The money can either be donated to student activities to purchase benches for the new intramural field or the general scholarship endowment, in which money is invested, and the earnings grow 5 percent each year.
Administrators are addressing a student petition regarding the quality of theater facilities and officials’ transparency about the theater budget. The petition’s creators originally asked for 200 signatures before the petition would be presented to the theater school’s deans for consideration. Since then, 169 students, alumni and students’ relatives signed the petition. The petition was given…
Student Government Association was missing $1,492 in the most recent budget audit.
University officials plan to replace Alvin’s Café with a Chick-fil-A. The decision was made based on a Jan. 12 dining survey asking students to voice their opinions on potential food providers.
Members of the Strategic Planning Steering Committee will meet with students to update them on their plan for the university’s future.
OCUTalks will continue its conversation series with “The Muslim Experience.”
OCU’s Native American Society will follow the opening of the Spring Equinox Art Exhibition with its annual Spring Powwow, which now has a competition component.
Students and faculty participated in the 2017 Muslim Day at the Capitol to meet with elected representatives.
The Theta Psi chapter of Kappa Sigma fraternity is celebrating its 50th anniversary. The fraternity will host events April 21 to 23.
A student in the dance school is accused of creating fake social media profiles for her professors, resulting in an ongoing police investigation.
Students will call or write letters to donors and alumni to thank them for their dedication as a part of a university thankathon.
OCU School of Law will host an Energy Roundtable, which will address the future of oil and gas in Oklahoma.
The Repurposing Club’s proposal for recycling bins on campus failed, resulting in further discussion of on-campus recycling.
President Robert Henry is being recognized for his work in the interfaith community.
Students have voiced concerns about scheduling conflicts surrounding the upcoming play House of Atreus.
Student Government Association approved their semester budget during the first meeting of the semester.
Some students are concerned about maintenance workers appearing in their dorms unannounced and about them leaving dorm room doors open.
Campus Technology officials are attempting to catch up on work orders and determine whose requests were missed following a program malfunction earlier this month.
Dr. Valerie Couch, dean of the OCU School of Law, is stepping down after five years.
Several OCU students attended the Peace House’s annual Peace Festival to learn about local issues, listen to local musicians, and eat vegan-friendly foods.
Officials are still working towards transforming Smith Hall into a dorm to house people of different faiths to promote interfaith dialogue on campus. The dorm is projected to be open to students by the fall of 2018.
Downtown in December is an annual local series of holiday-related events. It includes favorites like ice skating in the Devon Ice Rink and snow tubing.
The university is in the process of strategic planning, which will help university leaders in decision-making and budget priorities.
Students and professors have expressed annoyance with hacking, phishing and other online media violations.
Jo Rowan, professor of dance and chairman of the Ann Lacy School of American Dance, received her second and third Lifetime Achievement Awards this semester.
Students are expressing concerns about recent events on campus that make them feel unsafe.