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Hallowed halls

“We’re still finalizing the total project cost, but we anticipate that amount is correct,” Snavely says. “All the money will be raised through fundraising dollars and private donations.” The first graduation ceremony in the historic high school was held in 1910. Construction was not complete at the time, but the building was sufficient for classes

OCU selects contractor for law school building

Anderson & House Inc. was the original builder of Central High and worked to repair the building after it was damaged in the 1995 federal building bombing. The firm again will have the chance to work on the building as it is converted back from office space to an educational use. “We are excited to

Law shift

To remedy its problem, Devon constructed a $750 million headquarters Downtown. OCU Law found its answer in the former Central High School, which it purchased for $10 million in December. The law school currently occupies about 110,000 square feet in four buildings on the OCU campus. The new building has 177,296 square feet. “For several

OCU law school gets OK to move downtown

OCU officials announce moving its law school downtown The purchase offer to the owner, American Farmers & Ranchers Mutual Insurance Co., was accepted in early September. A 60-day due diligence period began then while university officials made sure the deal made sense – both financially and in the facilities available. The university plans to begin

Oklahoma City University names enrollment services VP

Windholz will assume the role May 29. “Kevin Windholz brings experience in domestic and international recruitment and tremendous energy to our vibrant enrollment services program,” Henry said. Windholz spent the last five years as associate director of admission for Saint Louis University. He previously worked in admissions at Washburn University in Topeka, Kan. He holds

OCU names new law school dean

OCU officials announced Dec. 5 that after a yearlong, nationwide search, Federal Magistrate Judge Valerie Couch has been selected as the new dean of the law school, and the first woman to hold that post. But she is no stranger to OCU. “She has been involved with our law school as an adjunct faculty member