• Now Enrolling For The Spring Semester
  • Academic Calendar

    Academic calendars are driven by the partnering universities. Each student should refer to the calendar of the university granting his or her degree. For the most part, these are very similar but be sure to check your schedule carefully to prevent any surprises. These schedules include enrollment dates, holidays, and final exams, too.

    Please check our semester schedules early, as we do post the first date that enrollment begins. We do not want you to miss an opportunity to enroll!


    Class Schedule

    Enrollment Monday-Thursday 8:00am-5:00pm and Friday 8:00am-4:00pm
    No Friday enrollments May-July 2019
    Title Date
    Classes Begin August 12
    End of Drop/Add & Registration Period August 16
    Labor Day Holiday September 2
    Mid-Term Examination Period September 30-October 1
    Fall Break October 17-18
    Last Day to Drop with Eval (AW, W, F, I) November 15
    Thanksgiving Break November 25-29
    Final Examination Period December 2-6
    Semester Ends December 6
    Final Grades Due from Faculty December 9
    Spring Intersession Begins December 27
    Advisement – Please call 580-319-0361 Enroll online at Campus Connect– www.se.edu/campusconnect
    Title Date
    Classes Begin August 19
    End of Drop/Add & Registration Period August 23
    Labor Day Holiday September 2
    Mid-Term Examination Period September 30-October 1
    Pre-Enrollment for Spring 2020 October 21-December 6
    Last Day to Drop with an “AW” or “W’’ (16 week course) November 8
    Thanksgiving Break November 25-29
    Final Examination Period December 9-13
    Semester Ends December 15
    Final Grades Due from Faculty December 17
    Advisement – Please call 580-319-0360
    Title Date
    Classwork Begins August 12
    End of Drop/Add & Registration Period August 23
    Labor Day Holiday September 2
    Last Day to Drop with an “AW” or “W’’ (8 week course) September 20
    Mid-Term Examination Period September 30-October 4
    Last Day to Drop with an “AW” or “W’’ (16 week course) November 1
    Thanksgiving Break November 25-29
    Final Examination Period December 2-6
    Semester Ends December 6
    Final Grades Due from Faculty December 9
    Enrollment Monday-Thursday 8:00am-5:00pm and Friday 8:00am-4:00pm
    Title Date
    Current Student Enrollment Begins November 4
    Open Enrollment Begins November 11
    Classes Begin January 13
    Add Period Ends January 17
    Drop Period Ends January 27
    Holidays Jan 20, Mar 16-20, Apr 10
    Finals May 4-8
    Semester Ends May 8
    Advisement – Please call 580-319-0361 Enroll online at Campus Connect– www.se.edu/campusconnect
    Title Date
    Online Enrollment Begins October 14, 2019
    Classes Begin January 13, 2020
    Last Day to Add a Class; Drop with Refund & No Grade January 17
    Last Day to Drop with W April 10
    Holidays Jan 20, Mar 16-22, Apr 10
    Finals May 4-8
    Semester Ends May 8
    Advisement – Please call 580-319-0360
    Title Date
    Pre-Enrollment Oct21-Dec 6, 2019
    Classwork Begins January 21, 2020
    End of Drop/Add & Registration Period February 3
    Holidays Jan 20, Mar 16-20
    Last Day to Drop with W April 10
    Finals May 11-15
    Semester Ends May 15
    Enrollment Monday-Thursday 8:00am-5:00pm and Friday 8:00am-4:00pm
    No Friday enrollments May-July 2019
    See Calendar
    Advisement – Please call 580-319-0361 Enroll online at Campus Connect– www.se.edu/campusconnect
    See Calendar
    Advisement – Please call 580-319-0360
    See Calendar
    Enrollment Monday-Thursday 8:00am-5:00pm and Friday 8:00am-4:00pm
    See Calendar
    Advisement – Please call 580-319-0361 Enroll online at Campus Connect– www.se.edu/campusconnect
    See Calendar
    Advisement – Please call 580-319-0360
    See Calendar
    Class Schedule
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    Degree Options One of the great things about the University Center is the variety of opportunities available to you! We have degrees available from three excellent partnering universities. Students can earn associate’s, bachelor’s, and master’s degrees all in one location. Unsure which degree is right for you? We have help for that, too, in our Education Opportunity Center. Learn more below!

    Degrees

    New Course Opportunities +

    MURRAY STATE COLLEGE

    ASSOCIATE OF APPLIED SCIENCES

    Business Management +
    Business Management– Administrative Accounting Option +
    Business Management– Medical Office Assistant Option +
    Business Management– Retail Management Option +
    Child Development+
    Computer Information Systems+

    ASSOCIATE OF SCIENCE

    Arts and Sciences+
    Behavioral Science-Psychology Option +
    Behavioral Science-Sociology Option+
    Business +
    Business–Hospitality Management Option +
    Computer Science+
    Criminal Justice+
    Elementary Education+
    Enterprise Development – Business Administration Option +
    Enterprise Development – General Studies Option +
    Health, Wellness and Human Performance +
    International Studies – Business Option +
    International Studies –Interdisciplinary Option +
    Science+

    ASSOCIATE OF ARTS

    Child Development +
    Communication & Performance Studies – Communication Option +
    Communication & Performance Studies – Musical Theatre Option +
    Communication & Performance Studies – Theatre Option +
    Enterprise Development – Business Administration Option +
    Enterprise Development – General Studies Option +
    See Full Catalog
    Contact an Advisor
    580-319-0370 advisement@mscok.edu

    BACHELORS DEGREES

    SOUTHEASTERN OKLAHOMA STATE UNIVERSITY*

    Criminal Justice+
    Elementary Education+
    Special Education+
    Liberal and Applied Studies+
    Psychology+
    Sociology+

    *May require taking courses online or in Durant

    ONLINE WITH ARDMORE FACULTY

    Marketing Bachelor of Business Administration
    Management Bachelor of Administration
    Early Intervention and Child Development
    See Full Catalog
    Contact an Advisor
    Andrea Bryant
    580-319-0361 arbryant@se.edu

    LANGSTON UNIVERSITY

    Bachelor Degree in Nursing +
    Mission Statement+
    Vision Statement+
    Frequently Asked Questions Admission Procedures & Requirements Apply Now
    Contact an Advisor
    Becky Vladyka
    580-319-0337 becky.vladyka@langston.edu

    TRIO Educational Opportunity Center (EOC)

    Counselors are waiting to help with your higher education quest. The Education Opportunity Center is a federally-funded program that helps adults 19 and over enter or re-enter post-secondary education. This outstanding resource is free and offers help with financial aid, career exploration and admissions applications. Feel free to contact the wonderful counselors at the EOC who are always happy to help students get started and stay the course.

    Kirk Rushing
    580-223-4476

    Autumn Godwin
    580-226-7362

    RONDA PICKENS, MSC STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES

    Ardmore
    580-319-0312

    Tishomingo
    580-387-7262

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