CSC and Warner Receive Regents Business Partnership Excellence Award

Connors State College and the Town of Warner where honored for their economic partnership receiving the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education Business Partnership Excellence Award. Pictured are (L to R):  Lt. Governor Todd Lamb, Executive Director of CSC Development Foundation Ryan Blanton, Warner Town Councilwoman Barbara Watson, Warner Mayor Jack Tatum, SCS President Tim Faltyn, and OSRHE Chancellor Glen Johnson

Connors State College and the Town of Warner where honored for their economic partnership receiving the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education Business Partnership Excellence Award. Pictured are (L to R): Lt. Governor Todd Lamb, Executive Director of CSC Development Foundation Ryan Blanton, Warner Town Councilwoman Barbara Watson, Warner Mayor Jack Tatum, SCS President Tim Faltyn, and OSRHE Chancellor Glen Johnson

On March 11, 2014, Connors State College and the Town of Warner where honored for their economic partnership receiving the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education Business Partnership Excellence Award. The award, given annually, highlights successful partnerships between Oklahoma institutions of higher education and the business community.

Since its founding in 1908, the town of Warner and its residents have been steadfast supporters of CSC and its mission of higher education. On the Warner campus, the town of Warner partnered with CSC to provide $60,000 in signage, infrastructure and road improvements to beautify the college and community. The town of Warner provided an additional $80,000 for a new entrance road to alleviate congestion and increase the safety of students and the community traveling to the campus. Most importantly, the town of Warner has worked to provide more than $1 million for vital infrastructure improvements that ensures CSC provides exceptional facilities and educational opportunities to students and the community for many years to come.