Welcome to another year at Central! While you’ve been enjoying the sweet, sweet freedom of summer, we’ve made a few changes around here. From parking and transportation to buildings and dining, there are signs of change on every corner of campus. Here’s what to expect during your first time back to UCO:
Closed for Business – Ayers Street
The days of cutting across campus using Ayers are over. What was a barrier is now a bridge, connecting the two sides of campus into one community space. What does this mean for you? Well, for one, crossing the street just became a whole lot safer. Pedestrian access across the street won’t be interrupted by passing cars, meaning you are free to roam across campus, stress-free. The closure of Ayers also marks the beginning of a new phase of food for Central, as the new dining center’s construction is underway, set to open next year.
Food for Thought – New Restaurant Options
Speaking of a new phase of food for Central, we’ve got a host of new dining options just waiting to be explored. The best part? All of these options are available for meal swipes. . . .