Native students put college credits to use

  The Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education created the Reach Higher program in 2007. Known as “Oklahoma’s degree completion program,” it is an adaptable and cost-effective way to finish school for students with some credits but not enough to obtain a degree. Admission for the associate degree track requires a 2.0 GPA and a Read More »

Wzhitawen participants visit Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology

Submitted by Joshua Bullock, College Adviser, CPN Department of Education The Wzhitawen program offers college and career readiness to Native American students in four southern Pottawatomie County schools: Asher, Macomb, Maud and Wanette. Each year, one eighth-grade class is added to our four-year program. Presently, Channing Seikel and Joshua Bullock with Citizen Potawatomi Nation’s Department Read More »