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  • 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.

  • Posted on: 08 July, 2009

    Students from the western half of Oklahoma gathered at East Central University for three weeks in June as part of a grant program that allows them to earn master of education degrees with a library media specialist option. The 22 students participated in graduate level courses, field trips and activities.

  • Posted on: 07 July, 2009

    The Ada Artists Association scholarship is awarded to East Central University art student Marumi Abe (left) of Saitama, Japan. Dr. Brad Jessop, chair of the Art Department, congratulates Abe during the annual art awards reception in the University Gallery. The award was based on Abe's portfolio performance in the 54th Annual Student Exhibition.

  • Posted on: 06 July, 2009

    The East Central University Alumni Association will host an Ardmore Area Alumni Reunion on July 18 [SATURDAY].

    The event begins at 6 p.m. at the Café Alley located at 126 A. Street Northeast in Ardmore.

  • Posted on: 06 July, 2009

    Local businesses are participating in a new program in Ada called Project Invest -- Preparing Our Youngest Citizens.

    Project Invest was developed by East Central University's Child Care Resource & Referral Agency and Smart Start South Central to assist local child care providers, those who care for Ada's youngest citizens.

  • Posted on: 02 July, 2009

    With summer in full swing, a few reminders about pool safety are in order. According to the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), swimming pools can be very dangerous for children, especially toddlers. The following tips can help keep your children safe while enjoying summer swim time.

  • Posted on: 01 July, 2009


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