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Important Update:

The University of Central Oklahoma physical campus will be closed to all but essential employees through May 31.
Alternative instructional delivery methods will be used for the rest of the spring semester, May intersession courses and summer blocks I and II. Many university services will continue to be available online. For more information, visit the university's COVID-19 website.

After Admission: Transfer Students

Congratulations on your decision to become a Broncho! Follow the steps below to get everything set up for your semester at Central.

1. Share your good news!

UCO student holding #FutureBroncho sighUse #FutureBroncho to share an image of yourself celebrating your acceptance to Central!

Twitter: #FutureBroncho

Instagram: #FutureBroncho

 

Professor giving lecture

2. Complete New Broncho Orientation!

Orientation at Central is called Forge! In-person and online options are available. All new transfer students are required to complete Forge prior to enrollment. 

New Broncho Orientation

3. Schedule an Advisement Appointment

All new students must see an academic advisor prior to enrollment. A meeting with an academic advisor in the Office of Undergraduate Advisement will help you develop an academic plan that ensures a timely graduation.   

In most cases, advisors are seen by appointment only, so schedule in advance!

SCHEDULE NOW

 

4. Activate your UCONNECT account

UCONNECT is the secure student portal at Central. Login information should have been received via email at the time of admission. Activate your account for important information and updates. 

UCONNECT Login

Need help with UCONNECT?

Contact UCO IT Helpdesk at 405-974-2255 or support@uco.edu for additional assistance. 

UCONNECT Access Information

5. Enroll in Classes

Login to your UCONNECT account and access the Academics tab to enroll in classes. Additional resources below. 

UCONNECT Login

6. Reserve your parking decal!

All vehicles parking on campus, including vehicles displaying state issued physical disability tags and motorcycles, must purchase an appropriate permit from Transportation and Parking Services (TPS), or park in a pay-to-park lot. The cost for a permit is $125 for the academic year (July 1 to June 30). Complete the online process to reserve your parking decal. 

Parking Permits