Monday, 22 May 2017 05:38

Carl Albert State College Named Certified Healthy Business Featured

Written by Judi White Director of Public Relations/Marketing Carl Albert State College
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Carl Albert State College was recently named a Certified Healthy Business by Certified Healthy Oklahoma. CASC earned the Merit certification in this year’s honors, and was recognized at the LeFlore County Coalition for Healthy Living awards luncheon.


Certified Healthy Oklahoma is a statewide program promoting healthy practices to increase the health of all in Oklahoma. Recognition goes to those going above and beyond to make health and wellness a priority.

CASC Vice President of Student Affairs stated, “At Carl Albert, we have worked to make our campus a safe and healthy place to work, live, and attend classes. To name a few things, we have upgraded our cardio fitness room for use on campus. We are expanding our outback area for exercise and recreation, our campus cafeteria serves a healthy choice option, we have added juice drinks to our vending machines, and we are a tobacco free campus. In addition, we now have a partnership with Stigler Health and Wellness for medical and dental services.”

CASC Vice President of Student Affairs Randy Graves, (left) and CASC President Jay Falkner (right) are pictured with Louise Musselman. Musselman is the Regional Partnership Consultant, Office of Partner Engagement at the Oklahoma State Department of Health. She serves Haskell, Latimer, LeFlore, McIntosh, Muskogee, Sequoyah and Wagoner Counties.