Our organizations represent the vivid and diverse fabric of our campus community. Take a look and see which group or groups are right for you!
Diversity Round Table (DRT) is the umbrella organization that oversees all of Central’s multicultural organizations. DRT is there to help everything run smoothly as it coordinates the activities of the multicultural organizations and facilitates the awareness-creating opportunities that are so essential to what these groups do. At its very base, DRT is a group that exists to advocate, educate, and celebrate Central’s multicultural community.
The Black Student Association (BSA) has a mission of education and advancement of the black community on the UCO campus. Membership is open to all with no restrictions on race, color, religion, national origin or sexual orientation.
The Asian American Student Association (AASA) brings together individuals of Asian descent from a variety of backgrounds in order to highlight those cultures represented by the UCO community. The AASA is an active body that increases awareness of their diverse cultural makeup and history by hosting social events, educational programs, cultural events and community service projects.
The Hispanic American Student Association (HASA) is a student-led group that promotes the rich diversity and history of Hispanic-American cultures found in North and Latin America. They also strive to help support Hispanic American people on the campus and around the community.
The Native American Student Association (NASA) is a body that seeks to unite and represent the Native American Student body at UCO while creating awareness of Native American culture in the local area. Social events, cultural celebrations, and community service events give NASA the chance to promote the diverse languages, cultures, and histories represented by its members and the community at large.
The Student Alliance for Equity (SAFE) is a registered student organization the provides support and community for gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, intersex, asexual, queer and questioning students, faculty, alumni or staff at the University of Central Oklahoma, as well as the surrounding communities.
The American Association of University Women (AAUW) at UCO is a student organization that seeks to provide aid to the positive construction and preservation of all female students’ personal and academic lives. Our local AAUW chapter is supported by the national chapter, helping us to meet our mission in supporting the self-identity, self-esteem, and self-sufficiency and unity of the women in our campus community.