Norman, Oklahoma, is conveniently located 20 miles south of Oklahoma City, home of the NBA Thunder team, a downtown river walk in the Bricktown entertainment district, national cowboy history and fine art museums and Fortune 500 Companies such as Devon and Chesapeake. 

Noted as one of the “Best Places to Live” by Money Magazine, Norman also has much to offer. The city boasts shops, restaurants, museums, walking trails, parks, a historic downtown, great nightlife and a relatively low cost of living. Housing in Norman and the metro Oklahoma City area is generally 20 percent less than the national average.
OU has housing available for single or married students, and there also are numerous options for students who choose to live off-campus. Off-campus housing information is provided as a courtesy to prospective students. The University of Oklahoma makes no representation or warranty as to the suitability of off-campus housing.

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Building H of OU Traditions East, located at 2500 Asp Avenue, houses law students. The building has 24 units total with various floor plans that accommodate two beds/one bath, two beds/two baths, and four beds/four baths. Amenities include a club house, pool and 24-hour fitness center. An application, floor plans, virtual tours and additional details are available at Housing staff recommends that law students put in their application as soon as possible. Traditions is a very popular choice among OU students and there is often a wait list to move in.

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