The Legislative Branch
The Legislative Branch of the UCO Student Association is composed of the UCO Student Congress, which consists of a Chair, Vice Chair, Secretary, and senators representing the five undergraduate academic colleges, the college of graduate studies, and students living both on and off campus, as well as seven congressional committees. Please use the “Contact Us” section to the left to contact the specific person or persons you are interested in speaking with.
On April 20, 2015 the University of Central Oklahoma Student Congress elected the Student Congress Chair, Vice Chair, and Secretary for 2015-2016 academic school year.
Chair of the UCO Student Congress - Brandon Reede
UCO Student Association Chair, Brandon Reede, is a Senior studying Accounting, Finance, and Business Administration. Brandon is proud to call Claremore, Oklahoma home.
During his time at Central, Brandon has been involved in the Student Alliance for Equality (SAFE) and the 2BLeaders Broncho Business Leaders Program.
Before running for Chair of the UCO Student Congress, Brandon served as the Chair and Vice-Chair of the Public Relations committee, and as the Financial Director of SAFE. Brandon plans on pursuing an M.S. in Accounting, with an emphasis in audit and financial reporting, upon graduation from UCO.
Vice Chair of the UCO Student Congress - Macie Snowden
UCO Student Association Vice Chair, Macie Snowden, is a Sophomore studying Strategic Communications with a minor in Spanish. Macie is proud to call Ada, Oklahoma home.
During her time at Central, Macie has been involved in such things as: the President's Leadership Council, Homecoming Activities Board, FCA, and many other on-campus organizations and activities.
Although Macie comes from a small town and an even smaller school, she loves the city. She has a heart for people, and strives to make sure others achieve success.
Secretary of the UCO Student Congress - Cash Deitz
UCO Student Association Secretary, Cash Dietz, is a Sophomore studying Biology with a minor in Leadership. Cash is proud to call Oologah, Oklahoma home.
During his time at Central, Cash has been involved in such things as: the Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity, Leaders of Tomorrow, New Broncho Orientation, and Spring Sing.
Cash is currently the Vice President of Leaders of Tomorrow, and enjoys meeting new people and making new friends.
This committee shall address academic issues that affect the university and shall strive to improve the academic quality of the university.
Accountability, Reform, and Transparency
This committee shall address Executive Branch appointments, investigate UCO procedures and operations, and promote accountability and transparency through reform.
This committee shall address all non-academic issues concerning the physical development of campus affecting student life within the university, which includes but is not limited to transportation, parking, housing, green initiatives, sustainability, and campus security.
Graduate Student Affairs
This committee shall be responsible for addressing all graduate student issues here at UCO.
This committee shall address all non-academic issues concerning student affairs within the university, which includes but is not limited to issues concerning student health, student labor, student rights, and other diversity concerns, which includes but is not limited to international students, foreign exchange programs, international student activism, sexual orientation, gender, race, or any other cultural concerns.
This committee shall address issues, organizations, and institutions either partially or entirely outside the University of Central Oklahoma. This committee shall also be responsible for conceptualizing, planning, organizing, and executing the public relations for the UCO Student Congress.
Ways and Means
This committee shall address all matters concerning the expenditure or appropriation of student funds and the advocacy for affordable education.