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Kanika Bhargava, Ph.D., assistant professor of Human Environmental Sciences, recently received the Young Scientist Award from the International Union of Food Science and Technology. She has published more than 20 papers focusing on food science, food microbiology, food preservation and food fermentation. Read more: http://bit.ly/2fNPawe.
Nov. 29, 2016. Media Contact: Lorene Roberson, Communications Coordinator, University of Central Oklahoma, College of Education and Professional Studies, 405-974-5408, lroberson1@uco.edu. INTERNATIONAL GROUP HONORS UCO PROFESSOR FOR FOOD SAFETY RESEARCH. Kanika Bhargava, Ph.D., an assistant ...
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Tony Award-nominee Ann Hampton Callaway will perform as a part of the UCO Broadway Tonight Series season at 8 p.m. Jan. 13-14 at the UCO Jazz Lab, 100 E. Fifth St. in Edmond.
Media Contact: Angela Morris, Staff Writer, UCO College of Fine Arts and Design, 405-974-3752, amorris11@uco.edu. UCO BROADWAY TONIGHT WELCOMES BACK SINGER ANN HAMPTON CALLAWAY. The University of Central Oklahoma Broadway Tonight Series, in partnership with Tres Amigos ...
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The University of Central Oklahoma will celebrate the achievements of approximately 1,227 graduates during the Fall 2016 Commencement Ceremonies Dec. 16-17 in UCO’s Hamilton Field House. Commencement ceremonies are scheduled as follows:

— 1 p.m., Friday, Dec. 16: College of Education and Professional Studies bachelor’s degree candidates;
— 5 p.m., Friday, Dec. 16: Jackson College of Graduate Studies master’s degree candidates;
— 10 a.m., Saturday, Dec. 17: College of Business and College of Fine Arts and Design bachelor’s degree candidates; and
— 2 p.m., Saturday, Dec. 17: College of Liberal Arts and the College of Mathematics and Science bachelor’s degree candidates.
Dec. 6, 2016. Media Contact: Sarah Neese, Communications and Marketing Coordinator, UCO University Communications, 405-974-2121, sneese@uco.edu. Note: A link to the complete list of fall 2016 graduates, organized by hometown and state, is included at the end of this release.
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Dylan Albert
a week ago
Lived on campus for 4 years. It was overall a pretty good experience. It would be better if they had a way of keeping students on campus over the weekend. The library is very nice. I spent a ton of time in the study rooms on the 2nd floor.
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Jesse Armenio
2 months ago
do NOT live on campus!!!! It will be the biggest mistake of your year! Housing nickel and dimes you. After all said and done, the money you save on tuition is made up by the $4k price tag on the ill-maintained commons apartments! If you decide to change rooms, regardless if you change or not, if you're request is approved they will bill $100 to your account, even if you stay where you originally were. On top of that, UCO police will make you fear even leaving your dorm. Hands down, the commute is worth not dealing with the harassment. Other than that, check out rate my professor, the teachers that are good are above and beyond, the teachers that aren't will make dates on their syllabus sooner than scheduled and scold you for even using the restroom.
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Michelle Hellstern
4 months ago
Don’t go here. Please! If you're bad at math, forget it. They will not let you take science! Also, buddy's is very expensive ($7+ last time I checked).... Also, the roof to buddy's leaks all the time. People had to fix it maybe 30+ times because UCO doesn't take the time to fix it. Buddy's is also nasty and messy. I worked there, so I apologise if I say anything wrong. You'll also be forced to take classes that have nothing to do with your major. My major was biology, and I hate to take English? Wth?
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DAN JO
4 months ago
Officers in OGA do work sucks. If your well educated person, do not enroll here.
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Becca Davis
in the last week
UCO needs to figure something out - if you want to talk to someone at the school, be prepared to be on the phone for at least 10 minutes. Every place at the student union is understaffed - so prepare for lines. The websites layout is SO disorganized and not user friendly to get anything figured out while you wait on the phone. This school is not commuter friendly, and the grad program I was attending didn't care if I worked full time. If I'm paying your salary, learn to be flexible with me. I'm now applying to a school that figured all this out. Get it together, people!!
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Brandy B
3 months ago
I've attended UCO since 2010 as a part-time student taking 2-3 classes a semester. My ultimate conclusion is UCO is not a college for working students. The reason why working students take evening classes is because we have full time jobs and take care of families. We take evening classes to improve our lives, not for the fun of being tortured. UCO's selection of online classes are slim. We pay $180 more per online class and where is this money going exactly? It sure isn't going into keeping the class up and running. The online classroom is frequently offline or having tech issues. The administration is lazy and unhelpful. I'm not sure what the point is to advisement staff because they don't advise The accounting instructors are all mostly tenured and act like they walk on water. The accounting staff are condescending and do not care about their students. The instructors I enjoyed and learned the most from were non-accounting instructors. Instructors in other areas of UCO have been great. UCO may cost less, but I promise they get their money with their retake classes taught by inefficient instructors racket. I would not recommend this college if you're a working student. If you're straight out of high school, this is the college for you, but maybe not even then (UCO will not hold your hands HS kiddies). Good luck to you if you've decide to attend UCO. I've attended other colleges and UCO is okay. 9/22/16: The accounting instructors are out to trick students, not teach students. UCO is all about profit and not their students. Just this semester I purchased an online access code for an accounting class that the instructor told us to purchase and was included in her syllabus as a required material. I purchased it for $170, this is on top of paying more than $1500 to take the actual class and renting the book that I haven't used yet. Come to find out, we didn't need the "required" online access code. The teacher did not tell the students once she realized we didn't need the code. We needed a code the instructor provided. It was up to the students to tell each other. UCO and its staff does not meet expectations.
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Dillon Rodgers
4 months ago
Even though I had a different and pretty upsetting experience, I know that if i weren't in the circumstance i was in, this play is amazing.
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OKC Wedding Officiants Pastor John T. Snelson V
7 months ago
The campus landscaping and pond is a wonderful setting and environment. The chaple creates a unexpected very place for a intimate wedding ceremony.
Response from the owner - 6 months ago
Thank you for the kind words!