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November-December 2017

Former Seminole State College Presidents Honored by OACC

Seminole State College presidents.Former Seminole State College Presidents Dr. Jim Cook and Dr. Jim Utterback were recently inducted into the Oklahoma Association of Community Colleges (OACC) Hall of Fame.

OSU-OKC Named Top College to Compete For National Educational Prize

A graduation rate that has more than doubled and one of the state’s highest mid-career salaries for graduates have landed Oklahoma State University-Oklahoma City among America’s top 150 community colleges eligible to compete for the prestigious $1 million Aspen Prize for Community College Excellence.

Rose State Opens New Learning Resource Center

With the many pressures that college students face, the one thing they shouldn’t have to worry about is finding a quiet place to study on campus.

UCO Awarded Two U.S. Department of Education Grants Totaling $2.48 Million to Serve Metro Students

In support of the University of Central Oklahoma’s ongoing efforts to provide accessible higher education opportunities for underrepresented and disadvantaged populations, the U.S. Department of Education has again funded Central’s Upward Bound Math and Science program, as well as awarded the university funding from the Ronald E. McNair Postbaccalaureate Achievement Program, also known as the McNair Scholars Program.

Tulsa Achieves: A Decade of Providing a College Path For More Than 17,000 Students

Tulsa Community College campus.Tulsa Community College’s Tulsa Achieves has provided a path to college for 17,722 students in the past 10 years including Tracey Medina Morales. As a first generation college student, she credits
Tulsa Achieves as the reason she attended college.

OneNet's Connection to Pacific Wave Enhances Scientific Collaborations for Oklahoma's Research Institutions

With support from the National Science Foundation’s International Research Network Connections (NSF IRNC) program, OneNet will be directly connected to the Pacific Wave International Exchange and its peering and high-performance, scientific networks.

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