College Sophomore 2013-09-17T05:04:39Z
The locals are very welcoming toward the students and try very hard to get to know you. The Edmond area is close enough to Oklahoma City and offers a lot of places to see and visit for students if school activities are not busy enough. The zoo is nearby and the mall is not far from campus. There is a dollar theater if you are looking for cheap options.
College Sophomore 2013-05-29T17:45:52Z
OC is located in the middle of Edmond, Ok and it isn't very far from Oklahoma City or Moore. There is plenty of shopping centers, movie theaters, swimming pools, and even parks and play grounds. The local attitude towards the students is normal, they are warm and inviting and they can tell when you are in a rush to get stuff done. There is plenty to do if you are willing to spend the money on it.
College Sophomore 2013-02-28T02:47:10Z
There are few shopping malls, not so much to do during the weekend.
College Sophomore 2013-02-17T05:24:50Z
Edmond is a hoping town! There are lots of restaurants and shopping malls around town that are fun during the day, but don't stay open too late. Oklahoma City is so close that it is easy to go to a Thunder game or a night on the town with just a quick drive. UCO is also in Edmond which does have a lot more of a "college" feel with partying and greek life.
College Senior 2013-01-05T16:02:19Z
Oklahoma City is large enough to have an array of things to do and local employment opportunities, but small enough to be navigable. Culturally, the city is somewhat homogeneous but is becoming more diverse due to rapid growth. The location of campus on the North Side/Edmond area places it in a very safe area of town. The city is large enough that there is no strong opinion of students, as they are only a tiny fraction of the overall population.
Sorry, there are no reviews.