November 2013

In the Saddle — Coach Jennifer Hayden

Date Published: 
11/07/2013
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CHICKASHA – Looking ahead into her second season with the Drovers, head coach Jennifer Hayden said the women’s basketball team’s goal each game is simple: put themselves in a position to win.

The Drovers have two contests under their belts, and Hayden saw great improvement from the beginning of the first to the end of the second.

The NSSE Survey

What is this NSSE?!

NSSE stands for National Survey of Student Engagement. It is a tool that USAO uses to decide where weaknesses in its program are and helps determine what actions to take in fixing them. We do this by asking questions that students across the country answer about their universities and then compare them against ourselves.

 

Scholars Day

This event is exclusively for scholarship eligible students.

The event will take place in the USAO Student Center Ballroom from 10-2 on Saturday December 7.

Come meet current students, the admissions team and other staff members to find out what life as a USAO student could be like.

Teaching Award

Thank you for taking the time to recognize excellent teaching at USAO. Please fill out the following quick questions to help the Faculty Awards Committee identify candidates for teaching awards.

Family Day

Station 82

Date: 
11/08/2014 - 9:00am

Green and Gold Scholarship Dinner

Ballroom

Date: 
11/07/2014 - 6:00pm

Interview Tips and Techniques

Regents Room

Date: 
03/25/2014 - 12:00pm

Five players score in double figures in UCO game

Date Published: 
11/05/2013
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CHICKASHA – Five USAO players scored in the double digits in the school’s home opener on Tuesday night against NCAA Division II Central Oklahoma.

Despite the high performances offensively, the Drovers (0-3) were not able to finish the game and dropped 91-86 in the last minutes of the game.

Throughout the game, the lead changed 12 times and the game was tied another 12 times. The Drovers shot nearly 45 percent from the field for the game compared to UCO’s 52 percent.