Murray State College is currently recruiting students to participate in a newly formed collegiate shooting sports team. The opportunity is open to current MSC students as well as those starting their freshman year in fall 2020.
Starting Monday March 30th, when you arrive on Campus, you will be directed to go to the front door of Patton Hall and call Campus Police at (580) 371-1140 , this will only take place on weekdays between the hours of 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
With the goal of preserving health for all, Murray State College will move to ALL ONLINE COURSE DELIVERY FOR THE REMAINDER OF SPRING SEMESTER 2020 and RESTRICT PUBLIC ACCESS TO CAMPUS.
Murray State College will begin virtual operation on Monday, March 23, 2020. Students in current online classes will continue as usual. In consideration of COVID-19 health concerns, face-to-face classes will be unavailable at all campuses and in all locations
Murray State College will not be returning to campus on March 23 as previously planned. It has been decided that lecture classes will convert to online instruction beginning March 30 until otherwise indicated.
Administrators at Murray State College are closely monitoring the evolving novel coronavirus (COVID-19) situation with regard to the health, safety and well-being of those on campus and in service-area communities at large.
The Murray State College Men’s Basketball Team entered their regional tournament, March 5, with 22 wins and only six losses overall and 13-and-three in regional play.
The Murray State College Women’s Basketball Team entered the first round of the NJCAA Division II Tournament at Oklahoma Baptist University with 18 wins and 12 losses and nine-and-seven in regional play
High school students graduating this year in Stephens County are encouraged to apply for Lynn Colbert Charitable Foundation scholarship funds at Murray State College. The late Lynn Colbert established his foundation to help Stephens County students fund their dreams of higher education
Murray State College has been awarded funding to support six students with tuition waivers and monetary stipends for the 2020-21 academic year. The Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education grant funding for this program to all colleges and universities in Oklahoma.
Murray State College Veterinary Nursing Department will offer spay and neuter services for pets in Johnston County on April 14, 2020.
The Murray State College Women’s Basketball Team hosted Northern Oklahoma College-Enid at Beames Fieldhouse Monday, February 24 in their final home game of the season.
Murray State College Men’s Basketball Head Coach Kevin O’Connor was named the NJCAA Division I Region II Coach of the Year for the 2019-2020 season. O’Connor and his Aggies had 22 wins and only six losses overall and went 13-and-three in regional play during the 2019-2020 regular season.
Murray State College has hired Te’a Elliot-Fox to serve as its student retention coordinator. She will serve as part of the Student Success Center staff which is housed in the Tishomingo campus library.
Murray State College has announced its selection as a grant recipient through the Native American Agriculture Fund (NAAF).
The Murray State College Education and Behavioral Sciences Division has hired Gabrielle Cook-Benkinne as the Scholars of Excellence in Child Development Program recruiter.
The Murray State College Softball Team took the field Friday, February 21 in Tishomingo for a double header versus Paris Junior College. The Aggies entered the games with seven wins and one loss this season and on a three-game winning streak.
The Murray State College Women’s Basketball Team went on the road Monday, February 17 to take on NOC-Tonkawa looking to win their ninth straight regional game and 10th straight game overall.
The Murray State Men’s Basketball Team came into their game February 17 against 12th-ranked Northern Oklahoma College-Tonkawa undefeated (12-0) in regional play, 21-and-three overall and ranked 10th in NJCAA national polls.
The Murray State College Student Success Center has recently hired Gary Webb to serve as the Student Success Center Director. Webb, a graduate of Murray State College with additional degrees from Southeastern and OSU, has spent the majority of his life working in public education.
MSC Students and Staff had the opportunity to meet with Oklahoma Speaker of the House Charles McCall and others as part of Higher Education Day 2020.
Coming off a convincing 93-67 win versus Western Oklahoma State College the previous week, the Murray State Men’s Basketball Team came into their game February 10 against regional rival Eastern Oklahoma State looking to extend their winning streak to 12 games.
Murray State College launched a global education program in 2014 that has allowed students to explore new and exciting places around the world.
On Monday, February 10, the Murray State College Women’s Basketball Team traveled to Wilburton on a seven-game winning streak and looking to avenge their five-point loss to the Eastern Oklahoma State College on January 9.
Last week, Murray State College Men’s Basketball Head Coach Kevin O’Connor was named HoopDirt.com Junior College Coach of the Week. Coach O’Connor’s Aggies are currently in the midst of an 11-game winning streak and currently ranked 17th in NJCAA Division I.
Coming off a bye week, the Murray State Men’s Basketball Team came into their game February 7 against regional rival Western Oklahoma State looking to extend their winning streak to 11 games.
On Tuesday, February 4, the Murray State College Women’s Basketball Team welcomed Cedar Valley College to Beames Fieldhouse. The Aggies, who were looking to secure their sixth straight win.
After dominating early and leading Connors State College 49-35 at halftime on January 27, the Murray State College Men’s Basketball Team had to rely on defense late to rebuff several late-scoring runs by the Cowboys.