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Articulation agreements open more pathways to degrees

OSU Institute of Technology administrators have recently signed five new articulation agreements, all pertaining to the university’s three Bachelor of Technology degrees.

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Career fairs create opportunities for students, employers

At OSU Institute of Technology, career placement after graduation is a high priority, and our partnerships with industry provide essential connections for students and employers. Career fairs on campus have proven to be a great opportunity to bring the two parties together and are held several times throughout the year for various divisions and programs.

Culinary students cook up scholarship recognition

Three School of Culinary Arts students recently were awarded scholarships from the American Culinary Federation to help further their education.

Newman Civic Fellow has passion for service

OSUIT student Cody McPherson is one of 15 students in Oklahoma to receive the $500 scholarship, and one of 196 in the country named Newman Civic Fellows.

Articulation Day opens opportunities for students

Representatives from six universities and the Oklahoma Regents for Higher Education gathered on the campus of OSU Institute of Technology Wednesday for Articulation Day, a collaborative event that will make degree completion an easier process for students in Oklahoma.

OSUIT hosts Infinite Scholars Program

OSU Institute of Technology is bringing the Infinite Scholars Program to Oklahoma. For the very first time, high school students in the state will have access to scholarships and financial aid that was previously unavailable to them.

Career Encounters Draws Big Crowd

More than 1,500 high school seniors, Career Tech students and adult learners attended the annual Career Encounters Tuesday to get an up-close, first-hand look at what the campus has to offer. Every department offered several one-hour sessions on different aspects of their programs and attendees chose three sessions to attend during the day.

Automotive Collision Repair Student Tyler Hardin Receives National Awards

Automotive Collision Repair Technology freshman and Heavener native Tyler Hardin impresses instructors, receives three separate awards from the I-CAR Education Foundation including a $1,000 educational expense scholarship, the 2013 Chicago Pneumatic Tool Grant and the 2013 Sherwin Williams Tool Grant.

Student Rachael Sourjohn Reconnects with Heritage, Crowned Miss Muscogee Creek Nation

Rachael Sourjohn’s family wasn’t raised traditionally or with a strong understanding of their American Indian heritage. That’s why being crowned as 2013 Miss Muscogee (Creek) Nation was such a thrilling part of reconnecting with her culture. Sourjohn – a student at the College of the Muscogee Nation as well as OSU Institute of Technology – made a commitment to embrace her ancestral roots and set off on a journey to understand her place within her tribe.