UCO is one of the state’s oldest institutions of higher learning, founded in 1890 as the Territorial Normal School. Today, we’re a thriving metropolitan university. Check out highlights from our history below.
Through access to a high quality, affordable transformative teaching and learning experience, we seek to educate creative, collaborative graduates who are adaptable and engaged critical thinkers, who are receptive to new ideas, who celebrate the diversity of our region, and who will live fulfilling lives.
Through the cultivating of partnerships throughout the metropolitan area and beyond, we serve the needs of our community, and provide graduates who are equipped with the skills to assist the metropolitan area to thrive in a competitive global environment.
Through professional services and research, we provide leadership and counsel on issues vital to the health of the metropolitan region’s businesses and industry, education institutions, families, and to its cultural quality of life.
The University of Central Oklahoma's Career Development Center is pairing up with the Volunteer and Service Learning Center to host the 2018 Volunteer & Part Time Job Fair taking place during Stampede Week on the UCO Campus. Come meet hundreds of students looking for volunteer or part-time work opportunities.
Student Support Services is excited to have the opportunity to introduce this new website for our dedicated students, faculty, and staff.Our name describes our mission. As you get to know us, you will understand that everything we do is designed to support your efforts in reaching your goals and realizing your fullest academic potential. Our program is committed to you from the time you join until you graduate. We are here to provide services and support to make your college experience a success!
The University Commons is located on the northwest side of campus, close to the library and the Wellness Center and is the only apartment-style living option available on the UCO campus.All bedrooms in the commons are fully-furnished. Commons 1000 are the only rooms in Housing with full beds; students living in Commons 2000 and 3000 have loftable twin beds. All apartments in the Commons feature individually controlled heat and air, a fully-equipped kitchen and laundry machines.
The UCO Max Chambers Library has a deep-rooted tradition of student, faculty, staff and community involvement. Founded in 1894 the Library began with a gift from the Lyceum Society, the forerunner of today's debate team. They raised $26 to purchase the Library's first collection of books which were housed on the second floor of Old North.
The Office of Information Technology (OIT) at the University of Central Oklahoma (UCO) strives to enhance learning, improve service and communication, and increase student, faculty, staff, and community access to useful information through the application of technology.
Student Health Center, University of Central Oklahoma's fully accredited primary care facility, provides medical care and outreach programs through a team of dedicated professionals.
Located on 210-acres in the heart of Edmond, Oklahoma, UCO gives students the opportunity to live on campus in safe, comfortable dorms, just steps away from their classes, the library, student activities and the Wellness Center.
The Competitive Sport Clubs Program consists of recognized student organizations that are established to promote and develop common sport and/or recreation related activity. The term "Competitive" refers to clubs/teams whom compete against outside UCO collegiate and non-collegiate club teams.A Sport Club is defined as a registered student organization that exists to promote and develop interest in a particular sport. Sports Clubs are strictly voluntary and are founded, organized, managed, and maintained by volunteer student leaders and may vary in focus and programming. Club members are actively involved in the leadership and decision making process of club activities.
Involvement in student organizations gives you the opportunity to positively impact the University of Central Oklahoma. With over 200 recognized student organizations, it's easy to find your fit here at Central!
From academic, professional, religious, honorary to cultural, social, recreation, and special interest, there is something for everyone. If no organizations peak your interest, create your own new student organization. It is important to become an engaged student on campus, and joining a student organization is key to being successful outside the classroom.
The University of Central Oklahoma is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission/North Central Association of Colleges and Schools as a bachelor's and master's degree granting institution. Credits earned in courses taken in residence at the University of Central Oklahoma are normally transferable at full value to other accredited colleges and universities.
Together with the ISIC Association and British Council IELTS, StudyPortals offers you the chance to receive up to £10000 to expand your horizon and study abroad. We want to ultimately encourage you to study abroad in order to experience and explore new countries, cultures and languages.