New Orange Power Pass Encourages Students to Get Involved,
students now have one more reason to get involved on campus.
OSU-Tulsa is launching the Orange Power Pass,
a program that rewards students for participating in university
activities, visiting various places around campus, enrolling
early and working with their academic advisors.
The more activities students complete, the more points they
earn toward rewards. The rewards range from OSU water bottles
and coolers to portable DVD players and Netbooks.
Students can attend one of five on-campus New
Student Orientation sessions to learn about the new Orange
Power Pass program. Participants could win two tickets
to the OSU vs. Washington State football game on Sept. 4.
OSU-Tulsa Student Participates in Announcement of Drunk
Ferguson, political science senior and Student Government
Association vice-president, helped local law enforcement officers, including OSU-Tulsa Sgt. Montie Burchett,
announce the “Drunk Driving, Over the Limit. Under Arrest”
campaign on Wednesday at OSU-Tulsa.
The purpose of the campaign, which will run tomorrow, Aug. 20 through Monday, Sept. 6, is to raise awareness about the risks of driving while impaired. Area police officers will increase traffic enforcement
activities with an emphasis on speeding and drunk drivers
through the Labor Day weekend.
Ferguson spoke at the announcement to help
raise awareness for younger drivers, who are at a higher possibility
of death because of risk impaired driving.
Parking at OSU-Tulsa
As new and returning students make their way
to campus next week, remember that most parking spaces at
OSU-Tulsa are open and available for student parking. OSU-Tulsa
does not distribute parking permits and students are not required
to register their vehicles with OSU-Tulsa Police. Check the
Map to view available parking on campus.