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USAO Alumni masks are here! Up your style game by ordering yours today!

The single best reason to get your mask is that with each purchase, you’ll also support the Alumni Annual Scholarship fund.

Now more than ever, the gift of an alumni scholarship has the power to change the course of a student’s life and prove that when we say Drover Alum Since Day One, we mean every word.

We will be happy to arrange for you to (safely) pick up your order on campus or we’ll put it in the mail as soon as we can! Make your selection in the order form and before you know it you’ll be the proud owner of a USAO Alumni mask.

The USAO Alumni Office hours of operation are Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Walk-In Office Hours: Monday-Thursday 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Appointments are strongly suggested so that we may plan accordingly with our student workers and allow for proper social distancing.

To schedule an appointment or set up a virtual meeting please call (405) 574-1290 or email usaoalumnioffice@usao.edu.

On the days when we are meeting with alumni donors, attending events or working remotely, you may reach us via email or call (405) 574-1320 and we will reply to you promptly.

Misti McClellan, Director of Alumni and Community Relations

mmcclellan@usao.edu | (405) 574-1320

Rebekah Willoughby, Alumni & Community Relations Coordinator

rwilloughby@usao.edu | (405) 574-1290


At the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma, every gift, no matter the size, impacts our Drover community where dreams are born, nurtured and realized. As Oklahoma’s only public liberal arts university, USAO is committed to providing students with a broad educational experience. Our extraordinary graduates equipped with the tools to gather information, think critically about it, and make wise and effective decisions that make the world a better place. 

The generous support of alumni and friends makes a USAO education possible for hundreds of students who otherwise would be unable to afford it. But providing access is only the beginning.