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Cameron Psychology Clinic to relocate to east side of Cameron campus
By janwilli - 8/16/2019

The Cameron Psychology Clinic, an educational facility that allows Cameron University graduate students pursing a Master of Science in Behavioral Sciences degree in either the Counseling Track or the Marriage and Family Track to undergo experiential learning, is relocating to the Cameron campus. Renovations to the east side of the Communication Building are underway. The CPC will have a dedicated entrance at 275 SW 27th Street, with parking available on 27th street between A Avenue and B Avenue. The relocated facility will open this fall.

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Cameron University fall semester begins August 19
By janwilli - 8/15/2019

Classes for the Fall 2019 semester at Cameron University begin on Monday, August 19. Activity on campus has been ramping up in recent weeks, as students have already been checking out the new bookstore, obtaining parking permits, and networking to get the scoop on what they can expect from their professors. Members of CU’s various athletic teams are already prepping for fall competition, while new academic teams such as esports and Speech and Debate are recruiting potential all-stars. The Academic Advising Center is a hub of activity, with staff members assisting those who still trying to refine the ideal class schedule.

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Cameron University to conduct All-State/All-Region Choir Workshop for middle and high school students
By janwilli - 8/14/2019

The Cameron University Department of Art, Music and Theatre Arts will conduct a choir workshop for high school and middle school students to help them prepare for All-State and All-Region competitions. The middle school workshop will take place on Saturday, August 24, and the high school workshop is slated for Saturday, August 31. Both will run from 9 a.m. until Noon and will be held in the Music Building on the east side of the Cameron campus. There is no charge to attend, and no reservation is needed. For more information, contact Dr. Christian Morren at Cmorren@cameron.edu or 581-2531.

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Cameron University kicks off Welcome Week with Back to School Block Party for students
By janwilli - 8/14/2019

Cameron University will kick off the Fall 2019 semester with a Back to School Block Party on Sunday, August 18 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. in Bentley Gardens. The fun-filled event will welcome students to campus with a variety of activities before the onset of classes on Monday, August 19.

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Cameron University enters esports arena with state-of-the-art facility
By janwilli - 8/13/2019

Cameron University is adding a new type of student sports team, although these players won’t be found on the basketball or tennis court, on a golf course or running track. Instead, they will make up CU’s new esports (from electronic sports) team, where players compete in digital arenas in multi-layer video game competitions. Collegiate esports is becoming one of the fastest-growing student activities on campuses across the country, and Cameron University is joining the field of competition.

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Cameron University celebrates its high school concurrent students
By janwilli - 8/12/2019

For more than a decade, Cameron University has provided concurrent enrollment opportunities for high school juniors and seniors in addition to providing tuition waivers for most participants. Since August 2018, more than 350 high school students participated in concurrent enrollment on the Lawton or Duncan campus, earning more than 1,800 college credits.

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Cameron University B.S. in Organizational Leadership ranked #14 on list of Most Affordable Online Business Degrees
By janwilli - 8/10/2019

Cameron University’s Bachelor of Science in Organizational Leadership has been named as one of the 50 Most Affordable Online Business degrees in the nation by TheBestSchools.Org, an independent organization that researches numerous aspects of higher education and compiles rankings based on that research. CU’s B.S. in Organizational Leadership ranks 14th on the list.

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Jonna Turner named Cameron University Director of Alumni Relations
By janwilli - 7/19/2019

Jonna Turner has been selected as Cameron University’s Director of Alumni Relations. She has been a member of the Cameron staff since 2006, most recently as Director of Events Management. She will step into her new role on August 12.

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Coffee with Cameron comes to Duncan’s Viridian Coffee
By janwilli - 7/19/2019

Coffee with Cameron, hosted by the Cameron University Office of Admissions, comes to Duncan’s Viridian Coffee on Thursday, August 1. Prospective students are invited to stop in for a cup of coffee between 7 a.m. and 6 p.m. to learn about applying for admission, academic programs, financial aid, and more. Each prospective student who inquires about Cameron University will receive a “coffee coupon” entitling them to a free cup of coffee. Bonus: if you apply online while visiting with CU representatives at Viridian, the $20 application fee will be waived. Viridian Coffee is located at 1406 W. Main Street in Duncan.

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Cameron University names Spring 2019 graduates
By janwilli - 7/19/2019

Cameron University is pleased to announce the names of students who completed graduation requirements at the end of the Spring 2019 semester.

