In an effort to make a Catholic higher education more financially accessible for Oklahoma families, St. Gregory's University has announced a new Pastoral Scholarship Program, which will provide 50 fully funded, four year financial aid packages to students nominated by their parish priest. St. Gregory's has also tripled its longstanding Catholic grant and is maintaining tuition costs and fees for the third straight year.
St. Gregory’s University invites prospective students and their family members to Preview Day on Saturday, February 22 beginning at 10 a.m. in the Sarkeys Performing Arts Center.
Students and their families will be able to learn more about student activities and campus life, the different academic programs offered as well as admissions requirements and how to apply for financial aid and scholarships. Additional breakout sessions will be held regarding other student services, such as campus ministry, athletics and the Partners in Learning program.
St. Gregory’s University officials received an Excellence certification as a Certified Healthy Campus at the “Shape Your Future” banquet, which was held Thursday in Norman. The University is one of only eight Oklahoma college and university campuses to receive the excellence rating.
This is the second year in a row that the St. Gregory’s campus has received recognition from the Certified Healthy Oklahoma program.
University officials from St. Gregory’s University are offering a free seminar on applying for financial aid for college on Thursday, February 20 at 6 p.m. in the Shawnee Room at the Rockwood Center on the campus of the University.
As part of St. Gregory’s University’s annual Theatre for Young Audiences program, the theatre department will stage The Somewhat True Tale of Robin Hood. The play will be a fun, cartoonish blend of Robin Hood and Monty Python specifically geared toward children, but also fun for the entire family.
St. Gregory’s University will host a free information session on Wednesday, February 12 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.
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.
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