November 2009

Welcome to USAO Student Services

3rd Floor, Student Center (405) 574-1278

Student Services provides opportunities for you to engage in development beyond the classroom. We strive to inspire you to pursue a life of learning, leadership, and service in a diverse and changing society. We recognize that you may need support in this endeavor, and we are here to assist you throughout this process.

Jourdan Makes USAO House a Home

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July-22-2009

 

With quiet consistency and deliberate planning, Lonnie and Dell Jourdan have left their mark on the USAO campus – from stained glass windows in the Student Center to the lovingly restored Home of the President. Renamed The Jourdan House, the president’s home has been painstakingly revived to its classic early 20th century design with private gifts from the Jourdan family.  Sharing in the unveiling of The Jourdan House was, from left, USAO President John Feaver, Lonnie Jourdan and Marilyn Feaver, first lady of USAO.

 

State Budget Cutbacks Force USAO Cuts in Benefits, Salaries

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November-04-2009

With no end in sight to state budget cuts to higher education, the University of Science and Arts will trim benefits for all employees and implement furloughs and salary cuts for the remaining eight months of this fiscal year, which ends in June 2010.

Teacher Andrea Brock To Receive USAO Young Alumni Award Nov. 7

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November-04-2009

Drovers shut out Wayland Baptist

Ten was the magic number for the Drovers on Tuesday as both soccer teams shut out Wayland Baptist University teams 10-0, and the men became Sooner Athletic Conference regular season champions for the first time in school history.

Drovers become regular season SAC champs

Ten was the magic number for the Drovers on Tuesday as both soccer teams shut out Wayland Baptist University teams 10-0, and the men became Sooner Athletic Conference regular season champions for the first time in school history.

"Lysistrata" Opens Nov. 12 at USAO

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The women in Aristophanes' Lysistrata have a unique plan for peace -- put down your arms or no more sex. This 2,500 year-old war of the sexes opens Nov. 12 at the University of Science and Arts.

For the love of soccer and the will to live

He expected to battle college midterms and even opponents on the soccer field, but Mark Thompson never thought he’d have to tackle life-threatening brain cysts during his freshman year in college.