University of Central Oklahoma Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (8)
For my undergraduate degree, I attended the University of Central Oklahoma. The four years I spent there were undoubtedly four of the best years of my life. There are so many aspects of UCO that I tremendously appreciated and valued during my tenure there. The University, itself, is sizeable - over 15,000 students. However, the city of Edmond, has a great deal of small-town appeal, and I found the balance welcoming. As I progressed through my studies, I found my coursework to be rigorous and the faculty to be stellar. I genuinely enjoyed my classes and the time I spent on campus. While pursuing my degree, I was involved in numerous campus organizations, and this investment proved massively fruitful; not only from a social perspective but also from a professional networking perspective down the road. UCO also draws in a multitude of non-traditional students, and I found this additive to be supportive of my growth and learning, both as a student and as a citizen of the local community. Furthermore, I cannot say enough about the level of diversity at UCO. The international student population is vast, and I will never forget the multicultural exposure this afforded me. Overall, I would not trade those four years spent there for anything. I have never looked back and regretted or second-guessed my time there. I would recommend UCO to anyone.
University of Central Oklahoma gave me an opportunity to learn with and from people from all backgrounds. There were dozens of leadership and service organizations for me to be apart of to help me grow and to prepare for life after college. I am a proud Broncho alum!
The University of Central Oklahoma is a fabulous school if you're pursuing a degree in Education. They have a beautiful education building, helpful instructors and staff, and the students become life long friends. I highly recommend this amazing university!
My University of Oklahoma education was the best experience of my life. I attained a degree in Biology and a minor in Psychology. The level of instruction and diversity of classes offered was excellent. The University offers a wide range of financial assistance, free tutoring, and extra-curricular activities and opportunities for students. For example, I participated in one program in which I worked a 6 month internship during school where I helped design and patent a surgical tool. That was just one of many enriching and varied opportunities I was able to capitalize on. At OU, you feel like part of a community, and that community truly supports each and every student.
UCO is THE best school in the state to study nursing! The instructors genuinely care about your learning, and the experiences that I have had in clinicals have greatly helped shape my current practice. The curriculum at UCO will also prepare you for leadership positions as well as graduate school.
This college is known in Oklahoma for having the only recognized forensic science program and it's super awesome nursing program . It's in a small town, but the college is a bit large. We have a lot of international students here, that go on and do well in their future careers. We also have a lot of student life activities where volunteering int he community is a must. The teachers' doors are alway open. I loved my science professors, they were really open to discussing any problems you may have.
I absolutely loved my experience at the University of Oklahoma. I received a quality education that I feel has prepared me very well for medical school and I made a ton of life long friends along the way. The professors are absolutely amazing and all are very willing to work with you to help you through the courses and help prepare you for life after college.
Like many four year universities, you have to find your niche. Luckily, my niche was in my department. I loved my department from the coursework to the professors. The school itself is welcoming to international students. There is also many chances for students to get involved in student groups. I would recommend it, plus it's easier on the wallet than other Oklahoma schools.