News - COVID-19

January 12, 2022 • Posted in , ,

Updated Mask Requirements for Spring 2022

As covid-19 numbers continue to rise in Johnson County and around the country, Ozarks has implemented a mask mandate for all students, staff, and faculty. This means that in all indoor public spaces on campus, everyone will be required to wear a mask.  Students will not be required to wear their masks in their resident […]

Elodi Jaoubin
February 25, 2021 • Posted in , , , ,

Business Students Collaborate with Paris College on Food Industry Project

Twenty University of the Ozarks business students are putting their classroom knowledge and experience to work this semester on a cross-cultural project to help the food industry navigate the Covid pandemic. The Ozarks students, who are in an upper level special studies elective in the Business Administration program, are collaborating with college students from the […]

Alumni Speakers
January 21, 2021 • Posted in , ,

Alumni Featured in Covid Panel Discussion on Jan. 28

Alumni Featured in Covid Panel Discussion on Jan. 28 The University of the Ozarks Office of Alumni Engagement will present a virtual panel discussion on the Covd-19 pandemic at 6 p.m. on Thursday, Jan. 28. The panel will include two U of O alumni — Dr. Cori Dyson ’97 and Dr. Ross Halsted ’05. The […]

July 27, 2020 • Posted in ,

U of O Announces Revised Fall Semester Calendar

University of the Ozarks has announced a revised academic calendar for the 2020 Fall Semester that will end face-to-face classes on Nov. 20. The change is part of the University’s ongoing efforts to mitigate the risks involved with the COVID-19 pandemic. Ozarks will begin the Fall 2020 semester as scheduled, on Tuesday, Aug. 25. The […]

Campus in the Spring
June 15, 2020 • Posted in

Campus Update

The task force charged with guiding the University through its reopening process continues to meet and provide guidelines for the University community as we prepare for the 2020 Fall Semester. Here are some updates from the task force: Robson Library will be closed throughout the summer and will not be accessible until the start of […]

May 13, 2020 • Posted in ,

University Plans for In-Person Classes in Fall

University of the Ozarks is planning to hold in-person classes in the fall, President Richard Dunsworth said this week. Dunsworth said the University will continue to monitor the Covid-19 pandemic crisis throughout the summer and will have contingency plans in place for the fall semester if they are needed. “Our plan right now is to […]