President Robert Henry will take a leave of absence until September for medical reasons.
President Robert Henry announced he will retire as president in June of 2018.
President Robert Henry is being recognized for his work in the interfaith community.
Dr. Valerie Couch, dean of the OCU School of Law, is stepping down after five years.
The provost search committee determined Buchanan was the top candidate for the position based on the survey data collected from students, faculty and staff.
One of the longest serving members of the board of trustees died last week. She served as a university trustee since 1981.
Trustee Ann Simmons Alspaugh passed away in her home Sept. 20. Alspaugh was the mother of three, the grandmother of seven, an executive, a community leader, a patron of the arts, and a philanthropist.
OCULeads: President’s Leadership Class program kicked off with a meet and greet with President Henry this week.
This year’s graduation speaker is an Olympic athlete, businessman and philanthropist. Bart Conner will speak at the undergraduate commencement ceremony May 7.
University officials began the search to replace the former chief financial officer.
Programs placed in the “phase out” or elimination category, and some that were not, will be reviewed this month to see if they are functioning well enough to keep.
President Robert Henry and his wife, Dr. Jan Henry, will give students who cannot go home for Thanksgiving a place to celebrate with the campus community. Henry is partnering with Sodexo to provide a Thanksgiving meal free of charge to students who are unable to go home because it is too far away. Lunch is…
The diversity and inclusion task force began its work to make the university a more inclusive campus. President Robert Henry created the task force after a photo surfaced last month on social media. In the photo, a student was dressed as Jay Z with her face painted black, a practice known as “blackface.” Blackface represents…
Monday has been declared Indigenous Peoples’ Day by President Robert Henry. The OCU community will come together to celebrate Native American culture and its contributions to the larger society. The celebration will include a Native American honor song as well as speeches from Native American faculty and students. Henry will also speak at the event….
A distinguished Oklahoman received an honorary doctorate and students are being forced to move out of dorms before graduation.
Officials released a prioritization report to students on Tuesday.
Director of First Year Experiences and Student Disability Services Coordinator Lee Hall retired Oct. 31.
President Robert Henry is not leaving OCU, a university official said Oct. 28.
Submitted OCU was ranked as one of the best universities in the western United States. College Choice, a website which publishes rankings of schools for prospective students, named OCU to their list of Best Western Regional Universities last week. OCU was the only school in Oklahoma to make the list. The school was ranked 31…
Kyle Steele has been named the new volleyball coach for OCU.
OCUpella, a student-run a cappella group, is preparing for another year of performances.
The group has about 25 members with a wide variety of majors. Twelve new members were added into the group this year.
An alumna and former university employee is charged with stealing more than $104,000 from the university.
Lisa Riggs was charged Sept. 18 with wire fraud in the western district of Oklahom
U.S. News and World Report ranked Oklahoma City University among the top schools in the nation. The list, which was released Tuesday, ranked OCU number 24 in the West regional universities category. Last year, OCU ranked number 26. OCU has the highest rank of any Oklahoma school. President Robert Henry said OCU’s ranks high because…
The layout editor for OCU’s Student Publications staff won a state award for a design published in The Campus newspaper.
Oklahoma City University was ranked in the top 100 best private colleges in the country by a leading financial advisement firm.
Dear Students, I want to share some additional information and insights regarding the incident that took place on September 23 that caused our campus to briefly go on lockdown. By now, you are aware a shooting occurred about seven blocks away and the suspect fled toward campus, was apprehended, and taken into police custody. During…