OK-CAN brings people together to enhance college access teamwork and success

Welcome to

The Oklahoma College Access Network (OK-CAN) serves as a centralized hub for nonprofit and not-for-profit college access initiatives in our state. Developed by the Oklahoma College Assistance Program, an operating division of the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education, OK-CAN offers:

  • networking opportunities through listserv discussions and regional workshops and trainings.
  • exchange of best practices to support development of relevant, engaging publications, toolkits, and websites.
  • a forum to reach a wide variety of potential partners to pose questions, exchange ideas, or find strategic ways to meet common goals.
  • an informative event calendar to help members take advantage of professional development, training and networking opportunities.
  • access to a “members only” section of the OK-CAN website, which offers an online resource workbench and a member roster to facilitate direct contact with peer service providers.

If you're part of a school (secondary and postsecondary), philanthropic or nonprofit organization, government entity, tribal or religious organization or other community partner who provides college access programs and services, we encourage you to become a member. We believe the potential range of perspectives and approaches will strengthen our collective ability to improve college access for underserved, first-generation college-going Oklahoma families. And best of all, membership is free!

To Apply: Submit our membership application online.  If you prefer, you may submit a PDF membership application. Email it to okcollegeaccess@ocap.org, or send it by mail to P.O. Box 3000, OKC, OK 73101, or fax it to 405.234.4390. We look forward to the many opportunities we can create as like-minded organizations working to help more Oklahomans recognize that education after high school is within reach.

Our Newest Members

We're very pleased to announce our newest members: Chickasaw Nation (Higher Education, Chokki’ Kilimpi’ and Imatahli Programs), Redlands Community College, Sperry High School, Texas College Access Network, Turner High School and the WINDS Program.

Upcoming Events

Oct. 1: 2017-18 FAFSA Available

What Members Are Saying

Comments from our April 18 workshop
“(The Resources for Immigrant Students and Families) session was powerful... One thing I found particularly helpful was the presentation of terminology; i.e., legal resident, undocumented refugee, etc.”

“This opened my eyes to the struggles that others face who are not a U.S. citizens.”

“The information was very enlightening and the statistics were extremely informative.”

“I found the presenters to be very knowledgeable. One of the best FAFSA sessions that I have attended.”

What's New?

IRS Data Retrieval Tool offline for remainder of the FAFSA season

Murray Pushes for FAFSA Simplification for Students Struggling with Homelessness.