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Leadership Scholarship Application

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Hello Everyone,

I hope you all enjoyed your break (and snow day)!  Just wanted to send out a reminder that the Rose State College Leadership Scholarship application is now open.  The deadline for your students to apply for this scholarship is March 1st.  Your students can apply using the following link: https://www.rose.edu/content/admissions-aid/financial-aid-scholarships/scholarships/

Please encourage your rock star students to apply as soon as possible.  My team will be reaching out to you all to try to schedule visits to help promote these scholarships and all the great thing Rose offers.  We look forward to seeing you at the counselors luncheon on February 1st  If you have not registered to attend the luncheon there’s still time.  This link will take you to the registration page: https://rosestatecollege.formstack.com/forms/counselor_luncheon

Let me know if you have any questions.

 

Donnie Anderson, M.Ed.

Coordinator Future Student Relations/Engagement

Student Service Building, Rm. 107

405-736-0234

danderson@rose.edu

 

OKLAHOMA UNIVERSITY

 

Saturday was our application deadline for students to be considered for priority scholarships. Although our community service and leadership scholarships have closed, we have decided to extend our application deadline for students to be considered for academic, merit-based scholarships.

The extended deadline of Dec. 31 will allow students ample time during their winter break to submit their OU application. The only item the student must submit by Dec. 31 to be considered for these scholarships is the application.

Supporting application materials do not need to be submitted by Dec. 31 for a student to be considered for these scholarships. Students may request their transcripts from you once they return to school in January. They may also submit their ACT or SAT scores, letters of recommendation, and the application fee following the winter break. Please note that a student's application will not be reviewed for an admissions decision until all materials have been received. 

We have notified students who have not submitted an application to OU of this extended deadline. If you or your students have any questions, please contact us at (405) 325-2151 or admissions@ou.edu

Happy Holidays and Boomer Sooner!
 

 

UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL OKLAHOMA- EDMOND.

Also, please pay attention to our scholarship deadline.  It is February 1, 2019.  Please set up a calendar reminder to try and send any updated ACT scores or transcripts for your students that are interested in UCO so they will be competitive for scholarships.

 

The online scholarship application is up and running at the Eastern OK State College website.

 

Please tell all students who plan to apply for scholarships with Eastern to go to our website, www.eosc.edu, and complete an application for admission FIRST. They will then be assigned a "student ID number." That number will be used when they apply for scholarships. *Concurrent students already have an ID number.

 

Students can then click on the tab "Financial Aid & Scholarships" and proceed.

 

I strongly encourage students to read the tutorial first!!  Then follow the instructions.

Students will be asked to upload several documents during the scholarship application process.

 

The deadline to apply for scholarships is still Feb. 21. If you have questions, please contact Gail Wilson or George Larson, their contact information is provided below:

 

 

Gail Wilson, Scholarship Coordinator, gwilson@eosc.edu, 918-465-1768.

George Larson, Computer Programmer Analyst, glarson@eosc.edu, 918-465-1710.

 

As I stated before, this is new to all of us, and we will work through any issues together. 

 

Sincerely,

Karen Darby, Recruiter

Eastern OK State College

 

 

 

Dear School Administrators and Counselors:

The University of Oklahoma College of Pharmacy is excited to announce registration is now open for a FREE event for students interested in a health career, a career as a pharmacist, or becoming a researcher, and we cordially invite them to the 2nd Annual OUCOP Future PharmeRx Preview Day on Saturday, February 23, 2019 from 9:00 am-2:30 pm.

This fun event exposes middle and high school students to the possibilities of a pharmacy career through a variety of interactive experiences with our faculty, residents, graduate students, and pharmacy students.

This event will be held at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center College of Pharmacy, 1110 N Stonewall Avenue, Oklahoma City, OK 73117.

This event is open to the first 75 middle school and high school students who register by the deadline of Friday, February 8, 2019. A tentative schedule is below but this schedule is subject to change based on availability. 


Follow Us on Social Media

If you don't already, please follow us on our social media accounts by searching Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Snapchat for BeAnOSUCowboy. We update often and it's another great source of information about what's happening on campus.


Important Dates

July 1: Application opened for the high school class of 2018
Oct. 1: The FAFSA opened
Nov. 1: OSU's Early Opportunity Scholarship Deadline
Dec. 1: Housing registration opened for admitted students
Feb. 1: OSU's Priority Scholarship Deadline
Feb. 1: Registration for New Student Orientation opens
Feb. 16: Admitted Student Day
April 1: Housing selection begins for admitted students
April 13: Junior Day
July 1: OSU's Final Scholarship Deadline

 

Language Placement Test

Students who enter OSU with at least one year of high school French, German or Spanish, may take a free placement test that can allow them to receive up to six credits of language courses for free. If they have taken American Sign Language, Arabic, Chinese, Greek, Japanese, Latin or Russian, they may also receive advanced standing credit. For details, visit languages.okstate.edu/placement.

 

Cowboy Covenant

Oklahoma's Promise students may be familiar with the Cowboy Covenant program at OSU. The program gives Oklahoma's Promise students with any financial need an additional $1,000 a year for four years.

OSU is proud to lead the state in Oklahoma's Promise students. Approximately $2 million was spent on the program last year. Additional scholarship awards do not impact a student's Cowboy Covenant award. This is a great help for OSU students. Please make your students aware, if they aren't already!

 

 

Follow Us on Social Media

If you don't already, please follow us on our social media accounts by searching Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Snapchat for BeAnOSUCowboy. We update often and it's another great source of information about what's happening on campus.


Important Dates

July 1: Application opened for the high school class of 2019
Oct. 1: The FAFSA opened
Nov. 1: OSU's Early Opportunity Scholarship Deadline
Dec. 1: Housing registration opens for admitted students
Feb. 1: OSU's Priority Scholarship Deadline
Feb. 1: Registration for New Student Orientation opens
July 1: OSU's Final Scholarship Deadline

 

 

Fwd: Spring 2019 Concurrent Enrollment

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Anne Brooks

Nov 5, 2018, 5:19 PM
 
 
 
 
 
All,
Concurrent students can enroll beginning November 13th, which is open enrollment campus from 8:00-4:30. If they want to enroll at McAlester campus after that date, they must call 918.302.3607 to make an appointment. (They can call beginning the 13th). Please remind your students that their bill for the Fall semester must be paid at or below $200 in order to enroll for the Spring. This forwarded e-mail details the documents that the student are required to submit. 
We look forward to seeing everyone! Thank you for choosing Eastern!
Anne
 
---------- Forwarded message ---------
From: Jennifer Labor <jlabor@eosc.edu>
Date: Mon, Oct 22, 2018 at 8:24 AM
Subject: Spring 2019 Concurrent Enrollment
To: Sandra Robertson <srobertson@eosc.edu>, <jpoole@eosc.edu>, Kelly Bogard <kbogard@eosc.edu>, <abrooks@eosc.edu>, Nicole Faber <nfaber@eosc.edu>, Kendra L. Gross <kgross@se.edu>
Cc: Dana Lewis <dlewis@eosc.edu>
 

Enrollment for the Spring 2019 semester is quickly approaching and I want to share some information for Concurrent students. These students may enroll beginning November 13th, the first day of New Student Enrollment.

