CSC Student Following in Grandfathers’ Footsteps

Lee Stewart loves agriculture. His love for farming started at a young age, which was influenced by both his grandfathers (Tony Ellison and Evert Stewart) who were farmers in the Prague, OK area. It was that love that led him to Connors State College, which was noted for it’s outstanding agriculture curriculum. “I’ve always heard[…]


CSC President Goes Undercover

Just like the highly popular television program Undercover Boss, Connors State College’s newly appointed President Dr. Tim Faltyn, went undercover to see what was needed at CSC and get a perspective on the students needs on the Warner campus. Dr. Faltyn, who took over as CSC’s President on July 1 has been going at warp[…]


Science Camp Was a Big Hit

Connors State College hosted for the 20th year a Science Camp on the Warner campus in July.   Under the direction of Dr. Stuart Woods, instructor of Biological Science at Connors State College, young scientists will take part in Gear Up each week on the CSC campus. Gear Up is funded by the Oklahoma State[…]


Comedian Ron G Coming to CSC

Ron G one of the hottest upcoming comedians in Los Angeles is coming to Connors State College on August 16th. “G’’ will be performing at the Fine Arts Auditorium on the Warner Campus beginning at 8 p.m. It will be the first such entertainment in the remodeled facility.   This former class clown decided it[…]


CSC Nursing Program One of the Best in the State

 Connors State College’s nursing program is one of the best in the state, which is evident by its graduation rates. The CSC Nursing program under the direction of Charlotte Vaughn has consistently surpassed both the Oklahoma and national graduation rates for a nursing program. The first time National Certified Examines Registered Nursing candidate pass rate[…]


Marine Veteran Enjoying CSC Experience

Jeff Sweeten, 29-year-old, sophomore and combat veteran is having the time of his life at Connors State College. Sweeten served in the United States Marines for four years after working for United Parcel Service after graduating from high school. Sweeten’s first duty station after joining the Marines was in Okinawa, Japan. A station he described[…]


Canadian Team Captures Heartland Baseball Tournament Title

Connors State was among five sites for the three day Heartland Baseball Tournament held the last weekend of June under the direction of Cowboys head baseball coach Perry Keith. The tournament which began with four teams when it first began has grown to the current 20, went off without a hitch, according to Keith. “We[…]


CSC Nursing Students Involved With the Community

Connors State Nursing Department took part in the City of Muskogee Foundation Walk the Talk Challenge in July. Five Connors State nursing students, John Dean, third semester student; Suzanne Snow, second semester student; Adrianne Fletcher, second semester, student; Alli Brestol second semester student and instructor Diane Adair took part in the Challenge. “We all took[…]


Be A Champ Camp Was a Success

Connors State College’s Indoor Arena has been full of the sights and sounds of cattle, sheep and the enthusiasm of young people learning about the care of animals this summer. Over 500 youth, from ages 9 through 18 came from as far away as Alaska, Massachusetts North Carolina and even Australia to participate in the[…]

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