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It is the mission of the Human Resources Department to advance the overall mission of the University through the recruitment, retention, and support of an excellent faculty and staff.  We will provide quality services to attract, develop, motivate and retain a diverse workforce by conducting ourselves with professionalism, integrity, objectivity, character, and civility. It is our vision to be a trusted resource and a highly sought after strategic partner of the University community by assisting its members in accomplishing their goals and by sustaining a University culture of transformative education. 

HR Resources

Documents and Forms

"Broncho Beat" Newsletters

Employee Recognition Awards

Employee Assistance Program

Employee Handbook

 Policies and Procedures Manual

Team Management Central Wiki: Exclusively for Managers & Supervisors

Feedback and Comments are Welcome!

Do you have a suggestion, comment or idea for UCO? The university launched UCOmment for students, faculty, staff and the public to share their thoughts - anonymously or not - with university leaders. Visit UCOmment and give us your feedback.

Also available is the Ethics Point RUSO Tip Line set up through the Regional University System of Oklahoma (RUSO). Continuing efforts to provide a safe, ethical, and positive work and learning environment, Central offers the RUSO Tip Line as an additional choice through which concerns may be submitted anonymously.  Ethics Point is a web-based, commercial platform used by industry and higher education to handle such concerns. You are also encouraged to continue communicating any concerns directly to your supervisor, Human Resources, or the appropriate campus offices whenever possible. For more information, visit FAQs from EthicsPoint, or read a letter from RUSO Board Chair Michael Mitchel addressing the use of EthicsPoint.

Questions? Ask HR: hr@uco.edu