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Microsoft Office 365 Pro Plus is available for UCO students at no cost
Provides details about UCO's policy and recommendations for password security.
To enhance security all UCO faculty, students and staff are required to change their UCO password every 90 days. You may change your password at any time, but if 90 days have passed since it was last changed, you will be prompted to change it. This will be enforced by using an alert mechanism in UCONNECT.
UCONNECT is the university portal for students, faculty and staff. Access to UCONNECT requires a UCO username and password.
UCO email provided for students and alumni is powered by Google and is the official communications messaging system. Central has partnered with Google to offer an email service that includes email processing, spam filtering, and storage while still using the uco.edu domain.
To enhance security all UCO faculty, students and staff are required to change their UCO password every 90 days. You may change your password at any time, but if 90 days have passed since it was last changed, you will be prompted to change it. This will be enforced by using an alert mechanism in UCONNECT.
The Learning Center is your first stop for on-campus continuing education opportunities available to UCO staff and faculty.
The UCONNECT overview guide provides overall information to all services within UCONNECT including how to customize and navigate each tab in UCONNECT.
Central Directory profiles are a resource created to house faculty and staff information in a central location at www.uco.edu/centraldirectory. Learn more about how to create your profile and view or download the Central Directory Profiles Guide.
UCO uses the Cisco IP Phone 8851 as the default phone for all Faculty/Staff.
This article provides a basic overview the Brightspace (D2L) ePortfolio tool available to all UCO students and instructors.
Access to UCO IT systems and software must be requested via the Employee Security Access Form
FAQs for My Degree Plan. My Degree Plan is an individualized degree audit for students using their specific major and catalog year.
This article contains the frequently asked questions regarding the Central Tech Store.
The University of Central Oklahoma’s Office of Information Technology has entered into an agreement with Apple to provide an Apple Authorized Campus Store. To assist the University in meeting it contractual requirements with Apple, a procedure for UCO purchases of Apple products and services has been created.
UCO currently has 7 computer labs available for student use.
Provides general Library Computer Lab information including: hours of operation, softwares installed, lab location and other details relevant. The Library Computer Lab is located in the Max Chambers Library.
Your UCO username is the gateway to most UCO services, such as UCONNECT, D2L, Email, etc. The format is typically your first initial then your last name and may be followed by a number.
Qualtrics Survey Suite is a powerful research tool available that will enable you to construct surveys, distribute them to your respondents, report on your results, and more. For more information on how to log into Qualtrics, download the PDF Guide.
The University of Central Oklahoma has the responsibility for securing its computing and networking systems (both academic and administrative) against unauthorized access, while making the systems accessible for legitimate academic and administrative uses.
Provides general Digital Den computer lab information including: hours of operation, softwares installed, lab location and other details relevant. The Digital Den is located in the Nigh University Center
The Office of Information Technology is committed to protecting the University of Central Oklahoma; its students, faculty and staff; and its partners from knowingly or unknowingly using technology illegally or through damaging actions. The complete list of policies, guidelines, and procedures regarding the protection and security of technological information that will serve as the University’s standards is listed within this article.