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The functions of the 12 public community colleges are (1) to provide general education for all students; (2) to provide education in several basic fields of university-parallel study for those students who plan to transfer to a senior institution and complete a bachelor's degree; (3) provide one- and two-year programs of technical and occupational education to prepare individuals to enter the labor market; (4) provide programs of remedial and developmental education for those whose previous education may not have prepared them for college; (5) provide both formal and informal programs of study especially designed for adults and out-of-school youth in order to serve the community generally with a continuing education opportunity; (6) carry out programs of institutional research designed to improve the institutions' efficiency and effectiveness of operation; and (7) participate in programs of economic development with research or regional universities toward the end that the needs of each institution's geographic service area are met.

President Jay Falkner
Carl Albert State College
1507 S. McKenna
Poteau, OK 74953-5208
918.647.1216 (fax)

B.B.A., emphasis in Human Resources Management, Northeastern State University
M.Ed., East Central University
Ed.D. (ABD), University of Arkansas

Previous Positions:
Associate Vice President of Enrollment Management, Carl Albert State College
Director of Title III & Enrollment and Retention, CASC
Coordinator of the University Center, Scholars Program, Student Conduct, Intramural Sports and Upward Bound, CASC
Facilitator, College Strategies Program, Northeastern State University
Interviewer, Redmen Ambassadors and Honors Program, NSU
Recruiter, NSU

Date Assumed Presidency: July 2016

President Ron Ramming
Connors State College
700 College Road
Warner, OK 74469-2204
918.463.2233 (fax)

A.S., Connors State College
B.S., Agriculture (Animal Science), Oklahoma State University
M.S., Agriculture, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Ph.D., Agricultural Education/Higher Education Administration, OSU

Previous Positions:
Senior Vice President for Academic and Student Affairs, CSC, 2014-16
Vice President of Academic Affairs, CSC, 2012-14
Vice President of Enrollment Management and Student Services, CSC, 2009-12
Dean of Enrollment Services, CSC, 2004-09
Director of Distance and Extended Education, CSC, 1998-2004
Agricultural Instructor and Assistant Livestock Judging Team Coach, CSC, 1990-98

Date Assumed Presidency: June 2016

President Janet Wansick
Eastern Oklahoma State College
1301 W. Main
Wilburton, Oklahoma 74578-4999
918.465.2431 (fax)

B.S., Mathematics, East Central University
M.S, Secondary Education, ECU
Ed.D., Higher Education Administration, Oklahoma State University

Previous Positions:
Vice President for Academic Affairs, Connors State College, 2017-20
Vice President for Academic Affairs, EOSC, 2015-17
Associate Vice President of Academic Affairs/Director of Institutional Research, EOSC, 2013-15
Dean, McAlester Campus, EOSC, 2011-13
Chair, Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, ECU, 2007-11

Date Assumed Presidency: July 2020

President Timothy Faltyn
Murray State College
One Murray Campus
Tishomingo, OK 73460-3137
580.371.0300 (fax)

A.A., Liberal Arts, Albuquerque Technical Vocational Institute (New Mexico)
B.A., Public Service, University of Central Oklahoma
M.Ed., Public Service, UCO
Ed.D., Higher Education, Oklahoma State University

Previous Positions:
President, Oklahoma Panhandle State University, 2016-22
President, Connors State College, 2011-16
Vice President of Academic Affairs, Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College, 2009-11
Assistant Vice President of Academic Affairs, OSU-Oklahoma City, 2006-09
Division Head of Arts and Sciences, OSU-OKC, 2001-09
Department Head of Social Sciences, OSU-OKC, 1999-2001
Public Service Faculty, OSU-OKC, 1997-99

Date Assumed Presidency: February 2022

President Kyle Stafford
Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College
200 “I” Street, N.E.
Miami, OK 74354-6497
918.542.9759 (fax)

B.S., Health, Physical Education and Recreation, Southeastern Oklahoma State University
M.Ed.., Public School Administration, SEOSU
Ed.D., Northcentral University (virtual)

Previous Positions:
Vice President of University Advancement, SEOSU, 2015-20
Executive Director, University Advancement, SEOSU, 2008-15
Dean, Enrollment Management and Marketing, SEOSU, 2017-08
Director, Admissions and Recruitment Services, SEOSU, 2002-07
Recruiting Coordinator/Admissions Counselor, SEOSU, 2000-02
Admissions Counselor, SEOSU, 1999-2000

Date Assumed Presidency: January 2020

President Clark Harris
Northern Oklahoma College
1220 E. Grand
P.O. Box 310
Tonkawa, OK 74653-0310
580.628.6209 (fax)

