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  • Posted on: 05 August, 2009

    Regular walk-in enrollment for the fall semester at East Central University is underway until classes begin on Aug. 17 [MONDAY].

  • Posted on: 05 August, 2009

    Freshmen Orientation and Welcome Week events are ready for students returning to East Central University for the start of classes on Aug. 17 [MONDAY].

    Students can begin moving into residence halls at 8 a.m. Aug. 15 [SATURDAY]. Tiger Streak 2009, ECU's freshman orientation, will begin Saturday afternoon.

  • Posted on: 01 August, 2009

    Six East Central University students have undergone a grueling week of eight- to 10-hour rehearsals this summer learning a new work choreographed by guest artist Chia-Chi Chang, a freelance performer, teacher, and choreographer.

  • Posted on: 01 August, 2009

    Hilary Sanchez, a 2009 graduate of Wetumka High School, has been named a Gates Millennium Scholar and will attend photo of Hilary SanchezEast Central University this fall.

  • Posted on: 01 August, 2009

    A new $500,000 grant has been awarded to East Central University to continue its Veterans Workforce Investment Program, this time with an emphasis on green energy jobs which require licenses and certifications.

    ECU received one of 17 grants totaling more than $7.5 million from the U.S. Department of Labor to provide approximately 3,000 veterans with job training to help them succeed in civilian careers. ECU hopes to serve 160 eligible veterans in 2009-10.

  • Posted on: 22 July, 2009

    This past weekend at the alumni reunion in Ardmore, the East Central University Alumni Association announced its Centennial Fundraising Campaign to raise $100,000 to benefit future students and the university.

  • Posted on: 15 July, 2009

    A practice Law School Admission Test will be offered Saturday [JULY 18] at East Central University. A good score on the LSAT is necessary to be admitted to law school.

  • Posted on: 09 July, 2009

    A trip to East Central University last April by recruiters looking for American teachers for a new school in China has evolved into a partnership agreement that will allow Chinese teachers to earn master's degrees from ECU.

    The agreement was signed by Dr. Duane C. Anderson, as interim president of ECU, and Thomas Wallis, chairman of the Macau Song Qing Ling Foundation International Education Center. Wallis was one of the recruiters.


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