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Enter the 2016 Holiday Card Photography Contest

2016 College of Liberal Arts Holiday Card ContestYour holidays could get a little merrier this year. The College of Liberal Arts is hosting a Holiday Card Photography Contest that is open to UCO students, faculty and staff. The winning photo will be featured on this year’s College of Liberal Arts holiday card and the winner will receive $100.

Rules for the contest are simple. Photos must feature elements of the UCO campus and/or holiday elements. Photos must be in color and in high resolution (300 dpi) .jpg format.

In order to submit your photo, send it as an e-mail attachment to Chelsi Dennis at Include your first and last name, phone number, e-mail address, student ID number and your classification (faculty and staff must provide department affiliation).

Deadline for entries is Oct. 31.

Student Success Advisors Accepting
Walk-Ins: Oct 31 – Nov. 11

Fall break is behind us and the end of the semester is almost in sight. Along with those sighs of relief, however, should be a healthy dose of planning for next semester. Student success advisors are here to help keep you on track toward graduation or get you back on track.

And from Oct. 31 to November 11, student success advisors are accepting walk-ins. No need to make an appointment. Liberal Arts Student Success Advisors can help. Advisors can assist students in determining which classes to take and help students chart the most effective course to graduation. 

When you visit your advisor, having an idea of classes you would like to take will put you at a great advantage. This helps them serve you better by allowing them to devote more time to talking with you about GPA requirements, dates and deadlines, opportunities on campus, and other Transformative Learning opportunities.

Visit our Student Success Advisors section for more information.

Fulfill Your Language Requirement

The Department of Modern Languages offers a number of courses to assist students in the fulfillment of language requirements.

As part of the effort to ensure globally competent graduates who can work in any corner of the globe, the department offers courses in a winder range of languages, including Spanish, French, German, Korean, Chinese, Japanese, Turkish, Arabic, Italian and even Biblical Greek, Latin and Sanskrit.

Find out more about course offerings and language majors and minors from the Department of Modern Languages.