OCU currently houses the most emotional support animals in the school’s history.
Resident science majors explain classmates’ misconceptions about certain animals and provide arguments defending each creature’s purpose.
By Lauren Matheny, Lifestyles Editor The campus gained two new members this spring. A pair of geese first appeared around campus at the beginning of April. They could be seen walking on the quad in the early morning hours, picking at bugs and squawking to students. The birds also have provided picturesque photo opportunities,…
As OCU’s resident pair of geese have added two new members to the campus wildlife population, it’s compelling to wonder: what kind of animals are you likely to find on college campuses across the country? MediaOCU uncovers the similarities and differences of the animal residents on our campus, and those across the nation.
Have you ever dreamed of working at a zoo? If so, the OKC Zoo has a career fair on the wild side just for you.
Students and faculty will no longer see pets playing on the quad.
A policy released Sept. 27 bans student and faculty from bringing pets onto campus.
This includes all buildings and facilities on campus.
Pets may find a less-than-warm welcome on campus in the near future.
Employees from the facilities department recently were asked to stop bringing pets into the facilities building.