The community of alumni, faculty, administrators, staff and students from the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma is saddened almost beyond
After more than a year of planning and development, the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma has launched a new mobile-friendly website desig
A pillar of the Chickasaw business community, Bill G.
Our USAO elves were busy this holiday season... so from our family to yours, HAPPY HOLIDAYS!! See our holiday greeting:
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.
In an effort to better meet the needs of all USAO divisions and departments, the Communications & Marketing team has created a Request Services Form. Through this new request system, we can ensure we market and publicize your event/project the best way possible through strategic planning and creative thinking. If you are in need of our services, please complete this form. We look forward to serving you!
In a time when Facebook users can be thought of as citizens of the third-largest country in the world and political revolutions are driven by 140-character “tweets,” the role of social networks and social media have become issues of vital importance.
After generating more than $4000 in scholarship money and more than 400 pounds lost, the Make Marble Pay weight loss and health awareness program begins its second year with new prizes and new challenges on Jan. 23 at the University of Science and Arts.
Singled out by Kiplinger in its Best Values in Public Colleges in 2012 as the least expensive public university “delivering a quality education at an affordable price" is the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma. The announcement came this week on Kiplinger’s website.
Prospective students can still apply for the William Neill Scholarship through the USAO Foundation Office for the Fall 2011 term as the deadline to apply has been extended to May 2.
One first-year student will receive the scholarship, which will cover the cost of room, board, books, tuition and related fees above an amount paid by other scholarships or financial aid.