Coronavirus updates to keep our campus informed, safe and healthy.

OC Responds to COVID-19

Love Your Neighbor is always considering the wellness of one another over inconvenience to self. Eagles working together to create a community of health and safety.

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Per­son­al Health Plan

Students, faculty, staff and campus visitors will commit to safety practices to Love Your Neighbor well, always considering the wellness of one another over inconvenience to self. Updated July 28.

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Cam­pus Cleaning

Healthy distancing in shared campus spaces and increased cleanliness and sanitation protocols are in place to implement CDC best practice guidelines as OC's COVID-19 Task Force works to ensure the health and safety of all Eagles. Updated July 28.

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COVID-19 Task Force

President John deSteiguer and leading infectious disease expert Dr. Jeff McCormack discuss task force plans for the health and safety of Eagles who return to campus in August.

Encour­age­ment from Friends

Love and support for OC are pouring in from friends everywhere. Here are three extra special messages! A sweet love note to OC from Jen Hatmaker, Rick Atchley talks about anxiety while social distancing, and Oklahoma Senator James Lankford tells of a memorable Easter.

Jen Hatmaker

COVID-19 Frontlines

Panic, fear and anxiety permeated hospital culture before our first COVID-19 patient arrived. Now nurses, doctors and staff have unified to have each other's backs. Ultimately, our goal is to see our patients get better.

Anna Dindak|'19 alum / COVID-19 Nurse|Dallas Ft. Worth Hospital
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