Seven Master’s in Counseling students at St. Gregory’s University were awarded their certificate of completion in Palliative Care.
On Saturday, October 22, St. Gregory’s University’s Pro Life Team will host a Family Day Celebration. The event is open to all families in and around the Shawnee area and will be held from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. on the Mound in front of Benedictine Hall at St. Gregory’s University.
Activities throughout the event will include music, inflatables, popcorn, and many more exciting carnival games. Bring your families for an enjoyable afternoon and celebrate the value and importance of the family! For more information, please contact St. Gregory’s Student Life Office at (405) 878-5481.
The Pioneer Library System’s Maker Mobile will be on the St. Gregory’s campus on Thursday, October 27. The Maker Mobile is a state-of-the-art technology center that brings STEAM-focused programs (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics) to students in schools across Cleveland, McClain and Pottawatomie counties.
The Maker Mobile features a 3D printer and scanner, laser cutter, CNC (computer numerical control) mill, design software, self-contained broadband Internet access and laptops.
The Department of Visual and Performing Arts at St. Gregory’s University is pleased to announce the upcoming production of The Tempest by William Shakespeare, premiering Thursday, October 6 at 8 p.m. in the Sarkeys Performing Arts Center.
“Our hope is that even audiences who are new to Shakespeare will find the show exciting and easy to understand. I think viewers will experience the continuing relevance of Shakespeare’s work in contemporary society,” said Dr. David Coley, Director of Theatre at St. Gregory’s University.
(Shawnee, Okla. – September 30, 2016) As we near the general election in November, we will be making decisions that will affect the future of our cities, state and country. St. Gregory’s University will host a panel discussion, “Forming Consciences for Faithful Citizenship” on Wednesday, October 5th at 7 p.m. in the Shawnee Community Room in the Rockwood Center.
(Shawnee, Okla. – September 26, 2016) Exceeding expectations, St. Gregory's University experienced a thirty-one percent (31%) growth in new students for the Fall Semester of 2016 as compared to the Fall Semester of 2015.
"It's exciting to see the months of hard work by our admissions team come to fruition," said St. Gregory's President, Michael Scaperlanda. "Our admissions staff did a fantastic job."
Students, faculty and staff took part in the OK-Tober-Taste event on Thursday, Sept. 22 in the Shawnee Community Room. During the event, participants had the opportunity to sample beers from Oklahoma based breweries.
Students, ages 21 and older, enjoyed the opportunity to sample local breweries with President Michael Scaperlanda, faculty and staff members.
“Beer tasting with President Scaperlanda and members of the St. Gregory's community was a once in a lifetime experience,” said Jeremy Crandell of Tulsa, OK.
(Shawnee, Okla. – September 15, 2016) The Department of Visual and Performing Arts at St. Gregory’s University is excited to announce its 2016-2017 season with the first of seven theatre and dance performances and two choral concerts beginning in October.
The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics recently announced that St. Gregory's University has been named a Five-Star Champions of Character Bronze Institution. The NAIA recognized 171 schools nationwide, and St. Gregory's was one of 80 to earn "Bronze" distinction.
Institutions are measured on a demonstrated commitment to the NAIA's Champions of Character program and earn points in character training, conduct in competition, academic focus, character recognition and character promotion.
(Shawnee, Okla. – September 12, 2016) On Thursday, Sep. 8, the St. Gregory’s University School of Nursing held a ceremony honoring its recent BSN graduates and a White Coat Ceremony welcoming new students into the nursing program.
Mary Diane Steltankamp, St. Gregory’s alumna and priests’ nurse with the Archdiocese of Oklahoma City, told the story of Moses and the burning bush, highlighting the importance of realizing that spirituality is a key resource for healing.