SSC Monthly Newsletter
We are excited to introduce you to the new accounting and accounting certificate advisor, Morgan Walls. Along with the other student success advisors, Morgan also advises general business and undecided business majors. More →
The University of Central Oklahoma College of Business Student Success Center partnered with the men’s UCO Hockey Team to host professional hockey player, Rocco Grimaldi, of the National Hockey League (NHL) team, Nashville Predators, and American Hockey League (AHL) team, Milwaukee Admirals, in a virtual Zoom event, Jan. 31. Grimaldi is the brother of Niccole Miller, Ph.D., senior director of strategic initiatives for student success for the College of Business, who organized the event and moderated the conversation. More →
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.
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 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.