 

In order for any Concurrent student to enroll, they must have a copy of their high school schedule, a copy of their high school transcript (although it usually does not change between the Fall and Spring terms) and a new Concurrent Student Enrollment Form with the signature of one parent and the high school Principal and Counselor. These items are required each semester for all Concurrent students. Please remember that Concurrent students are now required to have a completed Concurrent Overload Request Form on file if they will be in more than 19 hours (combined high school and Eastern courses) each semester.

 

Also remember that any student that will physically be on (any) campus taking classes must now submit immunization records. If the student is currently concurrent and has already submitted their immunization records, they do not need to submit them again.

 

 

Jennifer Labor

Registrar

Eastern Oklahoma State College

Library room 108

1301 West Main

Wilburton OK 74578

918-465-1828 phone

918-465-4435 fax

 

 

 

OKLAHOMA ACADEMIC SCHOLAR RECOGNITION

Graduating Seniors who meet all of the requirements listed below shall be recognized by the local school district and the State Board of Education as an Oklahoma Academic Scholar: Accumulate over Grades 9, 10, 11 and the first semester of Grade 12, a minimum grade point average of 3.7 on a 4.0 scale or be in the top 10% of their graduating class.  Complete (or will complete) the curricular requirements for a standard dipoloma---achieve a 27 composite score on the ACT or 1220 combined reading and mathematics score on the SAT.  The ACT or SAT must have been taken on a national test date.  IF YOU QUALIFY NOTIFY MR. KELLOGG AS SOON AS THE FIRST SEMESTER GRADES ARE FINAL AND YOU QUALIFY.  EACH STUDENT WHO QUALIFIES WILL RECEIVE A CERTIFICATE OF RECOGNITION FROM THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION AND THE LOCAL HIGH SCHOOL, A GOLD SEAL AFFIXED TO THEIR DIPLOMA AND THE HONOR RECORDED ON THEIR OFFICIAL TRANSCRIPT.   SUBMISSIONS ARE DUE APRIL 30, 2019 by Mr. Kellogg. 

 

Academic Awards nominations are being accepted through an online portal at www.ofe.org in the following categories:

  1. Academic All-State, which honors 100 public high school seniors with a $1,000 merit-based scholarship. To qualify, students must meet at least one of the following requirements: a composite ACT score of at least 30; a combined SAT evidence-based reading & writing and math score of at least 1370; or be selected as a semi-finalist for a National Merit, National Achievement or National Hispanic Scholarship. Eligibility must be verified by the district superintendent or high school principal. Academic All-State nominations must be submitted by 5 p.m. Nov. 29.
     

Nominations are now being accepted for 2019 Academic All-State Scholarships honoring 100 of Oklahoma’s top public high school seniors and Oklahoma Medal for Excellence Awards recognizing five innovative public school educators.

Go to Academic All-State Nominations Guidelines and the Nomination Portal
All-State nominations must be submitted by 5 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 29.

Charles,

The University of Oklahoma is excited to announce our newest program to help make OU more affordable, Crimson Commitment. Crimson Commitment guarantees scholarships and grants to pay for tuition and average fees for an OU student who qualifies and receives Oklahoma's Promise. Please help us spread the good news with your students!

“Crimson Commitment will provide Oklahoma Promise students with a path to achieve their goal of an OU degree,” said Brad Burnett, Associate Vice President for Enrollment and Student Financial Services. “We are excited to offer more resources to qualifying Oklahomans, including both our current and prospective students."

To qualify for Crimson Commitment for the 2019-20 school year, students must:

  1. Qualify fully for Oklahoma's Promise
  2. Apply to OU by the Feb. 1 deadline
  3. Be admitted to OU as a direct from high school, first-time, full-time freshman
  4. Complete a FAFSA by Mar. 1 of their high school senior year
  5. Be enrolled as a full-time student each semester

* No separate application is needed for Crimson Commitment as long as the student applies and receives Oklahoma's Promise, and applies to OU by Feb. 1. This new program will replace Sooner Promise. Tuition and fees will vary based on a student's major. Please 

Hello from Murray State College!
 
We are looking forward to the spring semester and want you to be aware of one of our major events! On April 9th we will be having a senior preview day for all senior students! This day will be packed full of information about the college and allow students to apply and enroll in classes while on the campus that day. 
More information will come at a later date but for now mark your calendars and please share the date with your students.
 
Also, please remind your students that our scholarship application is LIVE! The application is due on February 1st. Thanksgiving or Christmas break would be a great time to fill it out!
 
Please let me know if you have any questions.
Thank you and have a great day!
Bailey McCollom
Recruitment Coordinator
Murray State College 
One Murray Campus 
Tishomingo, OK 73460
Office: (580) 387-7139
Cell: (580) 307-3849
Office Located in Student Services, 116C
 
Murray State College

 

Academic All-State Nomination Criteria

Currently enrolled Oklahoma public high school seniors who meet any one of the five criteria listed below are eligible for this award.

  • composite ACT score of at least 30
  • combined SAT Evidence-Based Reading & Writing and Math score of at least 1370
  • National Merit Scholarship Program semi-finalist
  • National Achievement Scholarship Program semi-finalist
  • National Hispanic Scholar Awards Program semi-finalist

In addition to the minimum criteria, students will be evaluated on the basis of their leadership abilities, motivation, academic achievement and character as maximized within each student’s learning environment.

