Student affairs officials will host a celebration for National Coming Out Day on Oct. 11.
Levi Harrel, associate director of student development, was elected IFC adviser as part of a university initiative to link fraternity and sorority life together.
Tomorrow is the last day for Oklahoma City University students to apply for the Student Conduct Board.
Star Summit is an annual leadership conference hosted by student affairs. It brings together students leaders from many on-campus organizations to discuss ideas about how to be better leaders and how to improve the campus.
Applications and nominations are open for the 2017 Campus Leadership Awards.
Women who did not go through formal rush at the beginning of the academic year will have another opportunity to join a Greek organization.
Student organizations can request assistance from the associate dean of students for leadership and developmental training and workshops.
National Collegiate Alcohol Awareness week is Oct. 17-21, and OCU will be holding events on campus from Oct. 19-21.
A new campaign, #OCUgrit, promotes student resiliency through posters, buttons, and social media outreach.
Letters from multiple sororities, Phi Gamma Delta fraternity’s flag and Gamma Phi sorority’s trophy have been stolen in the past month alone.
The 2016 STAR Summit responses have been released. Click through to read the list.
There was no Top 10 list created during STAR Summit this year.
Student leaders are invited to come to STAR Summit to set goals for next semester, learn to be better leaders and share scheduled events.
Live! on the Quad is an opportunities festival being offered this semester by the office of First-Year Experience. Students will have an opportunity to learn about and get involved in student organizations, study abroad, internships and future careers, and service opportunities. The outside volunteer organizations attending are Freedom Oklahoma, Family Builders, United Way of Central…