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OSUIT receives Department of Defense grant for supply chain study

The U.S. Department of Defense Office of Economic Adjustment awarded a federal grant of nearly $875,000 to Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology in partnership with the Oklahoma Strategic Military Planning Commission.


Reach Higher open house offers opportunities for potential students

OSU Institute of Technology is one of 14 participating colleges offering associate degrees through Reach Higher, and held an open house Tuesday, Dec. 16 for those interested in not only having a degree when they graduate, but a career as well.

OSUIT named to 50 Most Affordable Public Schools list

The website AffordableColleges.com recently released its list of the 50 Most Affordable Public Schools for In-State Students and OSUIT made the list ranked at 47th.


Sec. Parman challenges OSUIT graduates to ‘make us proud’

Oklahoma Secretary of Commerce Larry V. Parman gave graduates a how-to list for life beyond college as part of his keynote address at OSU Institute of Technology’s 199th commencement ceremony Friday afternoon.


OSUIT Library awarded $30,000 grant for technology-equipped meeting room

The Library at OSU Institute of Technology was recently awarded a grant of $30,000 from the Roy and Mariana Holleman Foundation. The grant will be used to create and furnish a media:scape room, a private and collaborative space away from the main library area that will accommodate a larger group of students or staff.


Watchmaking graduates find challenges, fulfillment in unique OSUIT program

The School of Watchmaking, one of the oldest and most unique programs at OSU Institute of Technology, will graduate six students at the 199th commencement ceremony Friday, Dec. 12.

OSUIT prepares for its 199th graduating class

Secretary and Executive Director of the Oklahoma Department of Commerce Larry V. Parman will give the keynote address to OSU Institute of Technology’s 199th graduating class at the commencement ceremony Friday, Dec. 12, at 2 p.m., in Covelle Hall on the OSUIT campus.

Three selected as John and Suanne Roueche Excellence Award winners

This year OSUIT three employees were recognized as John and Suanne Roueche Excellence Award recipients.

Gingerbread house a labor of love for Culinary Arts students

It took about 20 Culinary Arts students nearly 24 hours to complete this year’s Japanese-inspired gingerbread house now on display in the OSU Institute of Technology State Room lobby. The whole structure stands nearly 6 feet tall and is made up of about 250 pounds of gingerbread made from scratch in the OSUIT kitchen.

Bedlam Tailgate party coming to OSUIT

OSUIT will host a Bedlam Tailgate Party on Saturday Dec. 6 in the Student Union parking lot on campus starting at noon. The football game between the OSU Cowboys and University of Oklahoma Sooners kicks off at 2:30 p.m. and will be projected on a big screen inside the Student Union.