- Academic Matters, Requirements, Degrees -- Vice President for Academic Affairs
- Financial Matters -- Vice President for Business & Finance
- Campus Activities -- Vice President for Enrollment Management
- Information Services -- Vice President for Information Services & Technology
- Registration & Enrollment -- Registrar & Director of Enrollment & Records
- Recruiting and Admissions -- Director of Admissions
- Housing -- Dean of Student Services
- Scholarship and Financial Aid -- Director of Financial Aid
- Alumni Association -- Director of Alumni Affairs
- General Information -- Director of Media & Community Relations
University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma
1727 W. Alabama Avenue
Chickasha, OK 73018-5322
Main Telephone: 405-224-3140
- Office of the President -- 405-574-1395
- Main Campus -- 405-574-1220
- Business Office and Academic Areas -- 405-574-1397
- Instructional Technology & Distance Learning -- 405-574-1396
- Media & Community Relations and Sports Information -- 405-574-1377
The University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma is the state’s public liberal arts college. Its mission is to provide the public with a distinctive and accessible liberal arts and sciences education. In combining an interdisciplinary core curriculum with superior instruction in major fields of study, USAO aims to provide a thorough education that prepares students for meaningful, purposeful lives.
Objectives -- USAO has adopted the following set of objectives consistent with its mission and the functions assigned by the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education:
To provide an outstanding general education program for the State of Oklahoma with strong offerings in the liberal arts and sciences. This program will feature interdisciplinary team-teaching and will extend throughout the undergraduate experience.
To offer programs of study approved by the State Regents for Higher Education, culminating in the Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science, and Bachelor of Fine Arts degrees.
To offer a limited number of career, professional, and specialized degree programs which would be especially strengthened when combined with an interdisciplinary, liberal arts foundation.
To provide a learning environment suited to the needs of academically and artistically talented students while offering students the advantages of an interdisciplinary, liberal arts program.
To assemble a faculty whose interests, knowledge, and experiences transcend their specialized fields of graduate study and who are dedicated to liberal arts education.
To operate on a flexible trimester plan which will permit some students to complete a baccalaureate degree in three years and allow all students to progress in their academic programs at a rate which they desire.
To foster scholarly activities appropriate to the nature and the needs of the university.
To provide cultural, educational, and professional opportunities and services which enrich the university and the community.
- NORTH CENTRAL ASSOCIATION OF COLLEGES AND SCHOOLS, Since 1920
- NATIONAL COUNCIL FOR ACCREDITATION OF TEACHER EDUCATION
- OKLAHOMA COMMISSION FOR TEACHER PREPARATION
- COUNCIL ON EDUCATION OF THE DEAF
- NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF SCHOOLS OF MUSIC
- AMERICAN COUNCIL ON EDUCATION
- AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF STATE COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES
- ASSOCIATION OF AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES
- AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF COLLEGES FOR TEACHER EDUCATION
- COUNCIL OF PUBLIC LIBERAL ARTS COLLEGES
- AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF GOVERNING BOARDS
- AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES
- ASSOCIATION OF CORE TEXTS and CURRICULUM
- COLLEGES OF DISTINCTION