to Who’s Who
Matthew Murray of Fort Gibson was named to the 2014 Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges at Southwestern Oklahoma State University in Weatherford.
Campus nominating committees and editors of the annual directory select the students based on academic achievements, service to the community, leadership in extracurricular activities and potential for continued success.
In an effort to embrace NSU’s Destination 2023 initiative, the College of Extended Learning is opening its doors to all who are motivated to learn and enrich their lives, a media release states.
There are more opportunities through new classes, programs and services. This college includes: Continuing Education, Language and Culture Center, Degree Completion and Certificate Programs.
The goal of this college is to provide opportunities to change lives and improve career paths. Several paths for those who wish to complete a degree are Criminal Justice, Health Care Administration, Human and Family Services, Reach Higher (Organizational Management) and Emergency Management.
The Spring 2014 schedule is now available: www.nsuok.edu/Schedules.aspx.
There are also Academic Outreach programs offered, such as ACT Preparation Camps and CPA review.
Community and Personal Enrichment courses includes; Dance and Fitness, Health and Wellness, Homeschooling and Education Helpers, Special Interests and Youth programs, as well.
The Professional Development portion of Continuing Education offers several different options: Workshops and Series, Managing Human Resources, Technology and Workplace Preparedness Program.
The new Language and Cultural Center is offering English as a Second Language, Confucius Classroom – a culturally enriched program that promotes the Chinese culture and Language Workshops and Series.
Information: finishatnsu.com or call the NSU College of Extended Learning at (918) 449-6225.
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