Events

Upcoming Community & Camps

Prom Boutique

10:00am Feb 28, 2015
Station 82

The University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma will again host its annual Prom Boutique on Saturday, Feb. 28, from 10 a.m. to noon in Station 82 in the Student Center. Local high school students will have the opportunity to shop for donated prom dresses and other accessories for their upcoming spring proms.

Those interested in donating prom dresses (or any type of fancy dress), jewelry, shoes and other accessories can drop items off at the Student Services office on the third floor of the Student Center by Friday, Feb. 27.

(All day) Mar 01, 2015
Campus

Today the $300 deposit is due for the the 35th Annual ART AND THEATRE TRIP TO NEW YORK CITY and the date all deposits become non-refundable. The six-day, five-night art theatrfsde-based trip is open to all faculty, students and members of the general public. New York Trip Details and Rates

Please note that the BALANCE IS DUE on or before April 1, 2015.

(All day) Apr 01, 2015
Campus

Today the day your complete balance is due for the 35th Annual ART AND THEATRE TRIP TO NEW YORK CITY. The six-day, five-night art theatre-based trip is open to all faculty, students and members of the general public. New York Trip Details and Rates

(All day) May 19 to 24, 2015
New York City

Join us for the 35th Annual ART AND THEATRE TRIP TO NEW YORK CITY running from May 19, 2015 through May 24, 2015. All faculty, alumni, students and members of the general public are invited to attend. The trip is a six-day, five-night art and theatre-based trip. Anyone under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult, parent, or guardian. There is a $50 discount with $100 deposit by Nov. 1, 2014. We hope you will take advantage of this great opportunity and join us on our next New York trip. Space is limited so sign up soon!

2014 Camp collage

(All day) Jul 13 to 17, 2015
Campuswide

Summer Academy: “Where does our food come from and how did it get here?” targets students entering 8th or 9th grade interested in STEM topics and food. The Academy will follow the progress of food from the garden to the kitchen to the pantry for a rainy day. Attendees will learn the science behind the carbonation of root beer and bread, nutrients available in food, presence of genetically modified genes in snacks, trips to local farms and food processing plants, food-based games and movies as well as mentoring for high school and college.