Central's Office of Information Technology
The Office of Information Technology (OIT) at the University of Central Oklahoma (UCO) strives to enhance learning, improve service and communication, and increase student, faculty, staff, and community access to useful information through the application of technology.
Information Technology at UCO provides computing, networking, e-learning, telephone, training, and support services to students, faculty, staff and the University community.
New UCONNECT Arrives in May
A new version of UCONNECT will go live on May 15. Clean, intuitive and responsive, the upgrade is the result of more than 1,900 inputs from faculty, staff, students and members of UCO's peer institutions. Stay tuned for details. For more information check out the UCONNECT project page.
Students Get Microsoft Office 365 Pro Plus - Free
Microsoft Office 365 Pro Plus is now available for UCO students at no cost thanks to a campus agreement program facilitated by the Office of Information Technology. This agreement provides current students with the latest version of full Microsoft Office on their personally-owned devices while they are enrolled. For details and download instructions, please visit Microsoft Office 365 Student Resources.
New Password Reset Reminder & Tool
Beginning May 11th, the Office of Information Technology is implementing new features to help remind faculty and staff of required password resets. In the future, faculty and staff will begin to receive emails 7 days, 3 days, 2 days, and 1 day before their password will expire. These notifications will NOT ask for passwords or any personally identifiable information, but will provide faculty and staff with options for changing their password. Directions will be different depending on your location (on or off campus). Preview a sample email which will be sent out.
Please contact the UCO Service Desk with any questions or concerns,
As part of a multi-million dollar network infrastructure upgrade, the University of Central Oklahoma is currently upgrading the wireless networks across campus. This project is partially funded by the student technology fee. This upgrade will provide better wireless signal coverage with more reliability. It will also allow more devices to connect to the network while providing faster speeds. What this means to you when connecting to the wireless network!