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Important Update:

The university is operating at Level 2 for the first two weeks of classes for the spring 2022 semester.

For classes, this means faculty will have the discretion to choose a fully remote format, hybrid format or fully in-person format. Masks will be mandatory the first two weeks for in-person classes, with faculty offering a plan for students unable to attend in person. These changes begin for classes Jan.12.

Visit the COVID-19 website to report a positive test, symptoms or exposure, for vaccine and testing information and for other COVID-19 resources. 

Annual Security and Fire Safety Report

In accordance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act of 1990 (amended 1998 and 2008), the University of Central Oklahoma prepares an Annual Security and Fire Safety Report. This report includes general safety and security information, campus policies related to the investigation of incidents, selected crime statistics, fire safety information, fire statistics for residential student housing, and other information of interest to students, faculty, staff, prospective employees, and prospective students.

If you would like a paper copy of the report, please contact the University Police. Paper copies can also be obtained from the Office of Prospective Students located on the ground level of the Nigh University Center or from Employment Services in the Lillard Administration Building.

Campus Sex Offender Registry

Oklahoma's Sex Offender Registration laws were amended in 2002 to include university campuses. In essence, anyone convicted of a non-aggravated sex offense in the past ten years must register with the University Police if they are a student, employee, resident or anyone who works on campus property in any capacity. Persons convicted of aggravated sex offenses must register indefinitely. This applies to persons convicted in Oklahoma and ALL other states and territories of the United States of America. Registration with campus authorities must be in addition to registration with the local law enforcement agency where the convicted person resides (unless they reside on campus). Failure to register in accordance with law will subject the offender to additional criminal prosecution.

The University Police has established a procedure to collect required information and make it available for public inspection. The list of registrants will be included in our Public Information Binder which is available for inspection at our facility 24 hours a day, year-round.