Category: Campus

MIAA suspends games until January
Sports, Campus

MIAA suspends games until January

Sarah Hite- August 14, 2020

The Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association announced the suspension of all fall sports through Jan. 1 due to COVID-19. The University of Central Oklahoma will be ... Read More

UCO seeks students as in-class monitors for remote teaching
Campus, News

UCO seeks students as in-class monitors for remote teaching

Maury Blair- August 13, 2020

The University is looking for students to work as in-class monitors to help with technology when the instructor is not in the room. Some faculty ... Read More

UCO ‘Forges’ ahead, begins welcoming students
Campus, News

UCO ‘Forges’ ahead, begins welcoming students

Sarah Hite- August 12, 2020

In-person and virtual festivities began at the University of Central Oklahoma this week as the campus gears up to welcome back students on Monday. Some ... Read More

UCO announces contingency plan
Campus, News

UCO announces contingency plan

Sarah Hite- August 12, 2020

A contingency plan has been created for the University of Central Oklahoma in case reopening on Monday is unsuccessful. If the plan is activated, faculty ... Read More

UCO updates air filtration to combat COVID-19
News, Campus

UCO updates air filtration to combat COVID-19

UCentral- August 11, 2020

Written by: Sarah Hite and Lauren Morris Hospital-grade filters should be installed and running at the University of Central Oklahoma this week, and a facilities ... Read More

Wellness Center adopts COVID-19 safety measures
Campus, Health

Wellness Center adopts COVID-19 safety measures

UCentral- August 10, 2020

By: BreAnna Hall The Wellness Center at The University of Central Oklahoma announced its own guidelines for reopening alongside the university's overall plan. These changes ... Read More

Central Pantry expands to meet growing need
Campus, News

Central Pantry expands to meet growing need

Lauren Morris- August 7, 2020

This week the US Census Bureau published results of a survey in which nearly 30 million out of 249 million respondents said they did not have enough ... Read More