August 2009

USAO Reaches Another MEP Goal

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August-31-2009

Freshman retention has reached 72 percent this fall at the University of Science and Arts, one of the highest rates for any institution in Oklahoma – another goal reached in USAO’s 10-year Mission Enhancement Plan (MEP).

Massey Helps Students While Remembering Leaders

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August-31-2009

Remembering two leaders who left their mark on Oklahoma history – former higher education Chancellor E.T. Dunlap and former state Sen. Don Baldwin – is the heart of a new scholarship fund established at the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma by State Regent John Massey, a banker from Durant.

Scholastic Meet

 

College Part of Social Websites

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August-31-2009

Students, faculty, staff, alumni and friends at USAO can connect with the college through more than just the official website at www.usao.edu. The university is part of several social media websites available on the internet.

Results of the 2010 Montmartre Festival

 

Students Thinking Green in Garden

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August-31-2009

What was once a 90-foot steel frame structure that housed new trees, shrubs and the occasional pile of brush at the University of Science and Arts, is now teaming with new life and activity as the location of the Community Garden. The garden is part of the Service Learning/Civic Engagement program at the college.

USAO Moves Up in U.S. News -- A #1 'Best Buy' Again

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August-31-2009

Ranked for the third time on the exclusive “Great Schools, Great Prices” list in U.S.News & World Report’s America’s Best Colleges guide, the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma holds onto its No. 1 spot among all baccalaureate colleges – public and private – in the western United States this fall.  USAO is ranked No. 1 on the “best buys” list for both academic quality and reasonable cost, according to the magazine’s website.

Drover Soccer Teams Ready to Compete

CHICKASHA -- As the USAO Drovers play their first home soccer game on Saturday, head coach Jimmy Hampton’s expectations for both the men’s and women’s soccer teams are very high.