 

  • The student (Nominee) initiates the nomination process by creating an account using his or her email address and a password. We encourage the school counselor/administrator to stay in communication with the student nominees in completing the nomination process.  
  • The Nominee designates individuals to submit transcripts and recommendation letters. Verification of eligibility from either the school principal or district superintendent is also required. The Nominee can monitor progress of requests to provide information and will receive a system-generated email when each third-party request has been completed.
  • T;HE DEADLINE IS NOVEMBER 29TH.  STUDENTS WHO QUALIFY SHOULD CONTACT MR. EVERETT AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.  

• The selection committee, chaired by retired Tulsa attorney Teresa B. Adwan, works independently of all other foundation activities. The committee members are a diverse group of business, education and civic leaders. Academic All-State alumni and former Medal for Excellence-winning educators also sit on the committee. 

 

CARL ALBERT STATE COLLEGE

Estimated Cost to Enroll into Typical Web Course Academic Year 2018 – 2019 Please know that the following costs are estimates only. True costs are verified by the Business Office at time of enrollment and according to the specific course a student enrolls. Tuition remains the same, but, fees will vary between on-campus or on-line courses and the type of class being taken. The following costs will provide the student with a close estimate for their planning purposes. GENERAL EDUCATION The following three courses are examples of basic general education courses that transfer to area colleges and universities and into their general education core. As seen below, the total cost for one English, History or Humanities web course is $530.75 per course. HIGH SCHOOL CONCURRENT Students who are enrolled with CASC as a high school concurrent and who are eligible for a waiver of tuition will pay only the cost of the fees ($257.00), cost of their textbook, and any other educational cost. Juniors at CASC will have 6 cr-hrs of tuition waived per semester and seniors will have their first 18 cr-hrs waived per academic year. COURSE $ Tuition $ Fee $ Total Cost ENGL 1113 Freshman Composition I 273.75 257.00 530.75 HIST 1493 American History to 1865 273.75 257.00 530.75 HUM 2113 General Humanities I 273.75 257.00 530.75 To

 

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College of the Ozarks

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College of the Ozarks
Collegeofozarks-seal.png
Motto Hard Work U
Type Private liberal arts college
Established 1906[1]
Religious affiliation
Presbyterian Church (USA)
Endowment $505 million (2018)[2]
President Jerry C. Davis[3]
Academic staff
83[1]
Administrative staff
190[1]
Students 1,433[4]
Undergraduates 1,433[4]
Address 100 Opportunity Avenue Point Lookout, MO 65726 
Tel. 1-800-222-0525 
417-334-6411

36.6181°N 93.2405°WCoordinates: 36.6181°N 93.2405°W
Campus Rural, 1,000-acre (1.6 sq mi; 404.7 ha)
Athletics NAIA  MCAC
Nickname Bobcats and Lady Cats
Affiliations
Website www.cofo.edu

College of the Ozarks is a Christian liberal-arts college, with its campus at Point Lookout near Branson and Hollister, Missouri, United States. It is 40 miles (60 km) south of Springfield on a 1,000-acre (1.6 sq mi; 404.7 ha) campus, overlooking Lake Taneycomo. The college has an enrollment of 1,425, a student-to-faculty ratio of approximately 16:1, over 30 academic majors, and degrees in Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science.[4] It is affiliated with the Presbyterian Church (USA).

The college charges no tuition for full-time students due to its student work program and donations. The program requires students to work 15 hours a week at an on-campus work station and two 40-hour work weeks during breaks. A summer work program is available to cover room and board costs.[5] The college refers to itself as "Hard Work U."[6] and places emphasis in "character" education.

Admissions

Picture yourself at Hard Work U! Take the first step by applying online now at the link below! You may submit your ACT score and other requirements after you apply for admission.

C of O students posing for a selfieApply online! Application process

Work on campus and pay no tuition.

Graduate debt-free.

Learn from professors at a prestigious Christian college.

Engage your faith as you grow in our Christian community.

Picture yourself here!

At College of the Ozarks, we're looking for good students who have financial need. If you fit that bill, you might be a good candidate for admission! The mission of this unique institution focuses on providing a Christian education to those who are found worthy, but who are without sufficient means to obtain such training. Submit applications to College of the Ozarks Admissions office. 

Admissions Office
P. O. Box 17, Point Lookout, MO  65726
417-690-2636
Fax: 417-690-2635
admissions@cofo.edu

 

 

UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL OKLAHOMA UCO—CRIMINAL JUSTICE DAY—YOU MUST REGISTER.

Good afternoon, I hope your fall semester is going well.  I just wanted to remind you that the deadline for individual and group registration for UCO Criminal Justice Day is this Friday 9/28.  If your students would like to attend, please make sure they register by Friday.Thank you to those who have already registered.

UCO CJ Day is on Friday, October 12, 2018 from 9am-2:30pm.  I hope to see you there.Sincerely,

Elizabeth Maier, Ph.D.Director, School of Criminal JusticeUniversity of Central Oklahoma100 N. University Drive Campus Box 209Edmond, OK 73034(405) 974-5504emaier@uco.edu

 
OKLAHOMA STATE UNIVERSITY INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY—OKMULGEE OK.
OSU Institute of Technology would like to invite you to CAREER ENCOUNTERS!
Are you still undecided about your college major?  Let us help narrow down your options.
Come to OSUIT and experience hands-on demonstrations, academic program activities, personal meetings with possible future employers and a chance to get to know our faculty and students on a personal level.
Career Encounters will give you the hands-on experience in the career fields you are interested in, allowing you to narrow down your options.  This event is for high school seniors, adult learners, and CareerTech students! 
Career Encounters will be held Tuesday, October 9th from 9:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on the OSUIT campus in Okmulgee, OK . Check out our SCHEDULE OF EVENTS. 
Pre-Registration is required and can be found at http://www.osuit.edu/careerencounters
If you have any questions please contact Sable Vasquez at 918-293-5218 or emailmeghan.emerson@okstate.edu

 

 

THE FOLLOWING COLLEGES OR UNIVERSITIES WILL VISIT OUR STUDENTS IN MRS PATTERSON’S CLASSROOM AT 11:20 : ROSE STATE OKC  OCT 8---EAST CENTRAL -ADA OCT 10—VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION WILL VISIT OCTOBER 30 (ALL SENIORS SHOULD ATTEND---IF YOU QUALIFY BECAUSE OF ANY DISABILITY YOU MAY HAVE---

 

CHAD CARGILLE ACT WORKSHOP IS SCHEDULED FOR OCTOBER 9, 2018—STUDENTS WILL PAY $15.00 SAVANNA SCHOOL WILL PAY THE OTHER $15.00.  CHOCTAW STUDENTS WHO ARE MEMBERS OF THE TRIBE WITH CDIB CARDS AND MEMBERS OF THE CHOCTAW STUDENT SERVICES WILL BE ABLE TO ATTEND FREE OF CHARGE—THE LIST OF APPROVED STUDENTS WILL BE GIVEN TO MRS. PATTERSON.

