Hour Black-Branch July 14 (5:00-6:00)
July 15 – Aug 5 (4:00-5:50) 2 Hours Black-Branch Aug 6 (4:00-6:00)

All courses are letter graded with a final examination or paper. Oxford professors or English practitioners may make guest appearances in classes taught by Oklahoma faculty and at the college in the evenings.

   

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