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Academic Advisors

Advisors for the College of Education and Professional Studies are located in the Nigh University Center, Room 121.


Christina Smith; 405-974-2386; NUC 121

Psychology, Speech-Language Pathology, and Career, Technical & Workforce Development

Hello current and future Bronchos!  Christina is excited to be part of your college career. She has been a member of the UCO community as a student since 2007 and as an employee since 2014. She received her Bachelors and Masters degree in Psychology and is currently working on her second Masters in Adult & Higher Education.  Needless to say, she is a passionate and an advocate for higher education, she enjoys working in academic advisement to help students achieve their goals as well.  What she loves most about her majors is that even though they are all unique in their own way, they are all designed with an end goal of helping others – whether it’s by teaching at a school or working in a medical setting.  She looks forward to meeting with you in the future!


Tami Clavin; 405-974-2346 ; NUC 121

General Studies, Industrial Safety, organizational leadership 

Tami Clavin earned her Bachelor of Arts degree with a major in Psychology from the  University of Oklahoma.  She earned her Master of Science degree with a major in Counseling and Student Personnel with an emphasis in Student Personnel from Oklahoma State University.  Tami has been an academic advisor for the past 17 years, with more than 11 years at the University of Central Oklahoma.  Outside of work, she enjoys spending time in Nature, with such activities as hiking, sailing, kayaking, bicycling, running, and playing with her dogs.


Hannah Schwab ; 405-974-5003 ; NUC 121

Nutrition, Dietetics, and Food Management, Community/Public Health, Kinesiology-Exercise/Fitness Mgmt., Kinesiology-Outdoor & Community Rec and Physical Education/Health 

Hannah Schwab earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Elementary Education from Oklahoma State University.  After teaching for a while in K-12 education, she decided she wanted to work in higher education and earn her Master’s degree in Adult & Higher Education, which she is currently working on here at UCO.  Hannah is passionate about helping college students work toward their goal of graduating and finding a career they are excited about pursuing.  She feels at home at UCO and hopes that all students feel the same way!  Hannah enjoys spending time with her husband Kyle and son Finn.  She also loves to sing, play the piano, and spend time with her family, friends, and church family.


Sarah Mooney ; 405-974-5367 ; NUC 121P

Early Childhood Education, Elementary Education, Family Life Education-Child Development, Marriage and Family, Gerontology, Special Education-Mild-Moderate Disabilities, Severe-Profound/Multiple Disabilities and Fashion Marketing

Sarah was born and raised in Omaha, Nebraska. She earned her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology, with a focus in Women’s and Gender Studies, from Creighton University in Omaha in 2011. Upon graduating, she moved to Stillwater, Oklahoma to continue her education at Oklahoma State University, where she earned her Master’s degree in 2013 in Human Development and Family Sciences with a specialization in Marriage and Family Therapy. Throughout her education, Sarah found her passion helping students find and follow their dreams, and is excited to assist students with their advising needs. Away from UCO, Sarah enjoys watching movies and playing video games with her husband, Derek, playing with their puppy Seamus, and attempting (and sometimes completing) do-it-yourself projects on their home. Go Bronchos!


Ines Burnham ; Evans Hall 105A ; 405-974-3784


Ines is a University of Central Oklahoma (UCO) Alum. She has a Bachelor of Business
Administration degree in Human Resource Management and a Master of Education
degree in Adult Education with an emphasis in Training and Development. Ines began
working for UCO in 2001 in the Human Resources division and has worked for the
College of Fine Arts and Design since 2003. Ines serves as director of the Oklahoma Center for Arts Education, a division of the College of Fine Arts and Design. She oversees recruitment and retention for the College and is an academic advisor primarily for the College of Fine Arts and Design Education majors.

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