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University of Oklahoma Move-In 2019 — All you need to know!Sooner Parents
In addition to the Outstanding Seniors being recognized at the ceremony which was held on November 16th, they were also introduced during half-time activities of the OU-KU football game. Congratulations to our Outstanding Seniors!
This year’s recipients are:
Christopher C. Gibbs College of Architecture: Dennise Pedroza
College of Arts and Sciences: Rachel Tran
College of Atmospheric and Geographic Sciences: Morgan Schneider
Michael F. Price College of Business: Ryleigh Navert
Mewbourne College of Earth and Energy: Kate Oransky
Jeannine Rainbolt College of Education: Jadyn Means
Gallogly College of Engineering: Katherine Kramer
Weitzenhoffer Family College of Fine Arts: Caitlin Yaw
Joe C. and Carole Kerr McClendon Honors College: Noah Collins
David I. Boren College of International Studies: Paula Jones
Gaylord College of Journalism and Mass Communication: Christine Murrain
College of Professional and Continuing Studies: Evan Underwood
College of Allied Health: Victoria Showalter
College of Dentistry: Kyesha Edwards
Fran and Earl Ziegler College of Nursing: Caitlin Glenn
Assisting with the Outstanding Senior Man and Woman presentation are University of Oklahoma President, Jim Gallogly and Sooner Parents President, Mariann Lawson.
The 2018 Outstanding Senior Woman is Katelyn Leeviraphan. She represents the College of Arts and Sciences & the College of International Studies. Katelyn is a communications major/international studies minor from Norman, Oklahoma and is the daughter of Eric and Suzanne Leeviraphan.
The 2018 Outstanding Senior Man is Jake Mazeitis. He represents the College of Arts and Sciences and the Joe C. and Carole Kerr McClendon Honors College & the College of International Studies. Jake is an international studies/ letters major from Kansas City, Missouri and is the son of Shawna and Drew Mazwitis.
College move-in is approaching! Help your student prepare by making sure they have everything they need for a successful freshman year.