Scholarship to benefit tech center students

Rich Barnard, president and CEO of Tio Chuy’s Auto Sales, announced recently that the company has initiated a scholarship at Moore Norman Technology Center. The Joseph R. Barnard Memorial Scholarship will be awarded annually to six MNTC students who will each receive $1,000. The gift also included seed money for future scholarships. “The Joseph R.…

Rose State, SWOSU partner to streamline student transfers

MIDWEST CITY, Okla. (KFOR) – Two higher education institutions are teaming up to help students complete their four-year degrees. Rose State College and Southwestern Oklahoma State University have created a partnership that will streamline the transfer experience for Rose State students completing their four-year degrees at SWOSU. “This partnership will assist many students pursuing associate…

TCC dedicates new Student Success Center

TCC’s new Tandy Student Success Center combines various services in one location, with the aim of making college less intimidating for students and helping them keep the end goal in mind. Services offered at the center include academic advising, career services, engagement and retention, new student orientation, and transfers. Read the full article →

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 →

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