January 2012

49er Chapel Bridge

Watch out for trolls.

Bill Smith Ballpark

Play Ball!

Alumni Chapel

Here comes the bride.

Ballroom

Dance the night away.

USAO tops Kiplinger’s Best Values in Public Colleges list for low cost

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January-05-2012
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According to Kiplinger's Best Values in Public Colleges in 2012 report, graduates from the University of Science and Arts can face a dynamic job market with confidence knowing that they've received one of the nation's best educational values from Oklahoma's only public liberal arts college.

Singled out by Kiplinger in its Best Values in Public Colleges in 2012 as the least expensive public university “delivering a quality education at an affordable price" is the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma. The announcement came this week on Kiplinger’s website.

Austin Hall

Cody works Here!!!

USAO kicks off Spring classes

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January-04-2012
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This bronze seal stands as part of an unfolding initiative to make the University of Science and Arts more visible from Grand Avenue. Regular enrollment day at the University of Science and Arts is Jan. 6. Classes also start Jan. 6 at Oklahoma’s only public liberal arts university in Chickasha. The college offers more than 400 classes in 22 fields of study. A spring class schedule is available from the USAO Admissions Office, 574-1204, or on the Internet at usao.edu/usao-course-schedules.

Though the clocks won’t spring forward until March, the University of Science and Arts is getting its traditional jump on things with the launch of the Spring 2012 trimester. Classes begin Friday at Oklahoma’s public liberal arts university in Chickasha. The first day of classes is also enrollment day at the college.

Drovers continue winning streak, overtake Chaps

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01/02/2012

CHICKASHA — The Drover men battled tough to continue their four-game winning streak against the Chaps on Monday afternoon at the USAO Fieldhouse and grabbed an 82-67 victory.

Senior Kyle Hunt double doubled for the fourth time this season with 15 points and 14 rebounds in the game. He went six of nine from the field and three for four from the line.

Juniors Norris Rumph and Brandon Cutler each had another 13 points for the Drovers. Trell Porter had nine points and four assists in the game.

Payne leads Drovers in another conference battle

Date Published: 
01/02/2012

CHICKASHA — The No. 17 Lubbock Christian Lady Chaps were just too much for the Drovers on Monday afternoon at the USAO Fieldhouse.

Liberty Payne again led the Drover women in scoring with 18 points and eight rebounds. She went seven for 13 from the field — including three three-pointers — and made one free throw.

Junior Tashina Ototivo had 14 points and eight rebounds in the game. Sophomore Paige Pulliam had another 10.

The Drovers fell 90-58. The women move to 3-9 overall and 0-5 in the Sooner Athletic Conference.