2024 Student Awards

The All- Oklahoma Academic Team Program provides statewide recognition to outstanding two-year college students. To be eligible, students must be nominated by their college president to the All-USA Academic Team. Nominees must be eligible to graduate during the academic year and hold a minimum of a 3.50 cumulative grade point average out of a possible 4.0 on all college-level coursework completed in the past five years. Oklahoma is one of 39 states participating in the All-USA Academic Team Program. The State Academic Teams were introduced in 1994 to provide scholastic recognition to community college students, while promoting excellence at two- year colleges.

All Oklahoma Academic Team + OACC President’s Tuition Waiver Awards Ceremony

Time: 2:00pm-3:30pm

Location: Oklahoma State Capitol House Chambers

Student Awards Program

Thank you to our Student Award Business Sponsor!

2024 All-Oklahoma Academic Team and OACC President’s Tuition Waiver

Photo Credit: Maegan Scott, Western Oklahoma State College and Trey Dawson, Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College

2024 Student Awards Photos

2024 All-Oklahoma Academic Team

Carl Albert State College: Brady Allen, Brandy Wilson, Brandi Woods

Connors State College: Riley Mertz, Blakelee Pugh

Eastern Oklahoma State College: Kinley Bratcher, Madison Wright

Murray State College: Gavin Crouch, Jazmyn Ragle

Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College: Aijie Manalansan, Jordan Six

Northern Oklahoma College: Grant Biggers, Danielle Buttrum, Allison Green, Autumn Leist, Sage Wilcox

Oklahoma City Community College: Dominion Etsegbe, Bradlee Sanchez

Redlands Community College: Carlie Golden, McKenzie Simon

Rose State College: Shay Craft, Gezelle Vilog

Seminole State College: Ryan Carlisle, Benjamin Parker

Tulsa Community College: Shelly Barton, Aramaea Sewell, Reagan Thompson, Rachel Graves, Moriah Jestus

Western Oklahoma State College: Keegan Kyser, Mallory Orick

2024 President’s Tuition Waiver Award

Carl Albert State College: Sadie Bridges

Connors State College: Lynn Hubler III

Eastern Oklahoma State College: Hunter Fry, Lacie Lott

Murray State College: Mackenzie Mathis, Matthew Patton, Codi Rodriguez, Mallory Sager, Andrew Wollenberg

Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College: Kayleigh Hart

Northern Oklahoma College: Alejandra Pena

Oklahoma City Community College: Julianna Delgado

Redlands Community College: Madison Adams, Zoe Bonilla, Maria Espinoza, Hope Failing

Rose State College: Karlie Robertson

Seminole State College: Ethan Rich, Dillon Sullivan, Hannah Upchurch

Tulsa Community College: Shelly Barton

Western Oklahoma State College: Esperanza Cruz, Alejandro Resendiz