I have enjoyed my first year at UCO. I was active in campus activities and successful in the classroom. I lived in the dorm and had no problems throughout the school year. I enjoyed having small class sizes and being able to get help from my professors. I would recommend it to prospective students.
In the fall of 2020, I began my college experience and have felt at home the entire time. Because of this experience, I have thus been able to get an apprenticeship at a funeral home to gain a greater knowledge into my area of studies. 2020 was the year this started and hopefully this adventure will never end.
Great environment, helps you to get involved and good professors.
Some of the professors can be alittle mean or seem bothered like we aren’t here to learn. Overall, good school very hands on and they want you to be successful in and after school so they prepare you .
UCO is a great school for someone looking for a college that is not too expensive, nor too difficult. The academics goes right alongside the price of admissions. The college overall is a very close community, and friend bound. The housing around and on campus is all very nice, and the facilities such as the Olympic standard gym is genuinely amazing!
The university of central oklahoma is a great school. it is located in a prime location and very friendly for international students. The town of Edmond is nice and the people are very kind. The academics are also good, and there are a variety of majors available. The student activities are extensive and there are plenty of opportunities to get involved. Scholarships are available, although they are not guaranteed.
I believe it is a great school, with a wonderful atmosphere. The teachers are always kind and ready to help in any way they can. I am very excited to be a part of the family and all of the traditions at UCO. The administrative staff though, are kind of rude and not too helpful at times, which has been a pain.
In my humble opinion, I believe that UCO is a peaceful and welcoming school to attend. Rarely have I seen any problems when I commute to my engineering classes. One of the most important aspects about UCO is community and how driven they are to help others. There is always people who ask if I need to know where I’m headed and that’s a great tool to have. On top of that, the behavior there is remarkably as most of the students are respectful and willing to talk to you. Meeting new faces is fairly easy at UCO and it makes the environment more suitable to any student. For anyone curious as to where they should go, I would highly recommend starting at UCO and see how you would like the experience.
I'm only at UCO as a concurrent student, but I'm not a huge fan. It's not a bad school at all, but it's not a great one either. Nobody seems to care that much about class, "Cs get degrees" is the favorite phrase on campus. It's affordable if you live in Edmond, and I've had one really great professor, but it's just an average school.
For me UCO seems like a great school, it could have those who are shy like no other come out and be more extroverted than introverted. They care for their students and staff like some University's would.
UCO is a good option for working adults. It is a local public university that cares about how it's students fare. I would recommend it as an alternative to one of the larger public universities which can be frustratingly impersonal. And in comparing it to the local private universities you will get the same quality for about half the price.
From the moment I stepped foot onto the campus, I knew I was going to love it. I was a concurrent high school student and grew up in a small grade school with only 7 other classmates. I learned that small class sizes had some amazing benefits. So I was excited to learn UCO's campus population was relatively small. For one, you become like family with those you see every day. The small population allows you to get to know everyone, including the professors. The one-on-one attention you get from your professors helps immensely in learning the material. There is also such a huge emphasis on hand-on learning here. Being a visual learner, this stood out to me immediately. From comfort and safety to quality education and academics, I absolutely love this university! It will be bittersweet when I have to go.
UCO is a laid back college where you can have a lot of fun and learn so much! Being on campus is extremely interactive and there is always something going on. Teachers are not afraid to engage with their students and are usually there for you when you need them.
This is the most amazing college I have ever been to! The class sizes are perfect, not too big and not too small. The professors are always available. The campus always makes you feel welcomed. My classmates are very friendly and outgoing. Truly a one-of-a-kind campus!
The University of Central Oklahoma is a diverse and optimistic campus, providing the necessities of a home away from home. Although large, the campus allows for a convenient pathway to classes with signs throughout to guide your way. Overall this college is welcoming and promising.
It’s very positive- I can’t wait to start!!
University of Central Oklahoma has always been my first choice. When I was younger it had been about the colors, and into high school I was already just set on it. I don't even remember where I had heard about the university from in elementary school. All around me growing up were mainly OSU and OU rivalries, and not much of UCO. My mother kept confusing UCO for OCU. In high school, finally able to walk around the place during a tour, I immediately loved the atmosphere. Everyone so far has been great to me and attending it currently, my only complaint is our state's weather and parking but those aren't the university's fault (although maybe the parking). Overall, I'm finding what I want to do here and I still think as I did in high school that UCO is pretty great.
