Campus Activities Staff
Kay Robinson, Director, Student Engagement
Job Description: I provide the overall leadership, direction and vision of the Campus Activities and Fraternity & Sorority Life offices...and am so lucky to be able to do so! In addition to supervising the best staff on campus, I work directly with New Broncho Orientation, LeaderShape and our Spirit Teams. For me, if a program isn't festive and memorable, it isn't worth doing.
What do I love most about being a Broncho? Being a Broncho means something more than attending UCO. Being a Broncho means having love for your college experience, putting effort into your involvement and striving every day to leave an impact. I love that I get to be part of it, and I couldn't imagine myself doing anything else. #bronchopride
Courtney James, Assistant Director
Job Description: I direectly advise Student Programming Board, Homecoming Activities Board and WinterGlow. In addition, I am the social media coordinator for the office, mainly managing everything from Twitter to our websites.
What do I love most about being a Broncho? I love the passion and excitement that is evident in everything that we do here at Central and am so happy to be part of it! This generation of students truly believes that they have the ability to change the world and through the ideas our students bring, we are really doing that in every program and event we plan.
Caleb Cash, Coordinator-Campus Activities/Parent & Family Programs
Job Description: It is my responsibility to serve as a liaison between family members and the university throughout the college career. As part of my position, I work to create memorable programs for both students & family members throughout the academic year. These programs include Parent & Family Weekend, Mom's Day, and Dad's Day. I also have the privilege to work with many student organizations as the advisor and see the growth and excitement students have when creating new and different events.
Why do I love being a Broncho? I love being a Broncho because of the family atmosphere this university has. From my first day, I was welcomed with open arms by students and colleagues. Each showing me how to truly be a Broncho at heart.
Nicole Doherty, Coordinator
Job Description: I manage all the active student organizations at UCO, as well as advise Big Pink Volleyball, President's Club and UCOSA.
Why do I love being a Broncho? I love the welcoming atmosphere on campus and the opportunities available for students to get involved on campus and in the community to help make their college experience fun and rewarding!
The Office of Campus Activities
100 N. University Drive RM 424
Phone: (405) 974-2363
Fax: (405) 974-3810
Follow us on Twitter: @UCO_CA