Oklahoma Reach Higher students graduating from Oklahoma City Community College (OCCC).

Media Contact The Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education recently launched the newly designed Reach Higher website, targeting working adults with some college credit who wish to complete an associate or bachelor’s degree. The new site consolidates the multiple options available to adult students and provides simpler site navigation, a refreshed visual look and feel,…

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Oklahoma Reach Higher students from Oklahoma State University (OSU) Tulsa campus.

Are you one of the 300,000 Oklahomans who have completed some college, but did not finish your degree? If so, Reach Higher can help. Join us on Saturday, July 27, 2019, as we kick off Reach Higher: RECONNECT Week. Find a campus to visit during RECONNECT Week at www.ReconnectOK.org. By 2020, 30% of jobs in…

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RECONNECT WEEK - Reach Higher

College and university campuses and Tribal Higher Education offices across the state will be open for working adults and potential students during extended hours, July 29 through Aug. 1. Find locations, dates and times near you, or at your preferred campus, by viewing our map at www.reconnectok.org. Participating campuses and Tribal Higher Education departments with…

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RECONNECOK Week

Find out how you can finish your degree at a Reach Higher: RECONNECT event near you. There will be free, family-friendly activities at your local college or university on July 27. Find resources and a dedicated navigator to assist you in going back to college. Reach Higher: RECONNECT. Saturday, July 27, 2019. Get information about an event near you at www.reconnectok.org.

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Oklahoma Reach Higher students from Oklahoma City Community College (OCCC).

When adults consider going back to college, some do not see a way to fit college courses into already busy schedules. The Reach Higher: FlexFinish adult degree completion program offers a convenient, flexible and affordable opportunity for working adults to complete college or earn another degree. Courses taken through the Reach Higher program are available…

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Oklahoma Reach Higher student graduating from Cameron University.

Reach Higher: FlexFinish, an adult degree completion program offers a convenient, flexible and affordable opportunity for working adults to complete college or earn another degree. Returning to college as an adult is a great way to make a career transition, learn new skills, learn new subjects of personal interest and enhance marketability in a competitive…

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DirectComplete: Northeastern Oklahoma A&M

We officially launched Reach Higher: DirectComplete on November 14, 2018, and with our student interest form active online, we are currently recruiting students to enroll for the current semester. If you have not done so, please check out our DirectComplete webpages, and familiarize yourself with the student interest form and your institution’s contact page at…

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Northeastern Oklahoma A&M (NEOAM) Fire Dawgs.

The Reach Higher: DirectComplete program is focused on 100 critical occupations, as listed by the Oklahoma Works Critical Occupations list. Typically, financial aid support, supportive services and navigator assistance will be provided to nontraditional students pursuing degrees that are associated to a critical occupation at a Reach Higher: DirectComplete participating college or university. However, when…

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Reach Higher Direct Complete program signing

What: News conference with photo, video and news opportunity as the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education launch Reach Higher: DirectComplete, a new adult degree completion program When: 10 a.m., Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2018 Where: Oklahoma State Capitol, Blue Room, 2nd floor Who: State Regent Ann Holloway, Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education; Chancellor Glen D. Johnson; representatives from…

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2018 Reach Higher Reception

Approximately 150 Reach Higher students and their families, faculty, and representatives from participating Reach Higher institutions recently gathered at the Oklahoma History Center to honor current Reach Higher participants, 2018 graduates, faculty and other educational partners. Speakers included Chancellor Glen D. Johnson and former Oklahoma Secretary of State Dave Lopez, who inspired students to complete…

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