Carl Albert State College

Carl Albert State College (CASC) is a community college in southeastern Oklahoma. Originally named Poteau Junior College, it was founded in 1933, and its name changed to Poteau Community College in the early 1950s. In 1971, it was renamed in honor of then Speaker of the House Carl Albert. Its primary campus is located in Poteau, Oklahoma, but has a smaller campus in Sallisaw, Oklahoma. It enrolls approximately 2,400 students annually with a student-faculty ratio of about 22–1.

Carl Albert State College
Former names
Poteau Community College
TypePublic
Established1933
PresidentJay Falkner
Students2,400
Location, ,
U.S.
CampusRural
Colors   Blue and white
Sporting affiliations
NJCAA Division I
MascotVikings
Websitewww.carlalbert.edu

AcademicsEdit

Carl Albert State College offers over 28 different academic degree programs, both terminal and transfer. The programs include: Business Administration, Digital Media Technology, Child Development, Criminal Justice, Mathematics, Pre-Engineering, Pre-Medicine, Nursing (from which program graduates may qualify to become Registered Nurses), Physical Therapist Assistant, and others. Many degree programs may be completed 100% online through the extensive web offerings.

Student lifeEdit

There are eight dormitories and over 31 student-run organizations. Students are given free high speed internet access as well as free access to the school's computer Lab

AthleticsEdit

The school's sports teams are called the Vikings. The mascot had been the Trojans for some time until the early 1990s when the switch was made. The school engages in collegiate baseball, softball, wrestling, cross country, and e-sports.

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Coordinates: 35°02′20″N 94°38′06″W / 35.03889°N 94.63500°W / 35.03889; -94.63500