USAO New Student Orientation is an integral part in the freshman transition into the USAO community. The purpose of freshman orientation is to welcome and introduce you to many aspects of campus life including: academics, student life, co-curricular activities, diversity, and how to achieve college success.
COOKING FOR COLLEGE TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25 11:00am-12:00pm Regent’s Room (behind Dusty’s) Tired of eating Ramen noodles? Join us for some tips and recipes that are easy to try at home (yes, even in your residence hall) that are inexpensive and great for the busy college student.
"Being involved on campus completely transforms the college experience. Of course what we learn in the classroom is vital to our success, but student organizations and activities offer a chance to do even more, by networking, developing leadership skills, and interacting with students from other fields...
USAO Drover Difference Day will allow students to volunteer throughout the Chickasha Community. Students will reflect on their service experience and provide feedback about what they learned all while helping out the community!
Students, faculty and staff are encouraged to shed pounds, compete for prizes and add money to the scholarship fund. Weigh-ins begin Jan. 23 between 9 a and 12 p in the Health Services office in Rm 304 | Student Center. Read the news story.
Patrick Davis (right) accepts the USAO Alumni Association’s Distinguished Graduate Award from Eric Feuerborn, director of alumni development, on Friday evening in the Te Ata Memorial Auditorium on USAO’s campus. Read the news story.
USAO goes pink for Breast Cancer Awareness. USAO has many events planned to help fight cancer. The events include the pink soccer game and bake sale Oct. 11. Throughout October, Hot Pink Salon will be hosting Ribbon Your Hair. More details here