Oklahoma Higher Education Campus E-Clips sponsored by the Communicators Council

May 2012

State Regents Recognize Institution, Business Partnerships

Twenty-six business and higher education partnerships throughout the state were recently recognized for their innovative collaborations that further the education of Oklahoma’s workforce.

SWOSU Notifies Students of Financial Aid Changes Impacting Students and Families

Several changes that impact student financial aid eligibility at universities across the nation as well as Oklahoma laws affecting college students in Oklahoma are starting to take effect, and Southwestern Oklahoma State University’s Office of Student Financial Services in Weatherford is helping to notify area residents of these changes.

NEO Launches New Website

Randy Beutler Photo

Officials at Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College, (NEO) are pleased to announce the launch of their new and improved website: http://www.neo.edu/. The new site will officially launched at the end of April and features a new design with a fresh look, and is more focused on the users' needs.

$1 Million Gift Establishes Scholarship Endowment for Female OU Journalism Students in Gaylord College Randy Beutler Photo

Sometimes a simple act can have a far-reaching impact. Mildred Nichols Hamilton knew this well. The 1943 University of Oklahoma journalism alumna challenged the convention of her time when she broke the all-male barrier in the Oklahoma Memorial Stadium press box by taking a seat reserved for The Oklahoma Daily’s editor, a position she held in the fall of 1943. A simple act, perhaps, but its impact would ripple across generations of women studying journalism at OU.

Aspen Institute Names NOC as One of the Nation’s Best Community Colleges

The Washington-based Aspen Institute announced that Northern Oklahoma College (NOC) has been selected as one of the top 120 community colleges in the nation and the only one in Oklahoma.

House Votes to Change Name of Ardmore Higher Education Center

Legislation approved today by the Oklahoma House of Representatives would change the name of the Ardmore Higher Education Center to the University Center of Southern Oklahoma.

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