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Enjoy “Coffee with Cameron” at Viridian Coffee
By janwilli - 7/8/2019

The Cameron University Office of Admissions invites prospective Aggies to enjoy “Coffee with Cameron” on Thursday, July 25 at Viridian Coffee, located at 343 N. 2nd Street in Lawton. Stop by anytime between 7 a.m. and 6 p.m. to enjoy a cup and to learn about academic programs, financial aid, and more. Each prospective student who inquires about Cameron University will receive a “coffee coupon” entitling them to a free cup of coffee. Bonus: if you apply online while visiting with CU representatives at Viridian, the $20 application fee will be waived.

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Cameron University launches Legacy Admissions Program for children and grandchildren of graduates
By janwilli - 7/8/2019

The Cameron University Office of Admissions and Office of Alumni Relations have joined forces to create the Legacy Admissions Program, an initiative developed to benefit children and grandchildren of CU alumni. For the 2019-20 academic year, Oklahoma residents who qualify for the program will receive an application fee waiver and a housing waiver. Qualified non-Oklahoma residents, including international students, will receive the application fee waiver and a non-resident tuition waiver allowing them to pay in-state tuition. The program is available to full-time undergraduate students.

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Cameron University tuition and fees unchanged in new budget
By janwilli - 6/28/2019

The approval of Cameron University’s operating budget for 2019-20 by the university’s governing board means good news for current and incoming students. Tuition and mandatory fees will not increase for FY 20, pending approval by the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education. The University of Oklahoma, Cameron University and Rogers State University Board of Regents earlier this week approved a $45,988,780 operating budget with more than $34 million earmarked for student instruction, academic support, student scholarships and tuition waivers, and student services during the upcoming academic year.

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Cameron University announces promotions for Camp, Kingsley
By janwilli - 6/26/2019

Cameron University has announced the promotions of Susan Camp and Dr. Margery Kingsley, effective July 1. The action was approved by the University of Oklahoma, Cameron University and Rogers State University Board of Regents yesterday.

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Cameron University Foundation establishes endowed lectureship and scholarship commemorating alumnus and NFL player Francis Peay
By janwilli - 6/26/2019

The Cameron University Foundation is pleased to announce the establishment of the Francis Peay Endowed Lectureship in Athletic Training and the Francis Peay Endowed Memorial Scholarship in Athletics, both commemorating the life of the late Cameron alumnus, who played in the NFL for eight years. The endowments were made possible by a $60,000 gift from Peay’s daughter, Aryca Peay-Woodson of Indianapolis, Ind.

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Cameron University alumna of elementary education program hosted by Rogers State University named one of Oklahoma’s top 20 novice teachers
By janwilli - 6/21/2019

The Teaching & Leading Initiative of Oklahoma (TLI) has recognized a Cameron University alumna as one of the top 20 novice teachers in the state. Kimberly Morgan is a 2017 magna cum laude graduate who earned a Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education from the CU program hosted by Rogers State University in Claremore. She was selected as part of TLI’s first 20 Under 2 list. The list celebrates emerging teacher leaders, high performers and novice educators who make Oklahoma’s future look bright. The 20 honorees, each of whom has been in the classroom for two years or less, were selected based on outstanding classroom culture, academic results, and contributions to Oklahoma’s public schools.

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Cameron University students inducted into Psi Chi, international honor society in psychology
By janwilli - 4/30/2019

The Cameron University Department of Psychology recently inducted seven students into Psi Chi, the international honor society in psychology. Psi Chi’s mission is to recognize and promote excellence in the science and application of psychology. Membership is open to students who are majoring or minoring in psychology.

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Cameron University announces Spring 2019 honor rolls
By janwilli - 6/12/2019

Cameron University has announced the President’s and Dean’s honor lists for the Spring 2019 semester. To make the President’s Honor Roll, undergraduate students must be enrolled full-time (carrying at least 12 hours of classes) and maintain a straight A average (4.0). The Dean’s Honor Roll requires a B average (3.00-3.99).

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Justin Streater named Cameron University Director of Financial Assistance Services
By janwilli - 6/11/2019

Justin Streater has been selected as Cameron University’s Director of Financial Assistance Services, pending approval by The University of Oklahoma, Cameron University and Rogers State University Board of Regents.

