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Contact me
PHONE: (405) 325-3742
EMAIL: jtahsequah@ou.edu

My Region
Central Oklahoma

Education
OU Class of 2002

Bachelor of Arts
Criminology

OU Class of 2003
Master of Education
Education Adminstration

Jarrod Tahsequah

Having been born and raised in Norman, there was no other university on my radar that I wanted to attend more than the University of Oklahoma.  I knew how special attending such an inspiring institution would be.  The opportunities at OU are limitless and the support staff is second to none.  I encourage you to pursue all of them with an open mind and an open heart.  Having the opportunity to be President of the American Indian Student Association gave me the chance to work with my fellow students, faculty, and staff which I cherish to this day.

Like my mother and father, who are both OU alumni, I have met some of my dearest friends while at OU who I am still friends with to this day.  The University will afford you the chance to develop a bond with others that will last a life time.

My family and I are proud to call Norman and the University of Oklahoma “HOME”.

I invite you to visit our beautiful campus and discover OU’s impact of excellence. Please let me know if there is anything that I can assist you with in achieving your academic dreams of becoming a Sooner.

BOOMER SOONER!

My Favorites

Place on Campus: Huston Huffman Fitness Center

Place to Eat Out in Norman: Pizza Shuttle

Thing about OU: The electricity you can feel on campus before a big event.

Favorite Thing to do in Norman: Spending time with my family, outdoors, as much as possible.

Movie: The Breakfast Club

Book: Golf Balls are Female by Dr. Robert C. Knox

My Schools

ASTEC CHARTER SCHOOL
CAPITOL HILL HIGH SCHOOL
CLASSEN SCHOOL OF ADVANCED STUDIES
DOVE SCIENCE ACADEMY-OKC
JUSTICE ALMA WILSON SEEWORTH ACADEMY
MOUNT SAINT MARYS HIGH SCHOOL
NORTHWEST CLASSEN HIGH SCHOOL
PATHWAYS MIDDLE COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL
RIVERSIDE INDIAN SCHOOL
SEQUOYAH HIGH SCHOOL
SOUTHEAST HIGH SCHOOL
ULYSSES S GRANT HIGH SCHOOL
WESTERN HEIGHTS HIGH SCHOOL