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Redlands Community College students selected for state-wide, international study abroad experience
El Reno, OK – Two Redlands Community College students were selected to participate in an innovative cooperative of 14 Oklahoma community colleges to increase awareness of global, community service opportunities.
Hollie Skibstead and Stormy Vaughn will be traveling this summer to the Dominican Republic. They will aid in community-based, service work. The students were selected based on their commitment to academic studies and dedication to community service work.
Redlands Academic Team qualifies for 2015 Intercollegiate Division II Championship
The Redlands Academic Team has qualified to compete against peers at the nation’s top universities including: Yale, Princeton and Cornell after placing fourth in the national community college championship tournament and qualifying for the 2015 Intercollegiate Division II Championships.
Four exceptional Redlands students were recently honored at the state Capitol
Sophomores Macie Gillock, Union City and Emilee Peterson, West Point Nebraska and freshmen Nicho Cabral, Hennessey and Gabriel DeGroot, Piedmont were honored at the Oklahoma State Capitol.
According to President Bryant, “We were very proud to have these students represent Redlands at the Capitol. Their hard work in the classroom and in the community has resulted in these students being selected for two great honors programs. ”
Redlands English Composition II Course Offers Students Innovative Service-Learning Experience
El Reno, Okla. – Redlands Community College is piloting new service-learning programming in spring 2015 beginning with two sections of English Composition II taught for concurrent Redlands students at Mustang High School.
Governor Appoints Dr. Juanita Krittenbrink to Redlands Community College Board of Regents
Dr. Juanita Krittenbrink, a native of Okarche, joined the Redlands Community College Board of Regents on Feb. 12. She has been appointed by the Governor to complete the term left vacant by the resignation of Regent Tracey Wills. Dr. Krittenbrink’s appointment will conclude April 2018.
Redlands agriculture program continues winning ways in Fort Worth
The Redlands Community College Agriculture program added another strong showing to this year’s list of accomplishments. The Beef Show Team won a reserve division championship and multiple top placings at the recent Fort Worth Stock Show.
El Reno Masonic Lodge #50 and Redlands Community College Aggie Club raise money for scholarship fund
El Reno, Okla. – The 9th Annual El Reno Masonic Lodge and Redlands Community College Aggie Club Calf Fry raised $10,000 for Scholarships. The club raised $5,000 during the meal and live auction and the funds were matched by The Masonic Charity Foundation of Oklahoma.
Native American Art Student excels in Redlands Community College Fine Arts Program.
Anna Valdez a member of the Kickapoo Tribe has found success studying art at Redlands Community College in El Reno, Okla.
As President of the Art Club, a Member of the Academic Team, and a participant in the All Nations Living Learning Community, Anna Valdez of Binger Okla., has been very active in her first year of community college. She also holds down two part time jobs and is striving to begin her career as a professional artist.
Redlands Community College student excels through collaboration with Central Oklahoma Workforce Investment Board
Redlands Community College’s All Nations Business Institute recently collaborated with the Central Oklahoma Workforce Investment Board through an innovative on-campus internship program.
The connection with COWIB was made by Redlands President Jack Bryant. Bryant has served on the COWIB board since 2000 and was influential in creating this “real-world” learning experience at Redlands.
Redlands Academic Team Four Time State Champions
Redlands Academic A Team swept the state championship competition for the fourth year in a row and the Redlands Academic B Team finished third overall.