Deer Oaks EAP Monthly Newsletter

All UCO faculty and staff have access to the EAP through Deer Oaks. The EAP provides free and confidential assessments, short-term counseling, referrals, prevention and education services for you, dependents living at home or elsewhere and anyone who lives in…

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The Broncho Beat – October 2022 Issue

Feature Story: 2023 Open Enrollment Get To Know a Broncho: David Ball, Title IX program specialist Public Service Student Loan Forgiveness Certification Forms Continuous Cultural Competence Learning Experiences Title IX October Events TechCorner: The Integrity and Security of Data Begins…

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Feature Story: 2023 Open Enrollment

Sydney Wood, assistant director of Benefits and Communications It’s that time of the year again! UCO’s annual benefits open enrollment is quickly approaching. For 2023, eligible faculty and staff can enroll from Monday, Oct. 17 to Friday, Oct. 28, 2022,…

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Get To Know a Broncho

David Ball, Title IX program specialist What is your background?  I am a second-generation Korean American. I was born in Japan and raised in Oklahoma. I received a bachelor’s in psychology here at UCO and discovered my passion for adult…

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Public Service Student Loan Forgiveness Certification Forms

Wanda Edmundson, HR operations supervisor If you are participating in the Public Service Student Loan Forgiveness program and require employment certification, please submit your form(s) to Human Resources. Forms can be submitted to us via email at HR@uco.edu or in person between…

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Continuous Cultural Competence Learning Experiences

Cristi Moore, inclusion strategist The Office of Inclusive Community has curated a variety of excellent diversity, inclusion, equity, belonging, intercultural and social justice learning opportunities. Be sure to complete your three learning opportunities before the end of the year. Follow these…

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Title IX October Events

David Ball, Title IX Program Specialist The UCO Title IX office has several events planned during the month of October for the Central community. These events include: Title IX Table in NUC: Visit members of the Title IX office from…

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TechCorner: The Integrity and Security of Data Begins with You

Amanda Keesee, manager of academic technology & training Higher education lives by the data it gathers. Everything from enrollment rates, to graduation numbers, recruitment information and dollars spent, higher education institutions use data to make decisions that affect the lives…

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The Wellness Program

The Wellness Program at the University of Central Oklahoma is dedicated to improving the overall health and well-being of individuals both on campus and in our community through encouraging healthy lifestyle choices such as physical activity, healthy eating and social…

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Directory of Talent and Skill

The directory of talent and skill is a source of external products and services provided by UCO faculty and staff off the clock. We have several faculty and staff who use their talents outside of their role here at UCO….

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Kudos

Brittany Tremblay, administrative assistant III, Global Affairs I’d like to give a Kudos to Theresa Smith in the Compliance Office. Theresa has such a positive attitude and is always willing to lend a helping hand. I recently had to fill out…

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National Hispanic Heritage Month

Deer Oaks EAP National Hispanic Heritage Month, also known as LatinX Heritage Month, is celebrated each year in the United States from Sept. 15th through Oct. 15th. It celebrates the cultural heritage and achievements of Hispanic-Americans (i.e. those whose ancestors came from…

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