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Oklahoma secretary of education addresses OSUIT grads

Two commencement ceremonies were held Aug. 21 in Covelle Hall on the OSUIT campus. Graduates from the Automotive Technologies and Diesel and Heavy Equipment divisions held a ceremony at 7 p.m., while the remaining divisions gathered with an earlier ceremony at 2 p.m.

Newest club on campus aims to boost knowledge of Hispanic culture

The Latinos & Amigos Club officially started in April 2015 and soon began attracting students from across campus.

Student Life schedules events, activities all month long to welcome students to campus

When students start the fall semester at OSU Institute of Technology in September, they will have an array of events and activities to welcome them back to campus.

Twins learn, graduate from Manufacturing program together

Twins Coddy and Cayle Danker will both graduate with an Associate in Applied Science in Manufacturing Technologies from OSUIT on Aug. 21.

Toyota T-TEN alums advocate for program at open house

About 20 people attended the open house to learn more about OSUIT’s Toyota Training and Education Network program and what a career as a service technician looks like.

Oklahoma Secretary of Education to address OSUIT’s 201st graduation class

OSU Institute of Technology will honor more than 360 graduates with two commencement ceremonies Friday, Aug. 21, in Covelle Hall on the Okmulgee campus.

Trip to Indianapolis broadens Visual Communications students’ perspectives

For more than 30 years, faculty and staff members from the School of Visual Communications have taken students to cities across the country to visit advertising agencies and creative firms to see and hear from professionals working in the fields they are studying.

Library’s Tech To-Go program allows students to check out latest tech

The OSU Institute of Technology Library has evolved past loaning out books and will soon offer an array of gadgets to check out including tablets, laptops, cameras, as well as an Apple Watch and even a 3D printer through its new Tech To-Go program.


OSUIT awarded $79,000 USA Funds Capacity Grant

For the third year, USA Funds renewed OSU Institute of Technology’s Capacity Grant, which enables university staff to help more students remain in school and then repay loans after graduation.

OSUIT Marketing team, alumnus bring home hardware from annual conference

OSU Institute of Technology was recognized with eight awards at the 23rd Oklahoma Colleges Public Relations Association Annual Conference earlier this month.