Oklahoma's college students and their parents, like families across the country, have faced rapidly escalating higher education costs for more than a decade. With the proposed cut of nearly $50 million in the governor's executive budget to state higher ed next year, that shortfall will again be placed on their shoulders.
Ashliegh Freed's senior visual arts exhibition "Secrets of the Soul" will be on exhibition at the Rockwood's Student Life Center opening Friday May 2 from 4:30 to 7 p.m.
St. Gregory’s University’s Performing Arts Department is set to debut its final show of the 2013-2014 season, The Dining Room, this Thursday, May 1 at 8 p.m. in Sarkeys Performing Arts Center. Additional performances will take place at 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday and at 3 p.m. on Sunday.
St. Gregory’s Director of Theatre Carly Conklin promises audiences a unique theatrical experience with its last performance of the year.
St. Gregory's University was one of 13 organizations from the Shawnee and Pottawatomie areas honored by American Red Cross who aided throughout the severe storm of May 2013.
"We want to honor our partners by awarding them face-to-face and thank them for all their hard work during the response, many of whom continue to work with us on the recovery," expressed Susan Morris, the Disaster Services and Community Resiliency Specialist.
Construction projects continue on the St. Gregory’s Shawnee campus
Today marked the completion of the restoration of the front steps to St. Gregory's University's historic Benedictine Hall, thus ending the first phase of an ongoing construction project for the 100 year old building and campus icon.
Three student teams from the St. Gregory’s University business department were selected as semifinalists for their exceptional entrepreneurial skills in the small business division of the 2014 Donald W. Reynolds Governor’s Cup business plan competition.
The Governor’s Cup is a statewide collegiate business plan competition that simulates the real world process of researching a market, writing a business plan and making a presentation to potential investors.
Of the five DaVinci Scholar Awards given statewide each year to undergraduate education majors, two will be awarded to St. Gregory’s University students Rae Anne Klement and Jessica Becker.
An education think tank, the DaVinci Institute annually honors five pre-service teachers who intend to teach in Oklahoma schools.
“It is remarkable that of only five DaVinci Scholar Awards, our students have captured two of them this year. It is a true testament to the quality of our education program,” D. Gregory Main, president of St. Gregory’s University, said.
Officials from St. Gregory’s University are offering a free seminar on applying for financial aid for college on Thursday, March 27 at 5:00 p.m. in the cafeteria at Shawnee High School.
During the seminar, attendees will learn about the financial aid process; how to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) application; scholarship opportunities available at St. Gregory’s as well as outside scholarship opportunities; state grants such as OK Promise, OTAG and OTEG.
St. Gregory’s University will host a free information session on Wednesday, March 19 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.
The Department of Visual and Performing Arts at St. Gregory’s University is proud to present its spring performance, The Beat of the Drum. The final show of the season features dances choreographed by St. Gregory’s University faculty members, students and special guest choreographers. The pieces share one common theme – rhythm.