April 2010

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Walton Foundation Adds $2,500 to USAO Scholarships

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Local Arvest Bank officials present a check on behalf of the Walton Family Foundation for $2,500 to support student programs and scholarships at the University of Science and Arts. From left are Commercial Lender Brad Duvall, Arvest Community President David Snell, USAO Vice President for University Advancement Michael Nealeigh, Commercial Lender Dave Adams and Business Development Officer John Grote.

A $2,500 grant to support student programs and scholarships at USAO has been announced by local Arvest Bank officials.  The gift comes from the Walton Family Foundation through a grant proposal submitted by local Arvest officials.

1960 Class Reunion

Student Center, Station 82

Contact Peggy Cole for information

09/03/2010 - 5:30pm

Wedding and Reception

USAO Alumni Chapel

Gary Hall Lounge

07/31/2010 - 4:00pm

8th Grade Promotion

Gary Hall Lounge

05/15/2010 - 7:00pm

One freshman athlete does it all

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04/22/2010 - 5:00am

One Drover freshman balances two sports, high academic standards, student government and social activities in the whirlwind that is her life.

Students Raise Support, Money for Important Cause


A group of students at the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma spent seven hours walking in circles on April 15.

USAO’s Phi Lambda Chi fraternity hosted an awareness walk around the university’s oval. The walk was part of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation’s Great Strides program, which helps raise money and awareness for cystic fibrosis (CF).


Jourdan Earns USAO’s Highest Honor


Its first-ever honorary degree was conferred April 23 upon local businessman Lonnie Jourdan by the University of Science and Arts, school officials have announced.

Obituary - Elsie Null Served with Distinction from 1943-81


Services for Dr. Elsie Null, 93, of Chickasha are scheduled Thursday (May 6) at 1:30 p.m. at Ferguson Funeral Home.  Dr. Null taught for more than 38 years at this institution, spanning all three legacies -- from the World War II days at the Oklahoma College for Women, through the Oklahoma College of Liberal Arts period, and into the modern University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma era.