OSU Institute of Technology is offering opportunities for students and employees to learn more about Black History Month this February. Wednesday, Feb. 19, Miss Black OSU 2019, Aundrea Jackson, will visit OSUIT speaking to the campus about Acts of Activism.
Located in America’s heartland, OSUIT partners with global corporations to develop
academic coursework and practical training environments using industry-caliber equipment
to create a seamless classroom to career transition.
OSUIT is a leader in workforce and economic development for the state of Oklahoma.
By providing customized industry training, certificate programs, adult and continuing
education, and employability skills, we are creating career pathways that will bridge
our nation’s skills gap.
Nationally recognized as a military-friendly university, OSU Institute of Technology
is proud of a long heritage of serving veterans since 1946. OSUIT works with service
men and women to discover how their military skills and experiences can transfer into
college credits and helps them determine the degree program that will best suit their
needs and experiences.