The University of Central Oklahoma is a wonderful school. I personally chose it because of the academics. Central is home to the finest business, art, and nursing degrees, but is known best for its Forensics Institute. The Institute was founded and is still being ran by Dr. Dwight Adams, former Head of the FBI Laboratory, and a collection of retired FBI agents and laboratory analysts that teach out of the books that they wrote. As the number one rated and most highly accredited Forensics Institute in the nation, any student who is interested in such a field could find no better place to go. Aside from academics, the Central campus is widely known for its immaculate campus. The biggest attraction is Broncho Lake: a giant koi lake in the middle of the campus square. Central offers nine different dining options on campus including Chick-Fil-A and a full made-to-order pasta bar. As a student, you never have to feel unsafe or insecure on campus. One of my favorite, lesser celebrated attractions on campus is the University of Central Oklahoma police department, which sits on the edge of campus and has twenty-two full time officers on staff. At any given time, the middle of the night included, at least three officers are driving and/or walking around campus. It’s nearly impossible to walk from one building to another without being greeted by a friendly Central officer. There is also a ginormous Student Activities organization; not a week goes by without at least a handful of activities to take part in. Between the fantastic staff and manicured campus, any student of Central would be proud to show off the University that they call home.
UCO has a very homy campus environment. The class sizes are small so you get more one-on-one relationships with your professors. The students are extremely nice. We have a very diverse student body. If you are looking for a party-like college experience, UCO may not be for you.
I love it here. The campus is very diverse culturally! There is a ton of different cultural groups on campus and all the students are welcome. Professors are amazing and will email you back as soon as they can or are available nearly 24/7. I don't think I've met a professor here I didn't like!
I think it is a fantastic state college that provides adult students the opportunity to complete their education without financial woes.
I like the campus because the classes and different activities you can participate in are so diverse. The parking is kind of bad though, you either have to pay for guest parking or buy a parking pass. The campus is beautiful and there's lots of construction going on.
University of Central Oklahoma is a great campus with great education. Compared to other universities and colleges in the state, this college seems to be more academic-driven. The class sizes are small or average-sized so you have a better chance of getting to know your professors and are better engaged in group activities and participation. The professors are good people and genuinely want to help you excel. However, he surrounding area of the campus could have more things to do besides restaurants and fast food. The general location of the campus doesn't have much for people to do, especially for those who don't have cars. Overall, University of Central Oklahoma is a great campus and I would recommend this school to anyone who is academically driven.
I think it is a great college. I feel lucky to go here. I love the class sizes, very small which is nice. They put a lot of effort to help every single person to get involved and meet new people. They also care about every person, no matter their background, race, sexual orientation, beliefs, views, and opinions; the campus is very non-judgmental which is admirable and fantastic. They make it feel like home. Love it there.
There are many great people at UCO, there is so much diversity around the whole campus that everyday you can meet someone new. Everyone is very nice a long with the professors and other workers. There hasn't been any drama or situation that has caused my expectations of UCO to drop.
I have my undergrad degree from UCO, now I am currently pursuing my Master's degree there. I also hold 3 positions at the university as a graduate assistant. I love this school and everyone involved with it. Everyone helps everyone. The campus is just big enough to get from point A to point B within 10-15 minutes.
It's a really great college. The culture is amazing. The class sizes are small. The teachers actually care about their students. No staff member at UCO has ever made me feel like an outsider. I have great memories at this school and I'm extremely blessed that I get to be a part of their growing graduate program UCO MBA.
It is a very good place to learn. It has a very welcoming atmosphere. Everyone is so kind. I have been going to UCO concurrently for about 4 years now. My experience has been great. Currently I am a Senior in high school so it has been a good introduction to what I am going to experience in college.
I think it is a great school. Growing up I wanted to come to this school so bad because they had my major, not to many schools have funeral service as a major, especially Oklahoma. If someone is thinking about staying on campus, that's a great way to get more involved. I suggested if you are wanting to be a part of any clubs, or sororities, to stay on campus... You get to meet and become friends with new people.
i want to uco for a college visit and i got accept. i love the dorms and the college is not that small but it not that big i just right for me i start going to uco august 20 i look forward to go to uco when i saw the campus i really love it. i think uco will be a great fit for me and my future.
I visited earlier this month and fell in love. The University of Central Oklahoma is so beautiful! I’m planning on attending Fall of 2019 to major in Business Administration. I am so excited to attend somewhere where everyone is so welcoming. Everyone there was so helpful and polite. I believe the University of Central Oklahoma is a very nice school and will be a great addition to my life.
The University of Central Oklahoma is a has a variety of cultures. This creates a wonderful atmosphere that most colleges cant offer. There is a police department on campus that constantly patrols so everyone feels very safe. The cafeteria could use a little more updating in the Nigh building, but the food is decent and the dining area is very nice as well. Most professors at UCO are readily available by email and will meet will you if you schedule a meeting. I transferred to this school not expecting all of these great aspects.
I absolutely love my school. It is a large school with over 16,000 students but it feels small, engaging, and interactive. There's never more than forty students in a standard classroom and there's always something going on on campus that students can actively engage in. You always have access to valuable student resources such as food, our state of the art wellness center, a giant library, and plenty of computer labs with people to help you. UCO is my school and always will be.
The University has excellent professors, and make a point to have available office hours. Very accommodating to commuting students and staff, a lot of involvement opportunities & on-campus services. The orientation process seems needlessly lengthy, but very friendly campus culture.
