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August 2010

Southeastern Ranks Seventh in the Nation in Native American Graduates

Southeastern Oklahoma State University has again earned high marks from "Diverse Issues In Higher Education" magazine.

Families Sample Colleges Through GEAR UP College Awareness

Guaranteed EducationIncoming high school freshmen got a head start previewing colleges by attending the K20 Center’s GEAR UP summer programs. In the past month, the K20 Center has organized more than a dozen college immersion opportunities for students and their families.

 

Energy Savings Allow OSU to Open New Buildings Without Increasing Utility Budget

Multi-million dollar energy savings over the last year through Oklahoma State University’s conservation program have enabled the university to open five new buildings on the Stillwater campus without increasing the overall maintenance and operation budget.

NSU, TCC Partner to Offer Health Care Administration Degree

Nursing ProgramBeginning this fall, students at Tulsa Community College can take all required courses within Northeastern State University's health care administration bachelor's degree program on the TCC metro campus.

Oklahoma Campus Compact Awarded AmeriCorps Grant

Oklahoma Campus Compact will receive a $187,265 AmeriCorps grant in partnership with Washington Campus Compact to continue and expand Students in Service, a part-time AmeriCorps program. AmeriCorps is a program of the Corporation for National and Community Service.

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