UCO Office of Student Conduct/Title IX Practicum Reflection

I completed my Forensic Science practicum at the Offices of Student Conduct and Title IX at UCO. Title IX has an extensive history and immense importance for all educational institutions today and still has room and the need to grow. At UCO, Title IX’s policies are upheld by an office of staff who perform interviews and investigations, provide . . .  read more

Advisor FAQ #3

How do I know which degree sheet to use?

Your default degree sheet is the academic year you started at UCO. An academic year starts in fall and ends in summer, like Fall 2020 through Summer 2021 is one academic year. For example, if you started at UCO in Summer 2021, you are on the 2020 – 2021 catalog. This can dramatically change your graduation . . .  read more

Advisor FAQ # 2

What does the FSI advisor do in an appointment?

The FSI advisor pre-reviews your transcript for errors and grade forgiveness options. Students would be surprised at how many errors or GPA corrections I catch in a week! Together, you review where your credits are counting, how many are still needed, and make a tentative graduation timeline. You also . . .  read more

Shoals Field Wildlife Forensic Science Study Tour

fin whale

This amazing whale photograph was taken by UCO undergraduate student Jackson Dunn, while viewing marine wildlife with UCO classmates and faculty from the deck of the University of New Hampshire Research Vessel (R/V) Gulf Challenger, during our recent Gulf of Maine travel course. Fin whales can attain a length of 80 feet and weigh in excess of 70 . . .  read more

Advisor FAQ #1

When should I see an advisor?

Early October and March! The next class schedule releases in these months and enrollment opens in the following month, so it’s the sweet spot to get together and make a plan. Of course, go see them anytime in between if something comes up.

Practicum with the Oklahoma Indigent Defense System

“Overall, I think working with Oklahoma Indigent Defense System was a great opportunity as I got to apply myself, practice what I learned, and get a better in depth look into the defense system. I would definitely recommend this practicum to other students who are looking to learn more on the legal system.”