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African American Programs and Services welcomes you to the University of Oklahoma and wants to be a strong support system for you at OU! As a student here at the university there are a multitude of opportunities to get involved. Allow us to aid you in the successful pursuit of your college degree, and take advantage of the unique position you are in as an OU student to grow as an individual as we collectively grow as a community!

African American Programs and Services is focused on retaining and graduating African American students by helping them make the most of their academic opportunities at the University of Oklahoma.  In doing this, we provide our students with positive campus life experiences, and prepare them for successful careers and lives after graduation.  Through campus and community involvement, mentorship, leadership development, and cultural support we guide students to the best versions of themselves. This is most commonly achieved through involvement in our organizations geared toward Black students and our nine historically Black Greek letter organizations.

Student Life is located in Suite 370 in the Oklahoma Memorial Union. We encourage you to visit us early and often!

Meet The Team

Angelique Price

Angelique Price serves as the Coordinator for African American Programs and Services. In her role, she serves as the primary advisor for the Black Student Association and the Freshmen Action Team.

Serving in multiple capacities in multicultural and diversity education, Angelique’s goals are to leave a legacy of empowerment for marginalized students in higher education and to build Black identity affinity through institutional support. Her motto is to “Each one , teach one” and she is committed to the holistic growth of Black students at the University of Oklahoma.

Angelique is a native Texan, hailing from Austin, Texas. She received her Bachelors in Political Science and Mass Communication from Sam Houston State University.  She is also an alumna of the University of Arkansas, where she obtained her Masters of Education in Higher Education with an emphasis in diversity and education.