Alumni News

Honoring the recent accomplishments of our talented St. Gregory’s alumni.

If you know of an SGU alumni who is doing great things, let us know about it! Contact us at bhill@stgregorys.edu.

Honor that special someone this Valentine ’s Day with their name on a window in the historical Benedictine Hall!

As part of the University’s Benedictine Hall Windows Campaign, a $900 contribution to the campaign will allow a window to be named in honor of that special person.

Guests, monks, faculty, staff and students, welcome to a very special occasion.  

Today, we are pleased to formally announce that St. Gregory's University is partnering with Oklahoma’s four Catholic healthcare systems – Mercy, St. John, St. Francis and St. Anthony – to establish a Catholic Nursing Program.

St. Gregory’s and its Catholic healthcare partners will collaboratively develop a model of nursing education unlike any other offered in Oklahoma or the region. The program will have two unique features.

St. Gregory’s University announced today it is partnering with Oklahoma’s four Catholic healthcare systems – Mercy, St. John, St. Francis and St. Anthony – to establish a Catholic Nursing Program.

Based in Catholic theology and social teaching, the curriculum’s ethical focus will include training in integrative and holistic care. A residency component will provide new nurses with significant clinical experience.

St. Gregory's University alum Monika Kalicińska was featured in national magazine Runner’s World after she eclipsed the world's fastest marathon mark on an indoor track at the fourth annual Run4RKids Indoor Marathon Saturday in Toronto, Canada.

Kalicińska, the reigning NAIA national champion in the outdoor marathon, finished the indoor equivalent in 2:53:53 – nearly four minutes faster than the previous record.

St. Gregory’s University will host a free information session on Tuesday, January 14 at 6 p.m. for individuals who are interested in earning an associate’s, bachelor’s or master’s degree through its Adult Degree Program.

St. Gregory’s Adult Degree Program classes meet one night a week and are designed by working professionals for busy adults, giving students the practical skills employers look for, while maintaining a job and family life. 

2014 Start Dates for All Programs

Admissions is hosting an information session about the new CCS Early Childhood Education degree this Tuesday,
December 17, from 6 - 7:30 p.m on the Shawnee campus in Benedictine Hall, Room 303.

The session, which is open to the public, will include information about the degree program, the admissions process and
financial aid.

Current CCS students will also be on hand to meet potential students and answer any questions they may have.

St. Gregory’s University is promoting a unique Christmas gift option. Individuals who contribute $900 to the Benedictine Hall Windows Campaign can name a window in the historical campus building to honor a special person on his or her Christmas list.

On Thursday, November 7, two of our College for Continuing Studies staff, who are also veterans of the Armed Forces, joined in a Veteran’s Day celebration at Clyde Boyd Middle School in Sand Springs, Okla.  

The restoration of Benedictine Hall’s four turrets represents the next chapter in St. Gregory’s University’s history. 

The yellowing, black-and-white photos tell the story well. Monks from the Order of St. Benedict stand beside construction workers as the cornerstone for a new building is placed. The year is 1913, and the building is Benedictine Hall, the gothic-style edifice that would become the center of learning and life on St. Gregory’s University’s Shawnee campus.