Internet and Phone Outage

Update

1/25 — All services should be fully restored at this time. Report any issues you may be encountering to rcrow@se.edu or call extension 5205.

1/24 — The Internet and faculty and staff email remain down as of 2 pm on Saturday.  Telephone service has been restored. Network Operations expects to have all services restored later this afternoon.

Important Notice

Internet access and telephone service to the McCurtain County Campus will be disrupted beginning at 12:30 pm on Friday, January 23 and ending by noon on Saturday, January 24. This will be a complete outage while workmen install new equipment in the datacenter.

Services like Blackboard and Campus Connect will be accessible from your home or other Internet provider. Southeastern Faculty and Staff email will be inaccessible, but, student email should work on an alternate Internet connection.

If you have questions prior to the outage, contact Richard Crow at extension 5205 or email rcrow@se.edu.

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Psych Students Prepare Sacks, Play Santa

Amidst the rush of the holiday season and the strain of preparing for finals, Southeastern Oklahoma State University students in Tammy Crow’s Psych of Adjustment class at the McCurtain County Campus took time out to help spread some Christmas cheer to local nursing home residents.

Students in Tammy Crow's Psych of Adjustment class prepared 77 gift bags for nursing home residents. The gifts were donated by past and present students.

Students in Tammy Crow’s Psych of Adjustment class prepared 77 gift bags for nursing home residents. The gifts were donated by past and present students.

Someone mentioned in a class discussion that there were people in nursing facilities without family to visit them or bring gifts during the holidays. The class decided they could make a small difference in the lives of these residents. The students committed to bring small gifts to class and make bags for the residents of one nursing home.

“We thought it would be a small project that we could do quickly,” Crow said.

But, the spirit of the season took hold. Students began discussing their project on Facebook. Soon others – many who were former students – wanted to participate too.

“It’s just overwhelming,” remarked student Gina Segraves. “I never expected this kind of response.”

By the time all the donations were collected, the class was able to prepare 77 gift bags – enough for the residents of two facilities, Broken Bow Health and Rehab and McCurtain Manor nursing home.

Segraves and fellow student Carley Harp delivered the bags to the nursing homes last week so that they would be ready when Santa was ready to distribute them.

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