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Redlands Community College has always been a strong proponent of furthering arts as well as sciences. Throughout 2016's spring semester, we will be hosting a variety of events in the Redlands Art Gallery. As each event is made available, we will update our events, so stay tuned for some amazing work by fantastic artists, both well-known and rising stars.
Redlands Community College has received a $481,401 grant award from the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Rural Utility Service program. This grant allows Redlands Community College to purchase video conferencing equipment to upgrade the hub site on our campus, as well as providing upgrades for 29 end-user high school sites who participate in the Redlands concurrent enrollment program.
EL RENO, OK – Redlands Community College has been awarded a $1.9 million dollar grant by the U.S. Department of Education that will allow it to significantly enhance the instructional quality and graduation support Native American students and others interested in science-related careers can now receive.
The grant is part of the Department of Education’s Native American Serving Non-Tribal Institution (NASNTI) program, and is a capacity building grant designed for Native American and first-generation, disabled, or lower-income students.
Redlands Community College has received notification from the U.S. Department of Education that our Project AIMS (Academic Initiative to Motivate Students) a Federal TRiO Student Support Services grant, has been renewed through August 2020.
The $1.2 million, five year grant, serves 200 students who meet the criteria of first-generation, low-income, or disabled, providing them services that will increase participants GPA, retention, graduation, and transfer rates.
President’s Honor Roll and the Vice President’s Honor Roll for the spring 2015 semester
Redlands Students win top honors at Phi Theta Kappa Regional Conference
Redlands Community College students, advisors and administrators participated in the Regional Phi Theta Kappa Convention on April 3-4 at the University of Arkansas at Ft. Smith.
Redlands Students participate in Oklahoma’s Promise Day at State Capitol
Eight Redlands students and their faculty and staff mentors attended the first ever Oklahoma’s Promise Day at the State Capitol. Students representing Redlands included, Keira Auld, Rush Springs; Sidney Carolina, Oklahoma City; Brittany Hammons, Guthrie; Ashley LaGasse, Piedmont; Dylan Olson, Mustang; Kody Silas, Tecumseh; Thomas Van Gundy, El Reno; Destiny Washington, Watonga.
Enjoy Great Free Music and Support ESA Literacy Project
Redlands is proud to announce that two exceptional musicians will be performing a live concert on Monday, April 27 at 7 p.m. in the Redlands Cultural Center Auditorium. Edgar Cruz and Michael Kelsey are back by popular demand and will be performing an eclectic mix of Contemporary, Classical, Latin and even Progressive/Aggressive acoustic guitar.
Redlands All Nations Living/Learning Community Scholarships
Housing scholarships are available for Redlands Community College Students for the fall and spring semesters through the All Nations Business Institute. Students must be incoming freshmen or sophomores that will be enrolled full-time at Redlands.
According to the Interim Director for the NASNTI grant, Troy Milligan, “Applicants with Native American heritage majoring in business or general studies are given top priority; however, students from all backgrounds are encouraged to apply.”
Redlands student recognized for top honors at Research Day at the Capitol event
Hollie Skibstead an undergraduate researcher from Redlands Community College is one of twenty-four outstanding undergraduate student researchers representing 18 Oklahoma colleges and universities. Skibstead participated as an undergraduate student intern at the USDA-ARS Center in El Reno, Ok. Her presentation was entitled “The Effects of Land Use and Climate Variability in Reservoir Sedimentation.” Skibstead placed second in Regional University & Community College division.