Giving to OSUIT

Giving to OSUIT

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To support campus priorities & scholarship projects contact Mae Bartel, associate director of development with the Oklahoma State University Foundation.

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Funding Priorities

Rendering of Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology

Campus Master Plan
One of the first steps in turning the campus master plan into a reality is to secure funding for projects covering all divisions, programs and offices at OSU Institute of Technology. It will take efforts from public and private sources to move the campus master plan forward into the next two decades.

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Campus Campaigns

The Cowboy Way: Supporting OSU

The Cowboy Way
The faculty and staff showed support for OSU by making contributions to funds within the OSU system between March 20 and April 21, 2017. Congratulations to all the prize winners. Plan to join next year’s Faculty and Staff Campaign, we want to thank you for supporting OSU - the Cowboy Way!

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Academic Scholarships

ART Plus: April 7 // Fly Loft Tulsa -

ART Plus | Student Scholarship Fundraiser
The School of Visual Communications held an art sale on April 7, 2017 at the Fly Loft in Tulsa from 5 to 7 p.m. ART Plus raised money for the OSUIT Visual Communications Student Scholarship Fund aimed at helping second-year Visual Communications students continue their education.

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Facility Dedications

GPA/GPSA Midcontinent Chapter Classroom
The Midcontinent chapter of GPA and GPSA, incorporated nonprofit trade associations, donated $25,000 toward classroom improvements for OSUIT’s Pipeline Integrity Technology program. The renovated classroom includes new teaching tools, technology and equipment, as well as classroom supplies and furniture. This most recent contribution, combined with other scholarship and excellence funds donated to the school since August 2013, brings a cumulative amount of $100,000 donated by the GPA/GPSA Midcontinent Chapter to OSUIT.

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Phillips 66 Classroom
The Texas-based energy company donated $25,000 for classroom improvements and $45,000 toward the development of a hands-on training facility for OSUIT’s newest program, Pipeline Integrity Technology. The renovated classroom includes new teaching equipment, furniture and décor, a first step in growing the program. The larger donation from Phillips 66 will be utilized to develop an outdoor corrosion training facility so students can get more hands-on training.

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SouthWestern Association Training Center
The $153,000 renovation has more than doubled the square footage of instructional space for the students pursuing the Associate in Applied Science degree in Diesel and Heavy Equipment. The Association funded the renovation through a capital campaign that enlisted the support of members and industry partners, including equipment manufacturers, who generously contributed to the effort.

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Outside view of the Chesapeake Energy Natural Gas Compression Training Center

Chesapeake Energy Natural Gas Compression Training Center
The public dedication of the $4.9 million facility was Sept. 25, 2013 on the OSU Institute of Technology campus. OSUIT President Bill R. Path, OSU President Burns Hargis, Chesapeake Oilfield Services Chief Executive Officer Jerry Winchester and Heavy Equipment and Vehicle Institute Division Chair Roy Achemire all spoke about the importance of this new center and the opportunities it brings to students entering the natural gas industry.

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