March 18, 2020: COVID-19 Response Updates

Alternative Instructional Delivery for Remainder of Spring Semester

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This past week has been unprecedented in both instances and history. Our global connectedness is becoming more evident by the hour as we watch the spread of the coronavirus across continents, oceans and now our interstate borders. The world is collectively working to prevent community spread by closing public spaces, canceling events and reducing . . .  read more

More Dollars for Scholars

We know the spring semester just started and you’re probably still getting back into the swing of things at Central. You probably haven’t started thinking about the 2020-21 school year, but now is the perfect time to start! Dust off that list of achievements, campus and community involvement and those personal statements, because the UCO Scholarship . . .  read more

Bronze and BOO: Central Uncovered

Being one of the first institutions of higher education in the state, UCO has a rich history that includes some myths and mysteries that endure even today. In the spooky spirit of Halloween, we sat down with Nicole Willard, the university archivist, to learn more about the myths and mysteries that haunt the Central campus.

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Be Unique…Choose UCO Greek!

Are you interested in giving back to the community? What about finding lifelong friends? Or developing leadership skills and becoming a part of a national network or support? Then joining a fraternity or sorority may be for you!

Fraternity and sorority life at UCO has been around for more than 60 years with more than 20 organizations that are a part . . .  read more

Surviving Campus Parking

For many, the thought of parking on campus brings on headaches, frustration, maybe even tears. You can put away the ibuprofen and tissues because we are here to help you survive campus parking.

The first step is getting a parking permit for your car. If you don’t have one, stop reading and go purchase one from Transportation and Parking Services.

Once . . .  read more

So, You’re Moving into the Residence Halls…

Starting college is a new experience filled with many different emotions. Excitement, anxiety and anticipation are all feelings students have leading up to entering their first college classroom or moving into their dorm room. Being prepared and having a well-organized space not only helps to feel more at home but can also help you feel ready to . . .  read more

Time to Catch Some Z’s

Being a college student can be exhausting. But have no fear, World Sleep Day is here!

Friday, March 15 is World Sleep Day; is there a better way to start your weekend with a nice relaxing day of catching up on some Z’s? It’s also a day to remind all of us of the importance of sleep to our overall health and wellbeing.

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What’s It Like to Be: UCOSA President

Have you ever wondered what it is like to be the UCOSA President? Well, now you have the chance to finally know! UCOSA President Remington Dean is here to tell you all about what it is like to the President of UCOSA at UCO.

What does your typical day as UCOSA President look like? My typical day is a juggling act. I have to remind . . .  read more