President Robert Henry is addressing racial prejudice on campus.
Students started their week coping with news of the deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history.
A black student said he was racially profiled by campus police last week, causing alumni to share stories of their own.
Students are dealing with various insects on campus, including bed bugs, flies, cockroaches, and itch mites that cause scabies.
Students reported some unknown people on campus earlier this month.
Students from Florida are reacting to Hurricane Irma’s damage in their home state by coming together and relying on the campus community for moral support.
As tornado season approaches, university officials said they want students to feel prepared and capable in extreme weather situations.
The lockdown on Feb. 15 was issued to keep students safe inside school buildings, but some were stuck outside waiting for it to end.
The university was deemed a “Certified Healthy Campus” by the State Department of Health for “promoting health and wellness for faculty, staff and students.”
Some students claim that Sodexo, OCU’s food services provider, does not accommodate their dietary needs, especially in the caf.
OCU and Oklahoma City police are searching for suspects in a possible shooting near campus.
Some students are concerned about maintenance workers appearing in their dorms unannounced and about them leaving dorm room doors open.
University officials do not automatically refuse admission to students with criminal records.
The Title IX coordinators worked with faculty and staff throughout the university to create a video to promote the “It’s On Us” campaign.
The Human Resources Department hosted a fall week of action for the “It’s On Us” campaign.
OCUPD have arrested two individuals involved in the recent auto theft.
A vehicle was stolen around 3:30 a.m. on Oct. 24 from the Cokesbury Apartments parking lot.
A vehicle theft, two auto burglaries, and multiple attempted auto burglaries occurred around 2 a.m. Oct. 17 near United Methodist Hall.
Students are expressing concerns about recent events on campus that make them feel unsafe.
A regular shopping trip to the mall turned scary when a student caught sight of a clown.
The Campus Health Center offers the flu shot, but students disagree on the vaccine’s effectiveness.
Campus police recently released a new draft policy on weapons to students and faculty for review.
OCU currently houses the most emotional support animals in the school’s history.
Some students on campus received false emergency alerts around 8:30 p.m. Oct. 5.
Less than 450 undergraduate students responded to the alcohol survey sent out in August.
OCU’s clean campus is being threatened by an influx of litter on the quad and inside the dorms.