The University of Central Oklahoma is a wonderful school that gets your feet wet and allows you experience what college is like but without overwhelming you right off the bat. Class sizes are relatively small and not very crowded but desk space is either minimal or fantastic depending on the class. The professors are overall very nice, always available to help, and generally flexible.
This is a university where anyone can easily feel at home. Friendships are continuously being made, professors are always accessible, and there is always some way to get involved. I have attended another college for a semester , but nothing compared to UCO.
The campus is beautiful and the college really seems to do its best to prepare its students to succeed in the real world. It is one of the few campuses in the Mid-West to participate in a program called STLR that helps students develop a portfolio for employers.
Not only is this University full of intellectually gifted individuals with the same desire to learn as me; the faculty and staff share these same core values based upon learning and achieving the full college experience. I enjoy the University of Central Oklahoma to the highest extent and would recommend attending this university for its high standing academics; as well as the many extracurricular activities around campus.
I think that UCO is dedicated to their students. The small classrooms and attentive teachers provide a great studying atmosphere. The campus is small enough that students feel safe, and see friendly faces around campus. Activities and participation on campus I would say, is above average. Students often join a campus activity, and greek involvement is common.
UCO is an amazing school, with such great professors willing you work with you and such a safe campus. I would recommend UCO to any up coming freshman.
I love it! The community is great with a lot of loving people. Most of the teachers love to teacher and try to help their students with every question they have. Even if it doesn't involve their class. The students at the school also look out for each other and if someone has questions, a fellow student could always be there to help you.
My overall opinion of my university is that it is a very safe, homey, and conveniently placed college around. Everything around this college is awesome the campus food is decent, all the professors are very friendly and they are willing to work with you. Even the places around the college like jobs are abundant, parks, and restraunts are all in very close proximity so it is just an awesome place to attend college.
I decided to apply for the University of Central Oklahoma, because after my multiple visits, I found that it was a very accepting and inviting environment that made me feel like home. UCO is big enough to meet new people everyday, but small enough to easily get involved and make a lot of new friends. I believe it offers several opportunities for student keadership and invlolvement, every event is led by student volunteers. There is a great sense of commmunity and acceptance throughout the school. I have only been there for a semester but find myself excited to go back on each break; the professors are very relatable and easy to reach, the people are so friendly and genuine. The school is rich in history, and affecting the community around it; promoting civic engagement, cultural and global competence, health and wellness, research, and leadership. We have an incredible Forensic Science program, with the successful Dr. Adams, and a very popular education program, seeing as UCO was formerly a teacher's school only. UCO is my home and has grown me as a leader and citizen involved in my community.
I think that the University of Central Oklahoma is a very great place for wanting an at home feeling. They are willing to be there for you whether it's extra help or needing some advice about life. The class sizes are not too big, so you have a platform to actually speak and answer questions.
The university of central Oklahoma is at the top of my list. For one, the location is great. Their is so much to do in Edmond, Oklahoma. I love how much life is on campus. With all the clubs, everyone has a place. I am going to join as many clubs as I can. I plan to attend UCO this coming fall.
It is a very well ran college. Many of the professors, you can tell, care about the students and their success. There is always activities going on to get the students involved. The facilities have been updated to the modern day look. There is a variety of food choices as well. There is a mid first bank on campus which makes it easy to go to the bank between classes.
It is an amazingly diverse and enriched university. There is a great set of communal resources available to everyone who attends this university. The officials truly care about enriching the lives of every single student! Free tutoring, central pantry (food!), UCO non-traditional / student-parent aid and communities, etc.
The start was good. Campus is easy to get around and learn. Parking is always a hassle but thats normal everywhere. Its very peaceful and they have small events to join. The people are friendly and help you.The sporting events are about average and they try to have to engage in them more. The art and design in always having events. Over all its a good experience.
Overall the University of Central Oklahoma is a great school. The professors are kind, The work is decent, and The people are always ready for some conversation. The on campus living is decent. The food is edible at best. On campus living is too expensive for what they offer in my humble opinion.
The University of Central Oklahoma can best be described as the college for people who need a second chance. I came to UCO after a rough chain of events, both personal and academic, that I experienced at bigger universities. I had no experience in my field and a glum outlook on my chance of graduating, much less with a good GPA. The faculty at UCO truly cared for the students in their classes and pushed me to gain experience outside the classroom by providing opportunities to give back to the community, get involved in various zoological organizations, attend conferences or seminars, and even take part in undergraduate research. The biology faculty helped me develop my ability to learn effectively, understand the nuances of a career in biology, and to succeed academically. I would highly recommend the University of Central Oklahoma to students of any age and from any background who need close, compassionate interaction with their instructors in order to succeed.
The University of Central Oklahoma is a great college. UCO has a great environment to learn and gets you involved in several activities around campus. UCO is a safe campus where students do not have to worry to walk around campus at night too. I love the campus because faculty, staff, professors, students, and everyone is nice and helping. UCO prepares the students well for the future.
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