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  • Posted on: 11 August, 2008

    Local businesses are welcome to participate in East Central University's Howdy Fair on Monday [AUG. 18], the first day of fall semester classes. Businesses will have an opportunity to acquaint students with their services from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on the University Center lawn.

    The Howdy Fair is part of ECU's Welcome Week from Monday through Aug. 22 [FRIDAY]. In past years the businesses have provided "welcome goodies" for students.

  • Posted on: 06 August, 2008

    East Central University is looking for artifacts, memorabilia and stories to commemorate its history as the university prepares to celebrate its centennial in 2009.

    Examples of ECU artifacts and memorabilia include photographs of campus events, postcards, pennants, copies of early diplomas, event programs, scrapbooks, newspaper articles and books written by alumni and/or faculty.

  • Posted on: 05 August, 2008

    Regular walk-in enrollment for the fall semester at East Central University is underway until classes begin on Aug. 18 [MONDAY].

    Beginning freshmen who have not yet applied for admission to the university must have their application paperwork turned in and processed by the Office of Admissions and Records before Aug. 15 [FRIDAY]. Once new students are registered, they should go to the Academic Advising Center any weekday from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.

  • Posted on: 05 August, 2008

    The top graduates were named by East Central University's Department of Business Administration and scholarships were presented to students in an awards ceremony this spring.

    Distinguished Business Administration Graduate awards were presented to Matt Harp of Ada, a business administration/general business major, and Carrie Welch of Stonewall, a business administration/finance major.

  • Posted on: 04 August, 2008

    Tori Petete of Ada has been named East Central University's Distinguished Accounting Graduate for 2008.

    Recipients of Outstanding Accounting Graduate Awards were Rhonda Maness of McAlester, Sian Phipps of Davis and December 2007 graduate Jeremy Wood of Ada.

    The awards were presented at the School of Business' spring awards ceremony.

  • Posted on: 04 August, 2008

    ECU's Communications and Marketing Department garnered six awards during the annual competition of the Oklahoma College Public Relations Association. The department includes Amy Ford, director; Jill Frye, assistant director; Gina Smith, marketing coordinator; Ryan Wetherill, web manager; and Susan Ingram, administrative assistant.

  • Posted on: 01 August, 2008

    A new graduate degree designed to prepare students to move into authority positions in manufacturing, government, not-for-profit entities, public accounting firms and other organizations marks the latest expansion of East Central University's School of Business.

    The master of science in accounting (MSA) degree program is now underway and applications are being accepted for classes that begin this fall.

  • Posted on: 28 July, 2008

    Ada Area Success by 6 has a new name - Ada Area Smart Start. It will continue to be the same program but will be expanded into Garvin, Johnston and Murray Counties.

    Smart Start is Oklahoma's statewide early childhood initiative. Through a shared commitment, active collaboration and innovative leadership, Smart Start seeks to provide better opportunities for the state's children and families.

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