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Cameron Army ROTC cadets commissioned as second lieutenants
By janwilli - 6/4/2019

Cadets from Cameron University's Army Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) program were commissioned as Second Lieutenants (2LT) during a ceremony held at in the Cameron University Theatre in May.

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Cameron University chapter of Phi Sigma Iota holds initiation banquet
By janwilli - 6/4/2019

Cameron University's Delta Rho Chapter of Phi Sigma Iota, the Foreign Language International Honor Society, welcomed new members during its Spring Initiation Banquet. Phi Sigma Iota recognizes outstanding ability and achievement in the study or teaching of academic fields related to foreign language, literature or culture. Inducted into the Delta Rho chapter were CU students Brittany Donley, Cache; Theresa Fletcher and Lizette Ross, Lawton; Lisa Monroy-Garcia, Elgin; and Ellenette Welborn, Duncan.

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Cameron University’s George D. Keathley Department of Military Science honors Army ROTC cadets with awards
By janwilli - 5/10/2019

Cameron University’s George D. Keathley Department of Military Science presented awards and scholarships to members of the Comanche Battalion, Cameron’s Army ROTC Unit, during a ceremony held last week. The Comanche Battalion annually recognizes cadets for meritorious performance in the areas of military science, academics, physical fitness, personal achievement and leadership. Awards are sponsored by the Department of the Army; national and local societies, organizations, businesses and private individuals.

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Cameron University Department of Education presents awards
By janwilli - 5/10/2019

The Cameron University Department of Education recently celebrated the accomplishments of its students with awards.

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Cameron University theatre arts students honored
By janwilli - 5/9/2019

Cameron University’s Department of Art, Music, and Theatre Arts had its 2018-2019 Theatre Arts awards ceremony celebrating the accomplishments of their students this past year with a season celebrating “Where Everything Comes Together!”

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Cameron University residential students honored with awards
By janwilli - 5/9/2019

Cameron University’s Resident Hall Association (RHA) honored students who live on campus during a recent celebration. Resident Hall Association promotes community building and socialization among residents. Each resident assistant (RA) selected two honorees, one to be named Most Valuable Resident and one recognized with an award created by the RA, to recognize residents who furthered the RHA mission.

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Cameron University Department of Social Sciences publishes fifth volume of CHiPS, an undergraduate research journal
By janwilli - 5/9/2019

The Cameron University Department of Social Sciences has released the fifth volume of CHiPS: The Cameron University Undergraduate Research Journal in Criminal Justice, History, Political Science and Sociology. The volume features the research of Cameron undergraduates Sandi Colby, Kylie Dew-O’Bryant, Brittany Hutchinson and Justin Rose. CHiPS, which features student research papers in the fields of criminal justice, history, political science, sociology and geography, can be viewed online at www.cameron.edu/history_government/chips. Printed copies are available in the Department of Social Sciences.

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Cameron University psychology students score in 93rd percentile on national assessment
By janwilli - 5/1/2019

Each semester, Cameron University psychology students take the Area Concentration Achievement Test (ACAT), a tool utilized by universities nationwide to assess content knowledge and retention by students at the completion of their major field of study. Two CU students, Dominique Bradley, Lawton, and Leslie Brown, Walters, scored in the 93rd percentile nationally.

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Cameron University Department of Social Sciences names Outstanding Majors
By janwilli - 5/1/2019

The Cameron University Department of Social Sciences has honored six students as “Outstanding Major of the Year” in Political Science, History, Social Studies Education, Sociology and Criminal Justice, the five degree programs that comprise the academic unit.

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Cameron University’s KCCU recognized with Regional Edward R. Murrow Award
By janwilli - 4/30/2019

KCCU, Cameron University’s public radio station, has been honored with a regional Edward R. Murrow Award for Excellence in Innovation by the Radio Television Digital News Association. The award recognizes legacy radio or television news organizations that innovate their product to enhance the quality of journalism and the audience’s understanding of news. KCCU, along with KGOU, KOSU and KWGS, partnered to create the Oklahoma Public Media Exchange (OPME) to create “Oklahoma Engaged,” a statewide 2018 election project. As the winner of a regional award, the project is automatically entered in the national Edward R. Murrow Awards.

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Cameron University Department of Psychology presents Major of the Year Awards
By janwilli - 4/29/2019

The Cameron University Department of Psychology recently honored five students with Major of the Year awards during its departmental Student Recognition Ceremony.

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