Sooner Standard | Graduation Cords and Logging


Started Friday, April 1, 2022


Log Volunteer Hours | Earn Graduation Cords 

The Sooner Standard Award recognizes OUHSC students who go above and beyond in the area of volunteerism. Students completing the designated number of volunteer hours will be honored with a graduation cord as a symbol of the impact they have made on the community. A green cord for completing a total of 200 hours before graduation or 50 hours within one year. A blue cord for completing a total of 300 hours before graduation or 75 hours within one year. 

For more information on logging hours through Self-Service, check out https://students.ouhsc.edu/sooner-standard

 

Reach out to Kelsey Jenkins kelsey-jenkins@ouhsc.edu with any questions!

Organization/Department

HSC Student Affairs

Event Type

  • Activity

Audience

Students

Tags

Leadership, Volunteerism, Graduation

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