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Important Update:

Consistent with revised CDC guidance, vaccinated and unvaccinated individuals are recommended to wear a mask when in public indoor spaces where COVID-19 virus transmission is considered substantial or high.

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If you or a colleague are using Zoom as your webinar platform, it is important to know how to keep your meetings secure from unwanted attendees. UCO has taken preventive measures by enabling passwords and waiting room features for all scheduled meetings, but there are other steps that you can take to keep your meetings secure: […]

Student with Cybersecurity on her mind.

October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month and UCO’s Office of Information Technology wants you to stay cyber aware. With the 2020 theme, “Do Your Part, #BeCyberSmart” Cybersecurity Month encourages everyone to do their part in protecting cyberspace. “If you connect it, protect it” is the key message this year to help make our interconnected, cyber […]


The University of Central Oklahoma’s Office of Information Technology, in partnership with UCO’s Purchasing Office has developed a new process for purchasing technology products and services.  The two divisions collaborated to provide a streamlined technology purchase process where technology purchases can now be completed in one location and purchased with a university PCard instead of […]

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At Your Service: An Inside Look at the People Behind the UCO Service Desk Have you ever wondered who helps when you forget your UCONNECT password or you need help with D2L? Well, now you have the chance to finally know! Alixandria Eaton, interim Service Desk manager is here to tell you all about what […]

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With the recent transition to a Virtual Campus many faculty and staff have transitioned to telework. Adjusting to a non-traditional work and learning environment can be a challenge. To assist in the transition into telework, some tips and recommendations are provided to make the move efficient and effective.

UCO Scholarship Portal

UCO’s Office of Information Technology (OIT) partnered with the Office of Advancement and Enrollment and Student Success to bring a new scholarship portal experience to Central students, which now is open. The new UCO Scholarship Portal, powered by NextGen Scholarship Manager, brings improved, student-centered features to the campus community. Students can search available Foundation-specific scholarships […]