TCC and six local universities work on the challenge of producing more bachelor’s degrees for Tulsa

In a nutshell, here’s Tulsa’s higher education challenge: The city needs more people with bachelor’s degrees, but — at least for the time being — the state has made a community college the dominant player in the public higher education sector. Tulsa Community College is attracting a lot of students, and it’s the state’s top…

OCCC to expand scheduling flexibility with 8-week terms

Oklahoma City Community College (OCCC) will change the length of term for the majority of courses by moving from one 16-week semester to two 8-week terms beginning fall 2020. OCCC will be the first college in Oklahoma to make this important switch, which is designed to give students more flexibility. View Full Article →

New adult degree completion program targets Oklahoma’s critical occupations

The state has awarded Oklahoma’s Promise tuition scholarships to new high school graduates for 26 years. View Full Article →

Johnson discusses benefits of a college degree

Chancellor of the Oklahoma State System of Higher Education Dr. Glen D. Johnson Jr. spoke at the Woodward Chamber of Commerce luncheon on Monday about the value of higher education. View Full Article →

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