There’s one thing almost all college kids have in common: they’re broke. Here are some ways to prevent going further down the pit of debt.
Student Government Association should represent the student body and work to improve student organizations through funding, advice and support.
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I created a list of claims I’ve heard against millennials and OCU students and backed them up with pictures.
Some students can add their scholarships together until they pay for tuition, while others cannot stack their specific scholarship types, causing confusion and frustration.
We need a plan to help housing, but maybe this isn’t the best one.
We can agree we pay a lot of money to OCU. There is one thing students can do to prevent officials from being forced to waste our money.
As a college student, saving money is often easier said than done. For the month of January, I tracked my spending. The results were more surprising than I could have imagined.
University officials soon will announce their findings from the campuswide prioritization project.
The holidays are a time of joy, festivities, cheer, and presents. The first three don’t require much besides a cheerful disposition and a few Christmas carols, but the idea of gift giving can strike fear into the heart of broke college students everywhere.
Students who have their books paid for through scholarships are in for a change next semester.Book Bucks will no longer be transferred to students’ personal bank accounts beginning Spring 2015.
Student Government Association has decided to go through its own process of prioritization. SGA will begin the process of a self-audit soon.
By Lauren Matheny, Lifestyles Editor For students, summer is a time to relax, take a deep breath, and look back on the year of hard work with pride. It’s a time for summer jobs, for exciting internships, for horizon-broadening trips abroad. But despite the temptation to completely check out, summer should also be a time…
The Office of University Advancement is hiring callers for the OCU Phonathon.
Students will be paid $10 an hour to contact university alumni by phone to update their information and request donations.
An alumna and former university employee charged with stealing more than $104,000 from the university pleaded guilty this week to the charge.
I had the great opportunity to be at a soft launch for Rehearsals, the new campus restaurant at the corner of 23rd Street and Kentucky.
Student Senate is changing its allotment process.
The changes began Sept. 24 with senators unanimously agreeing to suspend parts of the student constitution.
When looking for help with funding, students and organizations have the opportunity to turn to student government.
Student Governmnet Association has the ability to give out money to organizations through allotments.
A former Alpha Phi adviser was relieved from her duties after officials discovered money missing from the sorority’s account.
Lisa Riggs, a former university employee and an alumna, also was charged in federal court last week with wire fraud for unauthorized purchases on university credit cards.
Delta Alpha Chi, the men’s Christian fraternity, is scheduled to host their Homeless Awareness Week from Sept. 30 through Oct. 4.
Skyline Ministries is a United Methodist organization dedicated to helping the homeless in Oklahoma City.
In recent years, the Powerball lottery has given out record amounts of money to winners.
Some of the jackpots have been close to half a billion dollars.
There are many things the lottery does for funding important institutions, but people just don’t understand where the money is coming from.
By Susannah Waite, Editor-in-Chief Student Government Association members are gearing up for another school year. SGA President Beatrize Martinez and other members of SGA spent the summer working on plans for the academic year. “The direction, looking forward, is definitely communication,” Martinez said. “This year we’re really making sure that we’re at events, and we…
By Susannah Waite, Editor-in-Chief Student leaders from the Student Government Association and the law school have settled their financial feud. Student government and bar association officials resolved their conflict Jan. 26. They are waiting to see if the Student Senate agrees with their compromise. The agreement, which would not take effect until Fall 2013, will…