Redlands Community College, El Reno,
helped fund the Darlington Agricultural Center to help prepare students and producers for today's evolving agriculture industry.
Northwestern Oklahoma State University, Woodward, helped fund the new NOSU Woodward Campus that opened in 2008. The Woodward location offers students all classes for general education requirements and offers complete undergraduate degrees.
Rose State College, Midwest City, helped fund the new Health Sciences Center which houses degree programs such as nursing, radiology, clinical laboratory science and respiratory therapy.
Cameron University, Lawton, helped fund campus facility improvement projects to upgrade building exteriors and expand parking areas.
East Central University, Ada, helped fund the new 5,000-square-foot Hallie Brown Ford Fine Arts Center featuring a 1,000-seat theater.
Murray State College, Tishomingo, assisted in funding upgrades for distance learning classroom equipment and technology.
Rogers State University, Pryor, contributed funds toward a $1.3 million campus expansion to double its size. The additional 7,400-square-feet includes classroom and office space, a computer lab, commons area and restrooms.
Rogers State University, Bartlesville, helped fund facility upgrades and expansions to better support the higher education within Bartlesville and the surrounding communities.
Northern Oklahoma College, Tonkawa, helping build, expand and renovate
campus buildings for academic and administrative purposes.
Oklahoma Panhandle State University, Goodwell, helped fund the new Science and Agriculture Building featuring teaching and research laboratories and additional classrooms.
Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, helped construct the new Interdisciplinary Science Research Building, the single-largest project of the Oklahoma Higher Education Capital Bond Program. This high-tech 137,000-square-foot structure will include custom-designed facilities for research in biodiversity, biophysics, synthetic chemistry and advanced materials. Scheduled to be complete in Fall 2010. Assisting in the restoration and renovation of South Murray Hall. Also Assisted in funding renovations and repairs for McElroy Hall, a campus landmark, for the College of Veterinary Medicine.
Northeastern State University, Broken Arrow,
assisted in renovating its science building, developing its Enrollment Management Center and renovating areas of its Broken Arrow campus.
Oklahoma City Community College, Oklahoma City, helped with the expansion of the Health Professions Education Center.
Southeastern Oklahoma State University, Durant,
assisted in renovating its occupational safety and health, and theatre buildings and helped build a new general classroom building.
University of Central Oklahoma, Edmond,
assisted in funding the renovations of Old North, the first building of higher education in the state of Oklahoma. Also helped fund the construction of its forensic science building to be completed in Fall 2009.
Carl Albert State College, Sallisaw,
helped fund the Delores O'Guin Mitchell Library, a state-of-the-art electronic library.
University of Oklahoma, Norman,
helped fund the new Lissa and Cy Wagoner Student Services Center, a 34,500-square-foot multipurpose facility, for student academic services. Also assisted in financing the National Weather Center, the largest research center of its kind in the nation.
University of Oklahoma, Tulsa, helping fund the construction of a new 22,000-square-foot library building to support the educational, research and public service goals of the university.
Oklahoma State University, Oklahoma City Campus,
used funds to build its Agriculture Resource Center's conservatory,
a living laboratory of plant varieties. Helped finance its Public Safety Training Center, a 22,000 square foot building housing classes for students in police, fire and emergency medical technology, early care education, crime victim/survivor, and chemical abuse studies.
Langston University, Langston, assisted in funding the renovation and expansion of the Performing Arts Center and Allied Health Complex.
University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma, Chickasha, helped fund the redesign and reconstruction of historic Canning Hall and the expansion and restoration of the Art Annex.
Ardmore Higher Education Center, Ardmore, helped fund classroom expansions to better serve the educational needs of southern Oklahoma communities.
Eastern Oklahoma State College, Wilburton, assisted in funding for the new two-story Student Center, the first building constructed on the campus since 1968.
Southeastern Oklahoma State University, Idabel, assisted in funding the McCurtain County Branch Campus Allied Health Building and additional distance learning equipment.
Southwestern Oklahoma State University, Weatherford, helped build the new Hilltop Theatre, fund renovations to the Pharmacy, Chemistry & Physics Building, create new lecture halls in the Old Science Building and renovate the Technology and Engineering Building.
Southwestern Oklahoma State University, Sayre, helped fund upgrades of labs and ADA improvements.