(Native American Serving Non Tribal Institutions)
In October 2021, the Seminole State College NASNTI Program was awarded a 5-year grant. The grant will allow NASNTI to revitalize and expand its Computer Science Program to bring it up to date with industry standards while adding options in Security, Programming, and Esports. The grant also supports upgrades in IT infrastructure and establishes necessary equipment in lab spaces to support updated and specialized computer science instruction. The NASNTI Program will also develop seminars (face to face), videos/modules (online), and Talking Circles to address academic success skills, technology skills, civic/professional skills, cultural awareness, and wellbeing/resilience skills.
Within the five years, the NASNTI team will work closely with contractual disability service experts to design foundational courses to align with principles for Universal Design Learning and strengthen support for online students with disabilities by appointing a disability service professional development leader to conduct two interactive training workshops on best practices for supporting students with disabilities in an online learning environment. NASNTI will also establish an Access Lab on campus that will provide flexible access to computers equipped with assistive devices and software for students with disabilities.
NASNTI Access Lab
Coming to campus in Spring 2023!
An Access Lab will be established Spring of 2023 in the David Boren Library, room 125. The lab will have a part-time Access Lab Assistant to assist students with disabilities in using new assistive devices and software. The assistive devices available will be, but are not limited to, Ablenet Keys Large Print, SciPlus 3300 Talking Calculator, Slip-On Typing Keyboard Aid, and the Super EAr FM Wireless Set. The software will consist of the enhanced usage of Microsoft 365, such as online tools to assist with literacy, note taking, test-taking, online mind mapping tools, online tools to provide accommodations in math, and online learning support tools for reading and writing.
- Seminole State College Scholarships
- Summer Enrichment Program - Charles B. Rangel
- Benjamin A. Gilman Internatonal Scholarship
- Full Circle Scholarship
- American Indian Graduate Center Scholarships
- American Indian Education Fund Scholarship
- American Indian Services Scholarship
- Association on American Indian Affairs
- Continental Society Daughters of Indian Wars
- Community Compact Inc.
- DAR American Indian Scholarship
- American Indian Science and Engineering Society
- Society for American Archaeology
- Oklahoma Indian Gaming Association
- Indigenous Education Inc.
- Indian Health Service Scholarship
- Marine Corps
- Native American Journalists Association
- Catching the Dream Scholarship
- NativeVision Scholarship
- Don’t Text & Drive Scholarship
- American Indian College Fund
- American Indian Nurse Scholarship
- American Indian Services
- Cobell Scholarship
- The Nicholas Costa Undergraduate Scholarship
- National Scholarship for College Students With Disabilities
- Planning and Designing Your ePortfolio by Brett King
- From the Classroom to the Computer by Kendall Rogers
- Engaging Learners in the Classroom by Dr. Brett King
- Self-Care during stressful times by Dr. Melissa Lewis
- Student Zoom training by Emily Carpenter
- Transfer Tips from SSC Help Center
- Transfer Tips from SSC Police Department
- Transfer Tips from SSC Financial Aid Department
- Transfer Tips from Citizens of Potawatomi Nation
- Transfer Tips from SSS/STEM Department
Student Support Specialist
Kay Wallace began her employment with Seminole State College in September of 2013 as the Student Engagement Specialist for NASNTI. Kay earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Home Economics with an emphasis in Fashion Merchandising from East Central University in Ada, Oklahoma. She also earned a Master’s Degree in Grant Management, Writing, and Evaluation from Concordia University Chicago, and a Master’s Degree in Arts and Organizational Management from the University of Phoenix in Tulsa, Oklahoma.