The University of Central Oklahoma (UCO) is very popular for its advance programs and ever-increasing successful records from its commencement. As a former student of UCO and the company founder and CEO of Paycom, chad richison donated $10 million to the UCO for improving and expanding the Broncho athletics. This donation was mainly for upgrading the football facilities of the Broncho in particular extra stadium seating, a new video board, a waterfall feature, and a new name for the stadium of the school: Chad Richison Stadium.
The best-in-class improvements
Richison is a 1993 graduate of UCO. The donation from him spends to baseball projects, development of the field house of the school and building the sports performance center for coaches and student athletes. This donation is large and really helpful a lot to renovate the south and east sides of the stadium as per requirements. This donation is also used for new turf and other purposes associated with the renovation of the stadium. This stadium will be named for Richison. If there are more than 1,900 seats in the east side of this stadium, then the total capacity will be increased to almost 12,000. There will be new seating in the upper level with a concourse especially restrooms, concessions and new ticket office.
Chad Richison is one of the highest paid CEOs of America. He is dedicated to enhancing every aspect of his business and fulfilling ever-increasing requirements of clients worldwide. He has given $25 million so far for improvement projects to the athletic department of the UCO. The UCO will rename their athletic facilities complex as the “Chad Richison Sports Complex.”
The role of Richison
The downtown arena of the Oklahoma City Thunder renamed as Paycom Center. Richison is very passionate regarding higher education and collegiate athletics. He appreciated the overall experience he had at this popular university. He hopes his gift to the UCO inspires others to achieve something they may not have dreamed so far possible. He was a member of wrestling team of UCO in the early 1990s. He was inducted into the Hall of Fame in this school in 2014. He helped to fund an extra to the Hamilton Field House in 2019. Today, this wrestling house is one among the largest wrestling rooms in the country along with spacious practice areas and lounges as expected by sports persons of the country.