For the last few weeks, daily schedules have been interrupted and hours of operation has changed drastically for most businesses. As students, these changing times can be overwhelming and maybe a little confusing too. We’ve done the work for you to compile a list of resources and businesses in and around campus that are providing support for students.
Remember that the CDC and the City of Edmond have put in place guidelines to follow to insure the health and safety of you and your neighbors. If you are unclear what this entails, visit the City of Edmond’s website for information about COVID-19 guidelines in the city.
For updates on Housing processes, resources, and tips during this time, visit the Housing Coronavirus Response page.
Information about campus updates and resources are maintained at the University Coronavirus Response page.
Ayers Kitchen is still serving meals in single use to-go containers, with a new Pop-up Market now available with a variety of snacks and beverages available for purchase.
Project 66 Food and Resource Center and The Hope Center Edmond are continuing to help Edmond residents feed themselves and their families through these difficult times. If you are used to relying on the Central Pantry for groceries, these locations can be contacted for assistance.
Housing and Residential Engagement has provided all residents with free Cox Contour On-Demand, with HBO access. It can be only be accessed when connected to the UCO network.
Visit the Get Connected page of the Housing website for steps to start watching!
Hall staff are planning new ways to keep residents engaged
The Wellness Center is offering virtual group workouts that are perfect for staying healthy during the quarantine. Engage in one of these to help relieve stress, see new faces, and stay active.
Arcadia Lake access, trails and campgrounds are still operating. Those utilizing them should follow the gathering guidelines put in place by the CDC. With 13 miles of beautiful scenery, the trails will provide the perfect social distancing location for a sunny spring day.
The UCO Outdoor Adventure Recreation Center is closed.
OU Physician’s Health and Wellness Clinic at UCO is closed during this time. If you are feeling ill or needing to see a doctor, calling the clinic will forward you to the Canyon Park location for assistance.
Mental Health Resources
The Center for Counseling and Well-Being is accepting virtual walk-in appointments 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. daily. Students needing to access counseling or case management services should call 405-974-2215 during office hours and leave a message, or complete the virtual appointment request form.
Students looking for peer support during this time can engage in one of CCWB’s Virtual Groups. These range from study groups to mindfulness exercises. View these groups on the CCWB website.
A new interactive platform provided by CCWB is the Therapy Assistance Online. This online service provides activities to help overcome anxiety, depression and other common concerns.
There are many departments across campus that are still offering their services to students during the COVID-19 upheaval. Academic Advisement is still taking appointments online and by phone in order to help keep current and incoming students on the path to success. To schedule an appointment, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Broncho Education and Learning Lab (BELL) is closed for in-person visits but is taking virtual appointments during normal operating hours to help students with tutoring and studying from home. Students can book an appointment through the BELL’s scheduling portal.
The UCO Library has several virtual options for resources and staff members remain available to offer online assistance. Visit the Chambers Library COVID-19 response page to learn more about how to access resources, what databases can be accessed from home, and research guides and tutorials.
UCO Housing is always here to answer questions and help in any way that we can. Our email email@example.com is available for questions and we are monitoring our chat line Monday – Friday from 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.. If you believe you are experiencing symptoms, please text the Housing Care Line at 405-974-3663 from 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. or call the Department of Public Safety at 405-974-2345. If you are experiencing an emergency, call 911.
We believe in community and everyone will get through this together (and six feet apart). Stay Healthy and Stay Central, Bronchos.