Other events at UCO are as follows (In addition to our Central Close Up events):

September 24, 2018       Nursing Open House October 3, 2018    Dance Shadow DayOctober 5, 2018    College of Business Spotlight October 12, 2018  Criminal Justice Spotlight and Criminal JusticeDay October 26, 2018      Mass Communication and Forensic Science Spotlight November 30, 2018        Mass Communication, Forensic Science, and Criminal Justice Spotlight (CJ will be following FS-Great Opportunity for students interested in learning about both programs!) Marcus Harman Senior Admissions Counselor University of Central Oklahoma

Email: mharman4@uco.edu Phone: 405-974-3659 Twitter: @UCOmarcus www.uco.edu

 

NORTHEASTERN OKLAHOMA STATE COLLEGE WILL BE HAVING THE NSU RIVERHAWK RALLY ON NOVEMBER 3, 2018---STUDENTS CAN DISCUSS DEGREE PROGRAMS WITH FACULTY , TAKE A CAMPUS TOUR,. LEARN MORE ABOUT NSU’S STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS, FREE LUNCH AND T-SHIRT—FREE ADMISSION TO THE NSU VS. UCO GAME. REGISTER ONLINE  at  www.nsuok.edu/riverhawkrally CHECK -IN FOR THE DAY WILL BEGIN AT 9:30 A.M.

UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL OKLAHOMA --EDMOND OK---UCO CLOSE UP FOR STUDENTS AND PARENTS. 

EAST CENTRAL ADA OKLAHOMA SENIOR DAY—OCTOBER 8----9 AM- 2 PM.  IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN BECOMING AN ECU TIGER---YOU MUST GO.  FREE T-SHIRT AND LUNCH. REGISTER AT www.ecok.edu/seniorday  apply to the college at ecok.edu  admissions@ecok.edu  580-559-5628

 

CARL ALBERT COLLEGE IN POTEAU OKLAHOMA IS OFFERING 18 WAIVED TUITION CLASSES FOR SENIORS AND 6 EACH SEMESTER FOR JUNIORS.  THE TOTAL COST FOR SIX SEMESTER HOURS  IS  MUCH LESS THAN EASTERN COLLEGE. CHECK IT OUT !!! CONTACT CARL ALBERT COLLEGE ABOUT ONLINE COURSES. 

CHAD CARGILLE ACT WORKSHOP IS SCHEDULED FOR OCTOBER 9, 2018 .  IT WILL BE HELD AT THE NEW SEMINAR ROOM AT THE KIAMICHI TECHNOLOGY CENTER.  THE COST TO STUDENTS WILL BE $15.00 AND THE SCHOOL WILL PAY THE OTHER $15.00.---CHOCTAW 11TH AND 12TH GRADE STUDENTS WILL BE ABLE TO ATTEND THE WORKSHOP FOR FREE.  CHOCTAW STUDENTS MUST SIGN UP IN MR EVERETT’S OFFICE. 

COME WITH YOUR PARENTS ON PARENT TEACHER CONFERENCE NIGHT OCT 15---WE ARE HAVING A FAFSA WORKSHOP—IT WILL TAKE BOTH OF YOU TO COMPLETE THE APPLICATION. 

THIS IS GRANT MONEY THAT WILL NOT HAVE TO BE PAID BACK  AND IT IS RENEWABLE EACH YEAR. 

University of Central Oklahoma

The combined application is for both admission & scholarship consideration. For students to be considered for scholarships, they must apply and ensure admission materials are received no later than 5 pm on February 1, 2019. Students meeting the scholarship deadline will be considered for Academic and Leadership Scholarships at Central. 

 

Elizabeth Maier EMaier@uco.edu

Hello everyone,

Just wanted to fill you in on a great event happening on September 11th.  Numerous colleges and other organizations have partnered to bring you Oklahoma College Cash Night.  Sessions include information about Oklahoma’s Promise, Oklahoma 529 Savings Plan, OCCF Scholarships, Native/Tribal resources, resources for DACA/Undocumented students, and an explanation institution, local, and national scholarships/funding available.  I’m attaching the flyer for you.  Please help you spread the word to your students and parents.

 

Donnie Anderson, M.Ed.

Coordinator Future Student Relations/Engagement

Student Service Building, Rm. 107

405-736-0234

danderson@rose.edu

Aug 22 (2 days ago)
 
 
od afternoon, I hope your school year is off to a good start.  Registration is now open for UCO Criminal Justice Day 2018 on Friday, October 12, 2018.

As you may remember, UCO Criminal Justice Day is an opportunity for high school, vo-tech, and community college students who are interested in working in criminal justice to come to UCO and learn more about the profession, our degree programs, meet criminal justice professionals, etc.

Here is a link to the webpage with more information about the event:  http://sites.uco.edu/la/criminal-justice/cjday.asp

If individual students would like to register for the free event, they can go to https://www.eventbrite.com/e/uco-criminal-justice-day-2018-tickets-39850855983?aff=es2 and sign up.

If you’d like to bring a group of 5 or more students, please let me know or email criminaljustice@uco.edu and we can send you a group registration spreadsheet.

We look forward to seeing you in Edmond in October. Sincerely,Elizabeth Maier, Ph.D.Director, School of Criminal JusticeUniversity of Central Oklahoma100 N. University DriveCampus Box 209Edmond, OK 73034

(405) 974-5504emaier@uco.edu

 

SENIORS HAVE TWO DAYS EXCUSED ABCENSES TO VISIT COLLEGES---ONE DAY EXCUSED ABCENSE FOR ENROLLEMNT---AND ONE DAY OF EXCUSED ABSCENCE FOR A RISIDUAL ACT TEST AT A COLLEGE---ALL COLLEGE TOURS MUST BE SCHEDULED IN THE COUNSELOR’S OFFICE---ALL ENROLLEMNT DAYS AND RISIDUAL ACT TESTS ALSO. 

Hi Charles,
As you head back to school, we wanted to let you know about a new event directed toward your students: Small Town Sooners, scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 15.
During this event, students will take a campus tour, hear valuable information about the admissions process, financial aid, and student life, and even have lunch in Couch Restaurants - all while engaging with current small town Sooners and learning how they can make a big impact at the University of Oklahoma. 

