August 2013

Student Discounts

No merchants currently have agreed to provide a student discount to Drover Card Cardholders.


If you are a merchant and would like to see your business on this list, please contact Student Services at 405-574-1278.


Your Drover Card is a fully functional debit card.  It should be treated like any other debit/credit card.

Please adhere to the following:


Online Deposits

Parents and/or students can transfer funds from an existing bank account using our ONLINE DEPOSITS web page


In-Person – Herring Bank Branch

You can make a deposit to your Drover Card at any Herring Bank branch.  Present your ID card when making a deposit to identify yourself as a Drover Card holder.


Payroll Direct Deposit

Debit Fees

USAO and Herring Bank have teamed up to offer you a convenient, one-card solution with the Drover Card.  The Drover Card is a MasterCard Debit Student ID that allows you free access to Herring Bank ATMs and to make no-fee purchases at merchant locations that accept MasterCard or pin-based transactions.  It’s the easy way to access cash and make purchases on and off campus.

Monthly fee                                                  Free

ID Card Office

Location Student Services, 3rd floor of the Student Center


Phone Number: 405-574-1278


Hours of Operation: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday

ID Policy

My Drover Card MasterCard Debit Student ID Card

A. Purpose
To enhance a more user-friendly environment for students, faculty, and staff by providing a high quality, single card system that allows efficient access to all card-related services throughout USAO and to seek new and expanded uses of the card through improved, advanced technology.

B. Scope
The policy has a college-wide applicability.

C. Definition(s)
Terms are defined as needed within this website.

Drover Card

It is recommended that all students and staff on the USAO Campus obtain and carry a Drover Card.

You’ll use your Drover Card often, so make sure to carry it with you at all times.  You’ll need it to:

Holland retires from USAO with legacy of service

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Retired professor of speech language pathology Diane Holland (center) basks in the affection of recent grads Kelly Snow of Konawa (left) and Texhoma resident Beatriz Rey (right). Holland retired from teaching and managing the John Morris Clinic Speech and Language Clinic after 22 years of service at the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma.

Diane Holland had a five-year plan.

After working as a speech pathologist for the Norman Public School system, she was intrigued by the possibility of teaching when a position at the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma opened up but didn’t want to become too far removed from working with clients.

Twenty-two years later, Diane Holland is retiring from a career of educating speech pathologists who have gone on to treat thousands and from running the John Morris Speech and Language Clinic that has helped hundreds in Chickasha and the surrounding communities.

Library Assistant II

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Professional Trimester Observation Instrument

The observation instrument will be completed by the University Supervisor for each visit and once by the mentor teacher.  Upon submission the data will be sent to The Coordinator of Clinical Experiences and the Assessment Coordinator.