Connors State College Opens State-of-the-Art Facility

Connors State College is pleased to announce the opening of the all-new Nursing and Allied Health facility in Muskogee, Oklahoma.  The $9 million, 35,000 square foot building, houses state-of-the-art classroom and lab space, a student’s common area, a lecture hall and student courtyard.  

The new facility is located at the Three Rivers Port Campus at 2501 N. 41st Street East, adjacent to the Indian Capital Technology Center.  In order to streamline services for students, all Muskogee classes and CSC operations will move to this location effective June 29, 2015.  

“The Three Rivers Port Campus occupies a corridor off the Muskogee Turnpike, on an existing public transportation route, that will provide easier access for students,” said Dr. Tim Faltyn, CSC President. “We are confident that the move to the Port Campus will allow us to more efficiently serve the 1,650-plus students who utilize our Muskogee offerings, with improved services, beautiful new facilities, and a singular campus for all classes.”

Beginning June 29, 2015, all Muskogee Summer 2015 classes already in session will meet at the Three Rivers Port Campus. For questions regarding classroom locations, please contact the class instructor, or view a list of new class locations at

Student Services, to include Admissions/Registrar, Bursar, Financial Aid and Advisement, will be available in the temporary Enrollment Center in Room 20 at the Garner Science Building on the Port Campus.

“Connors State College has been proud to call the cities of Muskogee and Warner home for more than 100 years,” said Faltyn. “The Three Rivers Port Campus expansion provides a wonderful opportunity for our academic programs and thriving partnership with ICTC to continue to excel.”

Providing needed services to students has long been the top priority for Connors State College.  Having recently been listed by Diverse Magazine as the top provider of Native American healthcare education in the nation the new facility is helping Connors meet the healthcare needs in the region.  

Fall 2015 classes will begin August 17, 2015, at both the Three Rivers Port Campus in Muskogee and the Main Campus in Warner, Oklahoma.