Please encourage your students to register for the event, and if you have any questions, please contact us at (405) 325-2151 or email admissions@ou.edu

Boomer Sooner! 
Bryson Beck
Assistant Director, Oklahoma Recruitment
bryson@ou.eduNEW CHANGES FOR OKLAHOMA’S PROMISE STUDENTS:

THE SCHOLARSHIIP WILL NO LONGER PAY FOR ZERO-CREDIT REMEDIAL COURSES IN COLLEGE

THE $100,000 AGI SECOND INCOME LIMIT WILL BE APPLIED TO EVERY OKPROMISE RECIPIENT EACH YEAR IN POSTSECONDARY EDUCATION, RATHER THAN JUST THE FRESHMEN YEAR.  STUDENTS WILL BE REQIIRED TO FILE THE FAFSA EVERY YEAR AND COULD MOVE IN AND OUT OF SCHOLARSHIP ELIGIBILITY EACH YEAR.  FOR ANY YEAR THAT THE FEDERAL ADJUSTED GROSS INCOME (AGI) OF THE STUDENT’S PARENTS EXCEEDS $100,000, THE STUDENT WILL NOT BE ELIGIBLE FOR THE AWARD THAT YEAR.  THIS CHANGE WILL APPLY TO ALL OKPROMISE COLLEGE STUDENTS IN 2018-19 AND THEREAFTER, REGARDLESS OF WHEN THE STUDENT GRADUATED FROM HIGH SCHOOL.  BEGINNING WITH OKPROMISE STUDENTS GRADUATING HIGH SCHOOL IN 2018, PAYMENT OF THE OKPROMISE SCHOLARSHIP WILL BE LIMITED TO 129 SEMESTER CREDIT HOURS IN COLLEGE.  EXCEPTIONS TO THE LIMIT MAY BE CONSIDERED FOR DEGREE PROGRAMS THAT REQUIRE MORE THAN 129 CREDIT HOURS.  THE FAMILY INCOME LIMIT AT THE TIME OF APPLICATION IN THE 8TH-10TH GRADE INCREASED FROM $50,000 TO $55,000.  THE INCOME LIMIT IS NOW BASED ON THE PARENTS’ FEDERAL ADJUSTED GROSS INCOME (AGI, RATHER THAN TOTAL TAXABLE AND NONTAXABLE  INCOME )

UPON GRADUATION FROM HIGH SCHOOL, ELIGIBLE OKPROMISE STUDENTS WHO CHOOSE TO ATTEND AN OKLAHOMA PUBLIC CAREER TECHNOLOGY CENTER WILL HAVE AN EXPANDED SELECTION  OF PROGRAMS.  CAREER TECH PROGRAMS THAT ARE ELIGIBLE FOR FEDERAL FINANCIAL AID ARE NOW ELIGIBLE FOR USE OF THE OKPROMISE SCHOLARSHIP.  

 

If one of your parents is a Veteran and, as a result of military service, is deceased or was determined to be 100% disabled, you could be receiving over $1,000 each month while you attend High School! You must be at least 18 years old to receive this money. This is known as Chapter 35 of the GI Bill. (These benefits are also available for education and training programs after high school graduation.) For more information, talk to your Guidance Counselor or contact the Oklahoma State Accrediting Agency. M  s

 
Oklahoma State Accrediting Agency Gina Wekke, Director (405) 879-9600 | oksaa@saa.ok.gov Forms available at: https://www.ok.gov/saa/SAA_Forms/index.html GI Bill ® is a registered trademark of the US Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). More informat
 
 

Good morning, Superintendents!

I wanted to share some information about Talking Leaves Job Corps with you. TLJC is for individuals 16 to 24 year olds who are needing to get their High School Diploma or GED and also a trade. TLJC is completely FREE – students can live on center, all meals are paid for, transportation is provided, they receive a small paycheck biweekly and once they do complete the program they get paid $500 to $1,000 for help with getting their first apartment or car, or whatever they may need. TLJC staff also helps them find jobs for up to two years once they graduate to make sure they are successful.  

If someone already has their HS or GED, they may still attend to become certified in a trade. The vocational tracks we offer include Office Administration, Culinary Arts, Certified Nursing Assistant, Certified Clinical Medical Assistant, Electrical Wiring and Building Construction Technology. We also help students get their Driver’s License.

We have many clubs and organizations on center and help them gain work experience through internships.

TLJC is open for ALL! An individual does not have to be Cherokee or Native American to attend.

If you have any questions or you feel that some of your students may benefit from this information please feel to contact me! I would be happy to stop by for a visit.

Thank you and have a great day! J

 

Ashlee Morton

Career Specialist

Cherokee Nation Career Services

918.453.7168 O / 918.316.0849 C / 918.458.7698 F

 

 

 

 

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A REMINDER FOR ALL OKLAHOMA’S PROMISE STUDENTS:  

OKLAHOMA’S PROMISE STUDENTS MUST COMPLETE ALL OF THE REQUIREMENTS TO BE APPROVED. OKLAHOMA’S PROMISE WILL SEND MR. EVERETT A COMPLETION SHEET THIS SUMMER THAT WILL BE RETURNED TO OKLAHOM’S PROMISE TO DETERMINE IF A STUDENT HAS COMPLETED ALL OF THE REQUIREMENTS.  

THE OVERALL GPA ON THE TRANSCRIPT MUST BE 2.5 AND THE GPA FOR ALL OF THE OKLAHOMA’S PROMISE REQUIRED COURSES MUST ALSO BE 2.5—A STUDENT MUST ALSO HAVE A GOOD ATTENDANCE RECORD, DO YOUR HOMEWORK, STAY AWAY FROM DRUGS AND ALCOHOL. DON’T COMMIT CRIMINAL OR DELINQUENT ACTS. MEET WITH A SCHOOL OFFICIAL TO GO OVER  YOUR SCHOOL WORK AND RECORDS ON A REGULAR BASIS. APPLY FOR OTHER FINANCIAL AID DURING YOUR SENIOR YEAR OF HIGH SCHOOL.

STUDENTS WHO DO NOT QUALIFY FOR OKLAHOMA’S PROMISE ARE HIGHLY REOMMENDED TO VISIT OLAHOMA HIGER EDUCATION’S COLLEGE PLANNING WEBSITE AT www.okcollegestart.org for information about additional scholarships, grants, and student loans.  Go for all of the scholarships you can before you consider taking out loans.  

