The semester has started and you may be thinking . . . how can I pay for it? UCO offers many scholarships that you can access through the UCO Scholarship Portal starting Tuesday, Jan. 18. The application deadline is 4 p.m. Friday, Feb. 11, 2022. Before the portal opens, we wanted to provide a “quick guide” of some helpful tips to get you on the right path when applying for scholarships.
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The University of Central Oklahoma College of Business’ Beta Epsilon Chapter of Gamma Iota Sigma (GIS) received the Superior Chapter Performance award for the third consecutive year and the International Chapter Award at the 50th Annual International Conference for GIS Sept. 23-25 in Columbus, Ohio.
University of Central Oklahoma senior accounting major Melissa Long was a recipient of a $10,000 scholarship from the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (PCAOB) Scholars Program. The award benefits exceptional accounting students who are likely to become auditors.
Broncho Business Leaders, also known as 2BLeaders, a leadership development program for exceptional College of Business students at the University of Central Oklahoma, welcomed 15 new students this fall as part of the 2BLeaders Class VIII.
By Yuyun Zhou, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Accounting
We all have a life story, but I’m going to start mine somewhere in the middle: in 2016. Why 2016? Because two events that happened that year changed my life forever.
By Saheli Nath, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Management
I love to travel and for those of us who do so, perhaps we can identify with the familiar itch for the odyssey that comes with being a member of the club of hodophiles, from the Greek word “hodos”, or journey, and “philia,” meaning affection (does that perhaps sound like an affliction that you won’t need a cure for?).
By Niccole Miller, Ph.D., MBA, Director of Student Success and Retention
Originally from League City, Texas, Clayton Matthew Petty (“Matt”) was not interested in attending college while in high school. As he neared high school graduation, his career counselor encouraged him to figure out what he wanted to do with his life. Petty decided to join the Air Force and spent four years as an aircraft mechanic.