The Student Experience
Our student organizations offer a broad range of opportunities for personal involvement that include peer mentoring, professional and social activities, field trips, and tutoring.
OUSCAMS (http://weather.ou.edu/~ouscams/)
The OU Student Chapter of the American Meteorological Society (OUSCAMS) is an organization dedicated to all students interested in meteorology.
OWL (http://owl.ou.edu/)
The Oklahoma Weather Lab (OWL) is a student run forecasting group in the School of Meteorology. OWL students receive training in forecasting and work one or two shifts during the week or weekend to provide weather information for the OU campus. They also produce a podcast that is played on Island 107FM, a radio station in Key West, Florida.
SAC (http://weather.ou.edu/~sac/)
The Student Affairs Committee (SAC) is a student orga-nization whose goal is to bridge the gap between students and faculty in the School of Meteorology, and to act as peer advocates for student issues. SAC hosts Town Hall Meetings and a traditional Multicultural Dinner.

Located in lovely Norman
Norman, Oklahoma is located 20 miles south of downtown Oklahoma City metropolitan area. Norman is known as the “City of Festivals” holding over 25 annual festivals and events throughout the year. Several premier attractions are located within the heart of the city including the Sam Noble Museum of Natural History, the Fred Jones, Jr. Museum of Art and Lake Thunderbird State Park.  Norman is also about 2 hours from Tulsa or the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex.  The state of Oklahoma is one of the most eco-diverse states in the midwest, and offers many pleasant day trips.
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