OKLAHOMA’S PROMISE STUDENTS ARE REMINDED THAT IF THEY HAVE COMPLETED ALL OF THE REQUIREMENTS AND ARE APPROVED THEY WILL HAVE 3 YEARS TO BEGIN COLLEGE BUT THEY MUST COMPLETE COLLEGE WITHIN 5 YEARS ONCE THEY HAVE STARTED.    

Oklahoma’s promise will not pay for zero level courses.  

CHECK THE NEW CHANGES FOR THE OKLAOMA’S PROMISE CHANGED BY THE OKLAHOMA LEGISLATURE---INCOME HAS BEEN RAISED TO $55,000—AND THE VERY IMPORTANT THING IS THEY ALSO ARE GOING TO USE THE ADJUSTED GROSS INCOME THIS YEAR.  

IF A STUDENT WHO IS OKLAHOMA’S PROMISE WITHDRAWS FROM COLLEGE FOR A SEMESTER, THEY WILL POSSIBLY BE DENEYED OKLAHOMA ‘S PROMISE MONEY.  Check with the college you are attending. 

SENIORS ARE ENCOURAGED TO SIGN UP FOR THE FAFSA BEGINNING OCTOBER 1. 

---REMEMBER THE FREE GRANT MONEY WILL BE GIVEN OUT ON A FIRST COME FIRST SERVE BASIS---THIS IS MONEY THAT DOES NOT HAVE TO BE PAID BACK.  DON’T MISS OUT ON THIS MONEY.  THERE ARE MANY OTHER REASONS TO FILL OUT THE FAFSA---ALL COLLEGES HIGHLY RECOMMEND THE APPLICATION BE COMPLETED BY ALL STUDENTS. THE APPLICATION WAS OPENED THIS YEAR ON OCTOBER 1 AND THAT DATE WILL CONTINUE EACH YEAR.  TIME IS SO IMPORTANT BECAUSE STUDENTS ARE APPLYING EVERYDAY—BETTER GET IN LINE FOR THE MONEY AND ALL OF THE OTHER BENEFITS YOU WILL RECEIVE. 

STUDENTS WHO HOLD CDIB CARDS MUST COMPLETE THE FAFSA.  NEED HELP---CHECK WITH MR. EVERETT.  918-548-3887.

 

 

 

COMPLETE THE FAFSA  ON OCT 1--MONEY WILL BE AWARDED ON A 1ST COME 1ST SERVE BASIS

I CANNOT EXPRESS ENOUGH THE IMPORTANCE OF COMPLETING THE FAFSA ( FREE APPLICATION FOR FEDERAL STUDENT AID----NOW !!! THE OTAG---WHICH IS THE OKLAHOMA TUITION AID GRANT---NO LONGER HAS A MARCH 1 DEADLINE---THE MONEY WILL BE AWARDED BY “FIRST COME , FIRST SERVED” BASIS.----PLEASE GET WITH YOUR PARENTS AND GET THIS APPLICATION COMPLETED AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.  BOTH THE STUDENT AND THE PARENT WILL NEED TO CREATE AN “FSAID” NUMBER----GO TO fsaid.gov DIRECTLY AND THE FSAID NUMBER CAN BE CREATED---THEN GO TO fafsa.gov  AND COMPLETE THE APPLICATION.---

PARENTS CAN USE THEIR 2016 TAX INFORMATION (CAN BE DONE ELECTRONICALY ON THE APPLICATION. 

PARENTS WILL NEED A SEPARATE EMAIL FROM THEIR STUDENT

PARENTS WILL NEED THEIR FSAID NUMBER SO THEY CAN SIGN BEFORE THE FINAL SUBMISSION OF THE APPLICATION. Go to www.fafsa.ed.gov 

PARENTS BE SURE TO USE THE SAME ADDRESS ON THE APPLICATION AS THE APPLICATION THAT WAS ON YOUR TAX FORMS.

TAX INFORMATION CAN BE TRANSFERED DIRECTLY ON THE APPLICATION from the IRS

 

STUDENTS WHO WANT TO PURCHASE TEXT BOOKS FOR COLLEGE AND SAVE A LOT OF MONEY SHOULD TRY THIS WEBSITE----chegg.com---be sure to get the isbn number on the book before renting or buying on this website. 

EASTERN OKLAHOMA STATE COLLEGE

COMPASS Testing

COMPASS is a placement test offered from 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday through Friday in the Testing Center without appointment. Students are allowed to test a total of four times in each area (writing, reading and math). Students may test the first two times free of charge, after that the tests are $5 each. COMPASS study preparation is available online at compasstestprep.com or www.testprepreview.com.

CLEP Testing

CLEP testing is offered by appointment only. Students wishing to take the CLEP test must fill out the EOSC CLEP Test Application and submit it along with a $20 test administration fee. Once the application and fee have been received, the Testing Center will contact the student to set up a testing date and time. CLEP charges an $80 fee for each test in addition to the $20 administration fee. Students must register for a CLEP exam and pay the exam fee through "My Account" on the CLEP website. Students must print their registration ticket to present to the EOSC Testing Center on test day.
Information for CLEP Test-Takers (pdf)
CLEP study prep is available online at www.collegeboard.com/student/testing/clep/prep.html.
EOSC CLEP Test Application (pdf)

Contact

Gail Wilson
Testing Center Coordinator
918.465.1768 
 
 
 

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Campus Tours

Please encourage your students to make a trip to Stillwater to see the OSU campus. A campus tour is important for any student who is making a college decision. Students can go to admissions.okstate.edu/visit to sign up for a campus tour Monday through Friday and select Saturdays.

FAFSA Process Changes----STUDENTS NEED TO APPLY FOR FAFSA AS EARLY AS OCTOBER 1.  I WENT TO A MEETING WITH THE COLLEGE REPRESENTATIVES AND THEY ARE ALL ENCOURAGING STUDENTS TO APPLY FOR FAFSA AS EARLY AS OCTOBER 1. 

 

 

STUDENTS WHO PLAN TO PLAY NCAA ATHLETICS IN COLLEGE NEED TO LIST NCAA AS A COLLEGE TO SEND ACT SCORES---PUT THE CODE 9999 IN AS A COLLEGE CODE.  

