THEN: As a senior at Altus High School and a graduate of the Business and Computer Technology program, Laynie took advantage of the cooperative alliance between SWTC and Western Oklahoma State College. SWTC helped Laynie
- Earn 36 college credit hours through the BCT program; five scholarships to help pay for college; and an additional nine college credit hours during her junior and senior years in high school.
- Graduate high school leaving with 45 hours toward her Associate of Applied Science and Associate in Science degrees.
- Complete the Advanced Administrative Assistant career major.
NOW: Laynie plans to earn a bachelor’s degree in accounting at Southwestern Oklahoma State University.