College of Fine Arts and Design

Music Campus

The School of Music has two main buildings/locations: the Music Building and the UCO Jazz Lab. Additionally we have performance venues in Mitchell Hall and the Center for Transformative Learning.

Music Building

Mailing Address:
School of Music, Box 179
University of Central Oklahoma
100 N. University Dr. Edmond, OK 73034

Physical Address/Campus Location:
The School of Music lies at the heart of the UCO campus just South of Plunkett Park and West of the Nigh University Center. For more directions, please visit this map of the UCO campus.

School of Music Phone:
(405) 974 5749

The School of Music was built in 1952. It is equipped Smart Boards or Apple TVs in six classrooms (101, 104, 105, 111, 114, and 135). Room 101 also serves as a small Recital Hall with 69 seats.  The Music Building has fourteen practice rooms. Three of which are Wenger sound isolation V-Rooms outfitted with Virtual Acoustic Environment technology and can be found on the lowest level. Eleven of these are on the upper level. Six of the practice rooms have grand pianos and 5 of the rooms have upright pianos. The School of Music is proud to have all Steinway pianos in the piano major practice rooms.


The UCO Jazz Lab

Mailing Address Only:
University of Central Oklahoma
School of Music, Attn: (insert name here)
100 North University Drive
Edmond, OK 73034

Physical Address:
University of Central Oklahoma Jazz Lab
100 East Fifth Street
Edmond, OK 73034
**Please Note: Faculty & Staff do not receive mail at this physical address.

Jazz Lab Phone:
(405) 359 7989

The UCO Jazz Lab serves three primary functions. As an Education facility for the jazz studies program, as a community focused live music venue and as a place to learn, write and record music. The Jazz Lab is a world-class entertainment venue featuring a relaxed atmosphere styled after jazz clubs in New Orleans! Every week the Jazz Lab features live entertainment with food and beverages provided by Hideaway Pizza. The Lab also houses a 9 foot Steinway D piano and hosts the Faculty Artist Concert Series on Tuesday and Sunday nights.

The Lab is home to the Jazz Lab Recording Studio. This fully state of the art facility is being utilized for educational endeavors and professional audio/video production, mastering and duplication. Fully redesigned and upgraded in the summer of 2011, the UCO Jazz Lab Recording Studio is a state-of-the-art facility combining educational endeavors with the highest quality professional tracking, mixing, mastering and duplication of all types of commercial audio products. We have recently completed a major rebuild of our facility with upgrades that provide our students and commercial clients with the best equipment available anywhere in Oklahoma. Call us to schedule a tour of the facility. Please click here to visit the UCO Jazz Lab's site.


Mitchell Hall

Mitchell Hall Theatre, Central’s performing arts venue since 1926, showcases the College of Fine Arts and Design's Department of Theatre Arts, Department of Dance, and the UCO School of Music’s theatrical productions and concerts. Each year, many talented and award-winning student actors, singers, dancers, and musicians are featured on our stage. Mitchell Hall also houses a 9 foot Steinway Model D piano.

Mitchell Hall was the first of three auditoriums designed by the architectural firm of Layton & Smith in Central Oklahoma and built by Homboe Construction Company (the other two are at Oklahoma City University and Oklahoma Baptist University). The building, dedicated in June 29, 1926, was built at a cost of $130,000 and was named in honor of Central’s president at the time, John G. Mitchell. For more information on Mitchell Hall, please click here to visit the Mitchell Hall website.



Center for Transformative Learning (CTL)

The CTL is located to the west of the Liberal Arts building off of Baumann Rd. The building contains classrooms, common areas, and the Radke Fine Arts Theatre. This hall is the primary location for student recitals. The hall has two dressing rooms and also houses a 9 foot Steinway Model D piano.