OKLAHOMA STATE TOURS----SCHEDULE ON LINE AT admissions.okstate.edu  or call 405-744-5358—TOURS ARE MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY AT 10:00 AND A  SOME STATURDAYS.  

YOU CAN HAVE EXCUSED ABSENCES TO TAKE CARE OF IMPORTANT COLLEGE VISITS IF YOU DO THE FOLLOWING:

GIVE YOUR SCHEDULED COLLEGE VISIT DATE TO MR. EVERETT AND TELL MRS. REEDER. (REMINDER)WHEN YOU VISIT A COLLEGE YOU MUST ASK THE COLLEGE FOR” A PROOF OF VISIT” FORM SO YOU CAN GET YOUR ABSENCE EXCUSED WHEN YOU RETURN TO SCHOOL. 

ALL SENIORS ARE GIVEN THE FOLLOWING DAYS AS EXCUSED ABSENCES :

 2 REGULAR COLLEGE VISITS---ONE RESIDUAL ACT TEST----AND ONE ENROLLMENT DAY---DO NOT WASTE THESE IMPORTANT DAYS .   4 IMPORTANT DAYS TOTAL—ALWAYS GET PROF OF YOUR VISIT AND TOUR FROM THE COLLEGE YOU ARE ATTENDING. 

THIS YEAR THE FAFSA( FREE APPLICATION FOR FEDERAL STUDENT AID---OPENS EARLY THIS YEAR---OCTOBER 1.  STUDENTS ARE ENCOURAGED TO COMPLETE THE APPLICATION AS SOON AS POSSIBLE , AS EARLY AS OCTOBER 1,  STUDENTS WHO WAIT TO APPLY MAY BE LEFT OUT OF THE FREE GRANT MONEY.  PARENTS MAY USE LAST YEARS TAX INFORMATION TO COMPLETE THE FAFSA APPLICATION.  DO NOT WAIT---COLLEGES WILL USE THE INFORMATION PROVIDED IN THE APPLICATION VERY EARLY THIS YEAR.  

____________________________________________________

SENIORS , BE SURE TO CHECK OUT THE OKLAHOMA  DEPTARTMENT OF  VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION SERVICES---- MONEY THAT IS AVAILABLE FOR STUDENTS WITH DISSABILITIES SUCH AS , VISION, ALERGIES, ATHELETIC INJURIES ETC. ANY DISSABILITY THAT WOULD INTERFER WITH A PERSON’S ABILITY TO WORK. THE OFFICE IS LOCATED IN MCALESTER. CALL 918-302-4200. 321 South 3rd Street McAlester Ok—suite 2 THE REPRESENTATIVE WILL BE INVITED TO OUR SCHOOL TO VISIT WITH OUR SENIOR CLASS. 

 

  National Honor Society school Affiliation Number is 00020909

Dear Charles,

There is approximately $185 billion in college financial aid available, according to the College Board. How does a student or parent know where to begin in maximizing opportunities to secure dollars and pursue higher education?

OUR STUDENTS 10-12, WITH A CUMMULATIVE GRADE POINT AVERAGE OF 3.7,  ARE MEMBERS OF THE NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY.  

 

 
 

TRY THIS WEBSITEwww.finaid.org    for scholarships, Information on filling out the FAFSA, loans, savings, military aid, other typers of aid and more.  

FAFSA----FAFSA----FAFSA----FAFSA----APPLY EARLY IN OCTOBER- THE APPLICATION OPENS OCTOBER 1 EACH YEAR FROM NOW ON--DO NOT PUT THIS OFF.  NEED HELP? SEE MR. EVERETT. 

TIME TO APPLY FOR THE FAFSA.  ALL STUDENTS SHOULD APPLY.  SEE (FINANCIAL AID FOR MORE INFORMATION  APPLY ONLINE AT www.fafsa.ed.gov MANY OPPORTUNITIES WILL BECOME AVAILABLE FOR STUDENTS WHO APPLY ei WORK STUDY, NATIVE AMERICAN STUDENTS MUST APPLY IN ORDER TO RECEIVE TRIBAL FINANCIAL AID. THIS IS GRANT MONEY THAT A STUDENT WILL NEVER HAVE TO PAY BACK.

STUDENTS MUST COMPLETE THE FAFSA BY MARCH 1 TO QUALIFY FOR THE OKLAHOMA TUITION AID GRANT. 

Halito (Hello)!

I hope you are all doing well and that 2016 is off to a fantastic start!

First of all, we have attached a document with information about scholarships from the Chahta Foundation and Choctaw Nation Career Development.  These scholarships range from $1,000 to $2,000.  The school where the scholarship recipients attend will also receive a 50” flat screen TV!  The second page of the document includes information for successfully completing the scholarship applications.

CHECK OUT THESE SCHOLARSHIP SEARCH WEBSITES, sent to my by the Oklahoma  Department of Career Tech.

SCHOLARSHIPS AMERICA

myscholly.com( a one time fee of 2.99 is necessary).

Also try this website---this was advertised on Fox News some time ago----scholaroo.com

Practice Test questions ACT---http://www.act.org/standard/instruct/index.html

ARE YOU UNDECIDED ABOUT YOUR CAREER CHOICE ?

WANT AN EXCELLENT CAREER SEARCH VEHICLE ?  Go to Oklahoma's new website---www.okcareerguide.org  (NO LOG IN USER OR PASSWORD IS NECESSARY). 

 

OKLAHOMA UNIVERSITY, NORMAN OK--NEW DEADLINES---APPLICATION DEADLINES FOR ADMISSION AND SCHOLARSHIPS--- THE FINAL APPLICATION DEADLINE FOR FRESHMAN ADMISSION IS FEBRUARY 1, 2016.

SENIORS AT SAVANNA HIGH SCHOOL ARE ALLOWED: TWO COLLEGE VIISTS---ONE ENROLLMENT DAY---ONE RESIDUAL TEST DAY---SIGN UP FOR THESE VISITS IN MR. EVERETT'S OFFICE AND NOTIFY MRS. REEDER. 

SENIORS CHECK YOUR GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS.  VISIT WITH MR. EVERETT IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS.  EVERY YEAR WE HAVE SENIORS WHO DO NOT GET A DIPLOMA. 


