The Muskogee County Commissioners received the Regents Business Partnership Excellence Award from the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education in recognition of their partnership with Connors State College on March 8th.
The Muskogee County Commissioners have been steadfast partners with Connors State College in ensuring the continued economic and social wellbeing that higher education provides to the residents of Muskogee County. In 2014 and 2015, the Muskogee County Commissioners assisted the college by repairing and revitalizing several roads and entrances on both the Warner and Muskogee Port Campuses. College Road, the main road through the Warner Campus was repaved and repainted, and other roads damaged by record rainfall were also repaired.
The Commissioners also provided additional assistance with major force main infrastructure upgrades, material hauling for farm and athletic field repair, and various other projects across campus saving the college both time and additional costs. More importantly, the Commissioners actively engage with CSC programs and students on a personal level, dedicating their time to attend functions and support athletic, community, and scholarship activities.
Connors State College is a proud partner of the Muskogee County Commissioners in accomplishing our mission to build a better community in eastern Oklahoma said CSC President, Dr. Tim Faltyn.