Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology
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Oklahoma State University–Okmulgee
Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology, is a public and state-supported technical institution part of the Oklahoma State University System located in Okmulgee, Oklahoma (approximately 40 miles south of Tulsa). OSUIT has thirty-seven programs of study which include thirty-one programs of study towards an Associate in Applied Science degree, four programs towards an Associate in Science transfer degree, and three programs towards Bachelor of Technology degrees.
The school, historically known by the informal name Okmulgee Tech, has changed its official name several times, most recently in 2008 when it was changed to OSU Institute of Technology, to distinguish it from the rest of the OSU system as a school for applied technology.
Industry sponsors include:
- Caterpillar Inc.
- Ford Motor Company
- Gas Processors Association
- General Motors
- Phillips 66
- Toyota Motor Company
- Western Equipment Dealers Association
Before Oklahoma statehood, the site of the school had served as a Creek Nation orphanage from 1892 to 1906. In 1943 the United States Army acquired the site to serve under the jurisdiction of Camp Gruber as Glennan General Hospital, initially intended for U.S. troops but subsequently designated as a facility for treating prisoners of war (mainly Germans) captured in North Africa and elsewhere. After World War II ended, Oklahoma A&M acquired the camp and converted it into a branch campus, whose initial emphasis was vocational training for veterans, both male and female. The school has seen several name changes and received its current name in 2008.
|1946-1963||L. Keith Covelle||Director|
|1963-1983||Wayne W. Miller||Director|
|1983-2011||Robert E. Klabenes||President|
|2011–present||Bill R. Path||President|
|1946-1957||Oklahoma A. and M. College School of Technical Training|
|1957-1986||Oklahoma State University School of Technical Training|
|1986-1990||Oklahoma State University Technical Branch, Okmulgee|
|1990–2008||Oklahoma State University, Okmulgee|
|2008–present||Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology|
- "Degree Programs". osuit.edu. Retrieved 1 December 2014.
- "About OSUIT". osuit.edu. Retrieved 1 December 2014.
- "MidAmerica Industrial Park". http://maip.osuit.edu/. Retrieved 1 December 2014. External link in
- "Aggreko SelecTech". osuit.edu. Retrieved 1 December 2014.
- "CAT Dealer Prep". osuit.edu. Retrieved 1 December 2014.
- "Ford ASSET Program". osuit.edu. Retrieved 1 December 2014.
- "General Motors ASEP Program". osuit.edu. Retrieved 1 December 2014.
- "Komatsu ACT". osuit.edu. Retrieved 1 December 2014.
- "OSUIT dedicates new Phillips 66 classroom in Pipeline Integrity program". osuit.edu. Retrieved 12 May 2014.
- "Rolex Signs Education Agreement With OSUIT". osuit.edu. Retrieved 16 June 2008.
- "Toyota T-Ten Program". osuit.edu. Retrieved 1 December 2014.
- "Western Equipment Dealers Association program". osuit.edu. Retrieved 1 December 2014.
- Bill Corbett, "Prisoner of War Camps," The Encyclopedia of Oklahoma History and Culture, Oklahoma Historical Society (accessed October 27, 2017).
- " Looking Back to the Past for OSUIT’s 70th Anniversary", OSUIT, October 27, 2016.
- "Regents approve new name for OSU-Okmulgee". Retrieved 2 November 2015.
- "Wayne Miller to Step Down as Director of OSU's Okmulgee Tech", The Oklahoman, April 16, 1983.
- "Statement of Accreditation Status". Retrieved 2 November 2015.
- [OSU at Okmulgee: Centennial Histories Series, by Larry D. Davis]
Davis, Larry D. (1991) OSU at Okmulgee: Centennial Histories Series, Oklahoma State University.
- OSUIT home page
- Oklahoma State University System home page
- History of Oklahoma State University at Okmulgee, OSU digital library collection
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