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  • Posted on: 11 February, 2011

    The second Oklahoma Victim Assistance Academy, designed to improve the quality and consistency of services to victims in Oklahoma, will be held June 5-10 at East Central University in Ada. Applications and all required documents must be received by Feb. 28. 

  • Posted on: 11 February, 2011

    Audience members probably won’t find their true love in a stranger they see across the crowded Ataloa Theatre, but East Central University is planning several enchanted evenings when “South Pacific” opens Thursday [FEB. 17] in the Hallie Brown Ford Fine Arts Center.

    Performances will begin at 7:30 p.m. Thursday through Friday and at 2 p.m. Sunday [FEB. 20].

  • Posted on: 08 February, 2011


  • Posted on: 07 February, 2011

    The 95th Interscholastic Meet scheduled Tuesday [FEB. 8] at East Central University has been cancelled because of school closings and road conditions. It will not be rescheduled.

    The meet annually draws about 1,500 high school students who compete in tests ranging from accounting to world history. ECU holds the oldest and largest interscholastic meet in Oklahoma.

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  • Posted on: 07 February, 2011

    Are you and your high school junior or senior trying to make a decision about which college to attend? If so, Tiger Connection, scheduled for Feb. 23, is the perfect opportunity to learn about what it’s like to be a college student at East Central University.

  • Posted on: 03 February, 2011

    Leah Lyon has a secret – and she’s not talking.

    Lyon, the project director of two federal grants at East Central University and an ECU graduate, could be the winner of another national cooking contest, the Cacique Go Autentico Recipe Contest. If so, she wins a week-long trip for two to Napa Valley and a five-day Culinary Institute of America Boot Camp vacation – or a mere $5,000 in cash.

  • Posted on: 26 January, 2011

    Students in East Central University’s School of Business are providing free tax assistance again this year to individuals with basic tax returns, particularly those with low and fixed incomes. They are participating in the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program now located at the Chickasaw Nation Community Center at the northeast corner of Mississippi and Arlington.

  • Posted on: 25 January, 2011

    Ed Hobbs, the Horne & Company professor in accounting at East Central University, makes sure his students can gain real-world experience before they graduate – and in a way that helps the community.

    Hobbs’ advanced students participate in the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program and provide free tax assistance to individuals with basic tax returns. They are providing that service again this year.


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