Student Success and Career Advisor
OSUIT's School of Transportation and Heavy Equipment offers programs designed to give students the skills they need to find work in today's competitive job market. In the School of Transportation and Heavy Equipment, we work with industry partners such as Ford, General Motors, Toyota, and more.
- CAT Dealer Prep (AAS)
- Ford ASSET (AAS)
- General Motors ASEP (AAS)
- Komatsu ACT (AAS)
- MOPAR CAP (AAS)
- NAEDA Agricultural Equipment Technician (AAS)
- Pro-Tech (AAS)
- Toyota T-TEN (AAS)
- Truck Technician (AAS)
The faculty in our programs are highly experienced technicians who have worked for and with a varied clientele locally, regionally and nationally. These are practicing professionals who continue to work and bring their expertise into the classroom every day. Their skills, dedication, and the extent of their experience help prepare our students for a strong, successful future.
OSU Institute of Technology prides itself on industry partner relationships. Each technical program at OSUIT has an Advisory Committee comprised of industry experts who work closely with faculty and staff to assure excellence in OSUIT's programs of study. Learn more about the companies OSUIT partners with.
Connect With Us
For questions about STHE programs or enrollment, please contact Program Support Strategist Danny Coon at 918-925-2755 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or Student Success & Career Advisor Jessica McCall at 918-293-4710.
OSUIT School of Transportation and Heavy Equipment
1801 E. 4th Street
Okmulgee, OK 74447
His educational credentials and industry-specific certifications include an Associate of Applied Science in Diesel & Heavy Equipment Technology from OSUIT in 1983, an Associate of Arts in General Studies from Connors State College in 2001, a Bachelor of Science in Technical and Industrial Education from Oklahoma State University in 2003, and a Master of Science in Teaching, Learning, and Leadership with emphasis on Administration & Curriculum Development from Oklahoma State University in 2005. He is also recognized with an Oklahoma Teaching Certification for Trade/Industrial Education, grades 6-12, a Technology Center Standard Administrator Credential and an Oklahoma Teaching Certification for Secondary Principal.
Lindsey has been employed with OSUIT since 1995 when he began as a faculty instructor for the Heavy Equipment Vehicle Institute. Since then, he has also been Lead Instructor for both the ATC Freightliner Technology Program and the MHC Kenworth Truck Technology Program. Prior to becoming dean of the School of Transportation & Heavy Equipment, Lindsey served as dean for the School of Diesel & Heavy Equipment, interim dean for the School of Automotive Technologies and was also the Assistant Division Chair for the Heavy Equipment and Vehicle Institute from 2011 to 2015.
He brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the School of Transportation & Heavy Equipment. His leadership efforts have served the industry well, also serving in several advisory roles. He is currently serving on the Diesel Technology Advisory Board for Central Technology Center and Kiamichi Technology Center. He is currently pursuing a PhD in Occupational Education from Oklahoma State University.