B.S., Agricultural Education, Kansas State University
M.S., Adult and Occupational Education, KSU
Ph.D., Career and Technical Education, University of Missouri

Previous Positions:
Vice President of Academic Affairs and Special Assistant to the President, Laramie County Community College (Wyoming)
Dean of Technology, Mott Community College (Michigan)

Date Assumed Presidency: July 2021

President Mautra Jones
Oklahoma City Community College
7777 S. May Ave.
Oklahoma City, OK 73159-4444
405.686.1159 (fax)

B.A, Journalism, University of Oklahoma
M.B.A, University of Phoenix at San Diego
Ed.D., Education, Vanderbilt University

Previous Positions:
Vice President of Institutional Advancement and External Affairs,
Langston University
Executive Director, LU Foundation
Site Administrator, LU’s Oklahoma City campus

Date Assumed Presidency: March 2022

President Jack Bryant Jr.
Redlands Community College
1300 S. Country Club Road
El Reno, OK 73036-5300
405.422.1202 (fax)

A.A., General Studies, Connors State College
B.A., Journalism, Northeastern State University
M.Ed., Communications/Education, University of Central Oklahoma

Previous Positions:
Vice President for Workforce and Economic Development, Redlands Community College, 2004-13
Vice President for Contracted, Continuing and Online Education, RCC, 2001-04 Associate Vice Provost for Academic Affairs, Oklahoma State University-Oklahoma City, 1999-2001
Director of Student Services, Frank Phillips College, 1998-99

Date Assumed Presidency: June 2013

President Jeanie Webb
Rose State College
6420 S.E. 15th St.
Midwest City, OK 73110-2799
405.733.7399 (fax)

B.A., Social Studies Education, Northeastern State University
M.S., College Teaching/Personnel Services, NSU
Ed.D., Adult Continuing Education/Higher Education Administration, Oklahoma State University

Previous Positions:
Vice President of Student Affairs, Rose State College
Dean, Tulsa, Muskogee, and Claremore Campuses, NSU
Associate Professor of Education, NSU

Date Assumed Presidency: July 2013

President Lana Reynolds
Seminole State College
2701 Boren Blvd.
Seminole, OK 74868-0361
405.382.7912 (fax)

B.A., English, Oklahoma Christian College
M.A., Journalism, University of Oklahoma

Previous Positions:
Executive Vice President, Seminole State College, 2017
Executive Vice President for Institutional Advancement, SSC, 2012-16
Vice President for Institutional Advancement, SSC, 2005-12
Associate Vice President for Business and Community Relations, SSC, 1998-2005
Director of Public Relations and Community Services, SSC, 1995-98
Assistant to the President, SSC, 1992-94
Public Information Officer, SSC, 1987-94
Adjunct Instructor, SSC, 1984-2017

Date Assumed Presidency: July 2017

President Leigh B. Goodson
Tulsa Community College
6111 E. Skelly Dr., Suite 626
Tulsa, OK 74135-6198
918.595.7994 (fax)

B.A., Political Science, Oklahoma State University
M.S., Organizational Communication, Fort Hays State University (Kansas)
Ph.D., Educational Research and Evaluation, OSU

Previous Positions:
Vice President for Research and Institutional Advancement, OSU Center for Health Sciences and OSU-Tulsa, 2011-14
School Head, Healthcare Administration, OSUCHS, 2010-13
Vice President for Research and Institutional Advancement and Associate Dean for Graduate Studies, OSUCHS, 2008-11
Associate Professor of Osteopathic Medicine, OSUCHS, 2007-14
Vice President for Enrollment Management and External Affairs, OSUCHS, 2004-08
Assistant Professor of Osteopathic Medicine, OSUCHS, 2001-07
Associate Dean for Student Affairs, OSUCHS, 2000-04
Assistant Dean for Admission and Recruitment, OSUCHS, 1999-2000
Assistant Registrar, OSUCHS, 1998-99
Senior Academic Counselor, College of Education, OSU, 1995-98
Admissions Counselor, FHSU, 1992-95
Case Worker and Staff Assistant, U.S. Congressman Glenn English, 1990-92

Date Assumed Presidency: July 2014

President Chad Wiginton
Western Oklahoma State College
2801 N. Main
Altus, OK 73521-1397
580.477.7707 (fax)

B.B.A., Belmont University (Tennessee)
M.A.Ed., Middle Tennessee State University
Ed.D., Higher Education Leadership, Northcentral University (virtual)

Previous Positions:
Vice President for Academic and Student Support Services, Western Oklahoma State College
Dean of Academic and Student Support Services, WOSC

Date Assumed Presidency: July 2018