The University of Central Oklahoma is committed to providing access to information for current and prospective students, university faculty and staff, students currently receiving financial aid, as well as those interested in receiving financial aid, and other target audiences to make informed decisions about post-secondary education.
Below is more information, resources to financial aid, graduation and retention rates, health and safety and university culture.
Retention Rates and Graduation Rates
UCO is ranked in the top 100 in areas based on affordability, admission rate, retention rate, graduation rate, graduating salary, programs offered, reputation and expert opinion in many additional categories for multiple programs all from various national rankings for institutions of higher education.
When a student begins their educational journey at UCO, they gain a team of mentors and advocates dedicated to transforming lives; for our faculty and staff, our students come first. We are committed to assisting our students achieve their educational goals and receive their diplomas at graduation. For our students, an education at Central means a personal experience – one that goes beyond the classroom.
A college degree is one of the most important investments a student can make – at Central, we pride ourselves on remaining one of the best values in the state and region.
- Mission, Vision and Transformative Learning
- Educational Philosophy
- Diversity Statement
- Inclusive Community
- Equal Opportunity
Enrollment and Financial Resources
UCO strives to deliver innovative, knowledge-expanding programs and diverse financial aid packages to set up all students for success. Learn more about financial aid available and how to enroll for classes with the resources below.
Health and Safety
UCO makes the health and safety of students and the campus community a priority. UCO empowers faculty, staff and students through public health information, campus housing protocol and additional health and safety resources on campus.
- Coronavirus/COVID-19 information
- Clery Report
- Title IX
- Drug-Free Schools Policy Statement
- Alcoholic Beverages Policy
- Drug Testing Statement
- Emergency Response
- National College Health Assessment (NCHA)
General Institution Information
- Student Conduct
- Disability Support Services
- Student Demographic Information
- Office of Diversity and Inclusion
For more information on UCO's consumer information, contact the Office of Institutional Research.