Due to the recently announced changes to the fall 2020 semester, Housing & Residential Engagement understands there are questions about living in residence halls after Thanksgiving Break. We want to reassure students they do not have to move out of their residence hall when the campus moves to alternative instruction for the final two weeks of . . .
Thank you for the honesty and courage many of you have shown in sharing your perspectives and experiences involving questions of diversity and inclusion in our Housing community. Words and actions that do not support diversity and inclusion, nor the university’s values of Character, Community and Civility, will not be tolerated in our community. . . .
For the last few weeks, daily schedules have been interrupted and hours of operation has changed drastically for most businesses. As students, . . .
It’s all over the news, social media, and everywhere in-between: social distancing. Yes, this does mean that businesses that are usually open have closed their doors temporarily, universities have moved online, and toilet paper is now a rare commodity. What does this mean for studying? Old habits die hard, and a lot . . .
Are You Staying Central?
We know the fall semester is only half-way through, but here at UCO Housing we are all about planning! . . .