#HumansOfOC

MEET OUR HUMANS

Our community is smart, kind, diverse, and fun. Browse through the students, faculty, staff, and alumni below. And explore the rest of our site. You're invited to become one of our humans, too. 


  • Jillian Lynn

    Early Childhood Education
    Guthrie, OK

    "When God is your reason to live, you will never have a reason to quit."

  • Stencil Littleton

    Oklahoma City, OK

    "Don't give up, don't ever give up. God has a plan for all of you and it's a good plan."

  • Cody Milner

    Political Science & History
    Reydon, OK

    "If I could change one thing about the world, it would be acceptance. Acceptance of others and their beliefs. I believe in absolute truth and that we should engage in serious discussion to find which course in life is right ... We must learn to always respect others and their point of view."

  • Troy Tippeconnic

    Biology
    Chicago, IL

    "If I could change one thing about the world, it would be for everyone to be themselves. It doesn't matter where you are from, we are all just a kid from somewhere. Don't hide, dont shy away, and don't be scared of your full potential - by being great you allow other people to be great."

  • Jonathan Johnson

    Public Relations
    Roseville, CA

    "If you really want something, you have to work extra hard to get it. Know your own self-worth, know what you’re good at and know that the Lord has a plan. Do what you’re capable of and the Lord will take care of the rest."

  • Kiana Foreman

    Nursing
    Richmond, VA

    "My mom always said, 'You will not always have to suffer for your faith, but you will always be called to sacrifice.' It's okay to be comfortable but it's not okay to just sit back and let things happen. You have to go out in the world, you have to be uncomfortable."

  • Mary Jo Betancourt

    Psychology

    "If I could change one thing about the world, I would change the close-mindedness that we have. We need to be more open to people - their stories, their pain, and their happiness. What makes us tick doesn’t make everyone tick. What makes us happy doesn’t make everyone happy."

  • Sugeely Villaman

    Medical Laboratory Science
    Mesa, AZ

    "The best advice I've ever received is from Jim Leach: 'Be patient, Be thankful, Be an influence, Don't lose focus,Keep the faith, Look for new opportunities, and do not worry, let God do all the worrying.'"

  • Sean Bolin

    Mechanical Engineering
    Fort Collins, CO

    "The best advice I've ever received is from Professor Wayne Whaley: 'There is no hope in Engineering... solid engineering practice demands thorough analysis and exhaustive testing. Every engineering project that is based on HOPE, or the FEELINGS of the project engineering is doomed to catastrophic failure!'"