The start of a new school year not only brings new students to St. Gregory’s University, but new faculty as well. St. Gregory’s is pleased to announce the addition of nine new faculty members for the 2015-2016 school year. St. Gregory's is pleased to welcome the following new faculty members.
The Department of Visual and Performing Arts at St. Gregory’s University is excited to announce its 2015-2016 season with the first of six theatre and dance performances beginning in October.
“We have an ambitious and exciting season planned with a wide variety of styles and traditions represented. Electra will take audiences to the beginnings of theatre, while with The 39 Steps we will explore the growing relationship between theatre and cinema. There's something for everyone this season,” said Dr. David Coley, Director of Theatre.
D. Gregory Main, President of St. Gregory's University, will speak about "Current Challenges in Public and Private Higher Education" at the next meeting of the Oklahoma City Estate Planning Council. The breakfast meeting will be held at 7:30 a.m. on Thursday, September 10, 2015 at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, 2945 Northwest Expressway, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
St. Gregory’s University and the Oklahoma Blood Institute (OBI) will be hosting a community blood drive Tuesday, Sept. 8 from 12 p.m. - 5 p.m. in the Great Room of the Rockwood Center on St. Gregory’s Shawnee campus.
Each donor will receive a t-shirt, health screening and Donor Rewards points, which are redeemable for items in OBI’s online store. Donors also have the option to forgo receiving a t-shirt to help donate to the Global Blood Fund (GBF), which helps support struggling blood centers around the world.
Orientation leaders, Resident Assistants (RAs) and the St. Gregory’s University community have been eagerly awaiting the arrival of new students on campus. On Friday, August 21, students and families made their journeys to campus for move-in day.
Amber Brockhaus, an incoming freshman from Oklahoma City, Okla. said she knew she had to choose St. Gregory’s after a campus visit.
The Nursing Department atSt. Gregory’s University in Shawnee, Oklahoma, invites comments from the public about the bachelor’s degree in nursing in preparation for its on-site evaluation by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE) to be held October 12–14, 2015.
St. Gregory's University and Tulsa Community College signed a new agreement that allows students to earn an associate degree at TCC and transfer into a bachelor's degree at St. Gregory's University.
St. Gregory’s University has signed an agreement with St. Mary’s College, a private Junior College located in Nagoya, Japan, allowing students to earn an associate degree at St. Mary’s and seamlessly transfer into a bachelor’s degree at St. Gregory’s.
Deal means pre-paid scholarships for students, financial strength for school
St. Gregory’s University announced today a historic agreement, establishing a $5 million prepaid tuition program between St Gregory’s Abbey, the Citizen Potawatomi Nation and the University. The Nation, under the leadership of Chairman Rocky Barrett, will provide scholarships to members of the Citizen Potawatomi Nation (CPN). Over the next six years, 60 students will receive up to four years of full scholarships to attend St. Gregory’s.
St. Gregory’s University has hired Dr. Jessica Stubblefield as the program chair for the Early Childhood Education program, which will be housed on the Tulsa campus. The new program offers accelerated, adult-friendly associate and bachelor’s degree programs on both the Tulsa and Shawnee campuses, as well as traditional courses for residential students on the Shawnee campus.