 

SOUTHWESTERN OKLAHOMA STATE UNIVERSITY--HEATH CAREERS offered. : Athletic training, Biology, Chemistry, Health Care Administration, Health Information Management, Health Sciences, Kinesiology/ Exercise Science, Medical Laboratory Technician, Music Therapy, Nursing, Occupational Therapy assistant, Pharmacy, Physical Therapy Assistant, Radiologic Technology, Pre-Professional Areas ( Pre-Med, Pre- Dental, Pre-Optometry, etc.)call 580-774-3782 with any questions.

 

 

BE CERTAIN TO CHECK OUT "COLLEGE PLANING CHECKLIST"---GREAT INFORMATION FOR YOU AND YOUR PARENTS.

OCTOBER 1 YOU CAN APPLY FOR THE FAFSA GRANTS .   GO TO ucango2.org  for step by step instructions for filling out the form. 

APPLY TO THE COLLEGE OR UNIVERSITY OF YOUR CHOICE VERY SOON.  SCHOLARSHIP DEADLINES ARE FAST APPROACHING. MOST DEADLINES WILL BE IN FEBRUARY AND MARCH. Honors Programs and President Leadership scholarship deadlines come before regular scholarship deadlines. 

CHECK THIS OUT !!!!

APPLY FOR ADMISSION TO BACONE COLLEGE (muskogee ok )  visit www.bacone.edu, email admissions@bacone.edu or call 918-781-7340--Scholarships available: American Indian Academic--Center for Christian Ministries--academic scholarships--Athletics Scholarship--Presidential Scholarship-degrees offered:

Associate in Applied Science( Radiography---Diagnostic Medical Sonography

Associate of Arts ( American Indian Studies---Christian Ministry--Interdisciplinary Liberal Studies---Arts

Bachelor of Arts( American Indian Studies--Christian Ministry--Criminal Justice Studies--Heath and Physical Education--English--History--Interdisciplinary Liberal Studies- Communication--Arts

Bachelor of Science (Business Administration--Sports Management---Recreation Management---Exercise Science

 

 

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NORTHEASTERN OKLAHOMA STATE UNIVERSITY--TAHLEQUAH

SCHOLARSHIP DEADLINES: 

MARCH 1---GENERAL SCHOLARSHIP DEADLINE---ALL STUDENTS MUST BE ADMITTED PRIOR TO BE CONSIDERED FOR ANY SCHOLARSHIPS.  ALL SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS WILL BE AFFECTED BY SEVERAL CRITERIA--AND ESPECIALLY THE ACT TEST SCORES.  THESE SCHOLARSHIPS ARE INCLUDED: COLLEGIATE SCHOLARS,UNIVERSITY SCHOLOARS, VALEDICTORIAN SCHOLARS, GREEN 7 WHITE SCHOLARS AND FRESMEN SCHOLARS.

NORTHEASTERN STACKS OKPROMISE SCHOLARSHIPS ON TOP ALL OTHER REGULAR SCHOLARSHIPS OFFERED TO A STUDENT.  THIS MEANS THAT YOUR OKPROMISE MONEY CAN BE USED FOR FEES/BOOKS/ETC...

TOURS CAN BE SCHEDULED  M-W-F- 2:00 AND TUES-THURS- 11:00 AM OR 2:00 PM

STUDENTS ARE REMINDED THAT THERE IS A CHANGE WITH THE FAFSA(FREE GRANT MONEY)-THIS YEAR --THE 4 DIDGIT PIN THAT HAS BEEN USED WILL BE REPLACED BY THE FSA-ID NUMBERSTUDENTS ARE ENCOURAGED TO GET THIS FSA-ID NUMBER NOW-- THOSE STUDENTS WHO ALREADY HAVE A PIN NUMBER (ALL DATA CAN BE TRANSFERED TO THE FSA-ID NUMBER).

STUDENTS APPLYING TO NORTHEASTERN (WHEN FILLING OUT APPLICATIONS ) ARE ENCOURAGED TO CHECK TO MAKE CERTAIN THOSE INDIVIDUALS CHOSEN FOR RECOMMENDATIONS HAVE COMPLETED THEM.  APPLICATION DEADLINES ARE FINAL AND CANNOT BE COMPROMISED---MAKE CERTAIN YOUR APPLICATIONS ARE COMPLETE BEFORE THE DEADLINES FOR ALL SCHOLARSHIPS  IF YOU WANT TO BE CONSIDERED.

NORTHEASTERN IS NUMBER 2 IN THE STATE IN LOWEST TUITION-

IF YOU ARE AN INDIAN STUDENT---MAKE SURE YOU CHECK OUT NORTHEASTERN---CHECK OUT THE INDIAN SCHOLARSHIP CENTER FOR AMERICAN INDIAN STUDENTS .  34.3 % OF TOTAL ENROLLEMNT,( 35% OF UNDERGRADUATE),  STUDENTS WHO ATTEND THE COLLEGE ARE INDIAN STUDENTS.

2,836 STUDENTS ARE AMERICAN INDIAN. THERE MUST BE GOOD REASONS FOR THIS---CHECK IT OUT.

ALSO CHECK OUT THE FINISH IN 4 PROGRAM-SCHOLARSHIPS ARE AVAILABLE. MORE INFORMATION ABOUT NORTHEASTERN---Go2NSU.com or www.nsuok.edu/scholarships . Phone: 918-444-4675 or 800-722-9614

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Welcome to the Cowboy Connection! GO TO THE WEBSITES SO YOU CAN OPEN PROGRAMS AND EVENTS.

It's time for another edition of Cowboy Connection from the Office of Undergraduate Admissions at Oklahoma State.


 

Orange Fridays

OSU's newest event, Orange Friday, gives your students a chance to get all their admission questions answered while enjoying the unique weekend gameday atmosphere! Students will experience an informative Admissions presentation to learn everything they need to know about becoming a future OSU Cowboy before heading out on an hour and a half walking tour of campus and residential life. In the afternoon, there are many opportunities to plan and personalize the day. Options include an academic appointment, scholarships and financial aid presentation, an athletics tour and pre-professional appointments for students who are interested in going to professional school, such as medical school, law school or veterinary medicine. We want to help students make the most of their day on campus!

 


A Reminder About Transcripts

Remember, if you submit your student's transcripts electronically, you do not need to send additional copies through any other means. Learn more about submitting transcripts on our website.


 

 


Kylie Stephens, MSHR

Freshman Admissions Counselor
Office of Admissions
East Central University
(580) 559-5209

East Central University's mission is to foster a learning environment in which students, faculty, staff, and community interact to educate students for life in a rapidly changing and culturally diverse society. Within its service area, East Central Univ