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4 College Freshman

Campus Quality: The library is totally amazing. The mall, or the green space, is really well kept. There are lobbies in every dorm for hanging out. There are study rooms and the gym seems to be nice.

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5 College Junior

Campus Quality: The professors are great. Some are harder than others but at a school like Ozarks when you are encouraged to push past your comfort zone and do the best you can, it's nice having a professor that is also a good friend. They have a great open door policy and are truly dedicated to the students success inside and outside of the classroom.

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3 College Junior

Campus Quality: Our Campus – The campus at the University is small but very pretty. However the gym is extremely old as well are the wooden and concrete bleachers. The floor has many dead spots and we have a lot of glitches with the score board and shot clock, the student center was recently improved with new couches and a larger tv. A new fitness center with a weight room and aerobics room was added which cost a lot of money resulting in a major tuition raise. The library is the nicest part of campus however not many students speed very much time there. The gym that is used very frequently is the most need renevation. The campus offers a variety of different activities from different ethnicities and genders. There are many functions that students have opportunities to attend.

4 College Student

Campus Quality: Everyone is so helpful and willing to show were to find books you need. They never make you wait. Love it.

4 College Freshman

Campus Quality: There are a bunch of academic programs available, more than any school that I know of. Even though there is much diversity here on campus, everyone gets along. Not only are the students nice, but the faculty is nice as well. The president, Dr. Niece, and his wife are the nicest people that I have met on this campus and the professors are all so friendly and willing to help the students succeed. The campus is close to all the buildings, the dorms, and the athletic fields. It's very convenient to walk around. The cafeteria food is not the best, but we have another place we can get food at the Eagles Nest. The Seay Student Center is the place where a lot of students hang out and where we can get out mail. Our bookstore is located here, too.

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For most of the academic year, the University's campus is gorgeous. Trees and flowers are planted each season, and the lawn is maintained daily. The University of the Ozarks campus is aesthetically pleasing to the students, faculty, and staff. The facilities strive to be state-of-the-art. The Jones Learning Center, the Seay Student Center, and Student Support Services provide excellent places for students to get help with homework, hang out with friends, and get an occasional snack/meal. Basketball, cross country, soccer, softball, and tennis facilities at or near campus are furbished nicely with great equipment, excellent floors and fields, and accessible practice areas for athletes.

None of the facilities on campus are brand-new, but they are not so old that they already need repairs. The University's recent renovations include construction on the Seay Student Center, with office additions and a workout center for students. Robson Library is fairly new, and students have access to thousands upon thousands of books, along with hundreds of free databases to assist with the many research papers students will write during their four years at U of O. While the University does not have a lot for students to do on campus, students seem to have fun no matter what.

Facts & Statistics

Service & Maintenance Staff
Campus Size
30 acres
Student Centers
Seay Student Center
Campus Library?
Main Libraries
Robson Library
Popular Places to Chill
  • The computer lab
  • Dorms or apartments
  • Robson Library
  • Students' hometown
Bar on Campus
No, but there is a place in town students go to drink at called Crosswoods.
Bowling on Campus
No, but in town there is a bowling alley called Sherwood Bowl.
Coffeehouse on Campus
The Eagle's Nest and The Seay Student Center provide coffee drinks and other snacks to students.
Movie Theater on Campus
No, but in town there is a movie theater called Clarksville Cinema.
"Green" Initiatives
Recycling is a major part of campus. In about every building, there are recycling bags/containers for paper, plastic, old books and magazines, and of course there are trash cans to keep the campus beautiful. Planet Club, along with other organizations on campus, always get together annually to celebrate Earth Day by planting trees and inviting speakers to the chapel. Also, an Earth Day essay contest is held once a year for students. To show off green creativity, the Strategic Communication Club (SCM Studio) and the Art Club feature a recycled art contest.
School Slang
  • Caf: The Seay Student Center Cafeteria
  • Robson: Robson Library
  • Walton: The Walton Fine Arts Center
  • Falstaff: Every year, a group of students gets together and creates a literary magazine of poetry, prose, photography, and artwork from other students on campus.
  • Family Weekend: Family Weekend is always one of the highlights of the year. It's a weekend of fun, food, entertainment, and relaxation, a time for students to have their family on campus and show them what Ozarks hospitality is all about. Family Weekend is typically scheduled for sometime around the beginning of October.
  • Freshman Orientation: All first-year freshmen go through the task of meeting teachers, new classmates, joining clubs, and basically learning everything there is to know about the University of the Ozarks. This experience is pretty exciting.
  • Project Poet: Every fall semester, students compete against one another in writing poetry. It's really fun and interesting what gets submitted and who wins in the end.
Urban Legends
  • The bottom of Walton Arts Center is haunted.
  • The chapel is very haunted, and there are some odd occurrences that happen in the building.
  • There is a little ghost girl haunting Walker Hall.
Favorite Things To Do
Students on campus love to hang out with friends. Whether they are hanging out with a specific organization, studying, or at someone's dorm/apartment, everyone has a good time. People also like to go out to eat, watch a movie, or go to another nearby city to have fun. On the weekends, students go to concerts or drive home to see their families, too. Also, there are some organizations that go on trips and hold special events to keep students entertained.
Student Newspaper
The Mountain Eagle
Clubs and Organizations on Campus
The University of the Ozarks has a wide variety of clubs and organizations. The University-sponsored organizations, religious organizations, theater and musical groups, academic organizations, and some of the special interest groups have the most active participation on campus. Whether it's involvement with the honor societies or the recreational organizations, there is always something for students to do on campus. The majority of the student population is a part of two or more clubs and organizations. For students to create an organization or club, it's quite simple, as long as the students go through the proper process and send in the legislation to SGA (Student Government Association).
Student Activities Offered
  • Campus ministries
  • Choral groups
  • Drama/theater
  • International student organization
  • Literary magazine
  • Radio station
  • Student government
  • Student-run film society
  • Television station
  • Yearbook
Air Force ROTC: No
Navy ROTC: No
Army ROTC: No
Did You Know?
The campus offers a 24-hour computer lab in Robson Library.

Student Polls

Rate the campus facilities in the following areas    Based on 22 responses

Very poor
  • Athletics/recreation
  • Classrooms
  • Computer labs
  • Dining
  • General aesthetics/architecture of campus
  • "Green" buildings/initiatives
  • Housing
  • Lawns/green space
  • Library
  • Modernity of facilities
  • Performing arts
  • Science/research labs
  • Student center
  • Study spots
  • Visual arts (work spaces, galleries)

What is your overall opinion of your school and the campus community?    Based on 16 responses

  • 12% I love everything about my school and have a lot of campus pride.
  • 81% I like mostly everything about my school, but there are some things I wish were different.
  • 6% The school community is okay-we're all just here for an education, nothing more.
  • 0% I hate my school and have no school spirit.


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