GEAR UP Partnership Provides Online Learning for Teachers


December 2, 2013 – With help from a new Seminole State GEAR UP partner, Teachers and administrators at the partner schools have a new way to learn more about innovative approaches to reach students and help ensure their success. Recently, the OK, Go College! GEAR UP project made an agreement […]

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Students’ Summer Includes STEM


Sept. 1, 2013 – GEAR UP students had many opportunities this summer to experience the world of STEM. Several students attended the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education academies across the state. Academies attended included the Peek Into Engineering camp at Seminole State College; EDUCATE ME at Northeastern Oklahoma A&M […]

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Teachers Train in the Use of New Technology


September 1, 2013 – Teachers and administrators from the OK, Go College! partner schools received both training and equipment when they made the trip to the Seminole State College campus for the GEAR UP “Technology Boot Camp” before the students began their school year. Along with picking up the set […]

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Work of Volunteers Key to GEAR UP Success


August 15, 2012 – The Seminole State College Men’s Basketball team helped the GEAR UP staff add school supplies to book bags to be taken to 8th graders at the program’s 15 participating schools. And, the SSC Softball team took an afternoon off the field to help the staff prepare […]

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Technology+GEAR UP=Student Success


August 15, 2012 – Through use of grant funds, the Seminole State College GEAR UP staff recently provided each of the program’s partner schools with new TI-84 graphing calculators to assist 8th grade students covered by the partnership grant. “As technology continues to impact students and teachers, GEAR UP is […]

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Big News for SSC GEAR UP Grant


Seminole State College to receive new GEAR UP Grant U.S. Senator Jim Inhofe’s office received written confirmation on April 3 that the grant will be funded.  Seminole State College will receive $568,000 immediately for the first budget period of the grant.  Inhofe’s office said it is anticipated that the award […]

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