The best way to Connect to Central and learn about UCO is to visit campus. With a University of Central Oklahoma student as your guide, the campus tour gives prospective students and parents the opportunity to see the campus first-hand and discover the many opportunities UCO offers.
General tours are available starting at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Monday through Friday. Walking tours last approximately two hours and include a 20-minute admission presentation.
Sponsored groups are invited to tour UCO with a visit designed to meet the needs of each group. The maximum capacity for group tours is 100 total guests and are subject to availability.
UCO's self-guided, walking tour will guide participants through the heart of campus, from Central's original building, Old North and past UCO's most modern buildings on campus. Self-guided tours are available on weekends when campus tours are not offered. Contact Campus Tours and Events for parking information.
Choose Your Tour
Get an insider’s view of all Central has to offer! Each Central Preview connects you with scholarships, financial aid, admissions and housing representatives that can help you decide if Central is the right choice for you.
Learn how to apply for admission and scholarships, meet with an academic adviser to discuss their transition plans and interact with current UCO students.
For those who can’t attend during the week, get an insider’s view of all Central has to offer on a Saturday! Central Saturday will connect you with scholarships, financial aid, admissions and housing representatives that can help you decide if Central is the right choice for you.
Broncho Premiere (Admitted Students)
Welcome to UCO! Ready to experience what it is like to be a student at UCO? Broncho Premiere connects you with current faculty, students and staff who will show you firsthand what it means to be a Broncho. You will have the opportunity to discover campus resources, as well as celebrate your
acceptance with future classmates.
This day is specially designed for students of a diverse background and their families. In addition to connecting with scholarships, financial aid, admissions and housing, you will have the opportunity to engage with staff from the UCO Office of Diversity and Inclusion and connect with current UCO students.
High school juniors can get a head start on their college planning at this one-day event! You will learn about Central’s admissions, scholarships and housing process and meet current UCO students who can let you know firsthand what it means to Connect to Central!
- April 19, 2024