St. Gregory's University's new Masters in Professional Counseling has officially received approval by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC). St. Gregory's is now enrolling students for the master's degree program with the first classes beginning this fall.
Fall classes forming now in RN to BSN, pre-nursing programs
St. Gregory's University's new Catholic Nursing Program has officially received approval by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC). This distinguished authorization enables St. Gregory's to formally enroll students for its Registered Nurse to Bachelor of Science in Nursing (RN to BSN) degree completion program. St. Gregory's continues to enroll students in its pre-nursing program.
St. Gregory’s University will host an MBA Open House for individuals who are interested in advancing their career by continuing their higher education through its College of Continuing Studies Adult Degree Program.
St. Gregory’s University student Randall Foye and Professor Emeritus Sr. Marcianne Kappes attended the 27th Annual Sovereignty Symposium, which was held June 4-5 at the historic Skirvin Hotel in Downtown Oklahoma City.
“As an Indian student, I felt fortunate to have had the opportunity to attend the Sovereignty Symposium this year,” said Foye. “Dr. Gus Palmer Jr. was my favorite speaker. His passion and knowledge for his own native language [Kiowa] is a rare commodity in a world where tribal languages around the world are in real danger of extinction.”
St. Gregory’s University will host a free information session on Tuesday, June 10 at 6 p.m. for individuals who are interested in earning an associate’s, bachelor’s or master’s degree through its College of Continuing Studies Adult Degree Program on both the Shawnee and Tulsa campuses.
The College of Continuing Studies at St. Gregory’s offers flexible class schedules, personalized attention from start to finish and a faculty that is comprised of real world experts who provide a challenging Catholic Liberal Arts education to students.
"Former Track Coach Matt Aguero released a secretly recorded audiotape of one in a series of discussions about his release from the University under the terms of his contract. The content of that discussion and the larger situation have been significantly distorted.
St. Gregory's makes its personnel decisions carefully, and we protect our employees' confidentiality, including Mr. Aguero's and our Athletic Director Dr. Jeff Potter's. However, we can clarify a few key facts.
“It is not our policy to specifically discuss personnel issues. Please be advised that Mr. Aguero was released under the terms and conditions of his contract with the University. Any personnel decisions of the University are not made lightly.”
Institutes align coursework to ease transfer, degree completion for students
As a demonstration of its continued commitment to degree completion, St. Gregory's University, along with five other universities, signed an articulation agreement on Wednesday during OSU Institute of Technology's Articulation Day. This new agreement will allow students from OSUIT to seamlessly transfer credits with St. Gregory's, making it easier for students to earn their degrees.
Gabriela Weigel, a 2014 graduate of St. Gregory’s University, will perform at the 85th Annual Oklahoma Music Teachers Association (OMTA) state conference held May 29 – May 31.
St. Gregory’s University celebrated the graduation of the Class of 2014 on Saturday at the W. P. Wood Fieldhouse on the St. Gregory’s campus in Shawnee. With 198 degrees conferred this spring, this class has become one of the largest in school history with students receiving their Associate’s, Bachelor’s or Master’s degrees from both the Shawnee and Tulsa campus.
The class of 2014 is particularly unique in its makeup of traditional and adult students. Approximately 64% of the class of 2014 graduates are students from the College of Continuing Studies adult degree programs.