I'm Bob Lashley, Oklahoma Christian Class of 1974 and the Executive Director of Alumni Relations here at OC.
Some of the most valuable assets we have as OC alumni are the friendships and relationships began while we were students here.
This site is a way to stay connected with fellow alumni and with your alma mater. Find out what's happening at OC through Eagle Excerpts and Vision magazine. Submit a Milestone to let us know what's happening in your life. Keep up with your classmates through Facebook, Twitter or LinkedIn.
Around campus, we like to say that "OC is Home," and we hope you'll come back as often as you can.
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OC Class of: 1997
Current Residence: Kingfisher, OK
Occupation: House Majority Leader and Oklahoma State Representative for House District 59Education
- Bachelor of Science in History/Pre-Law
- Kappa Sigma Tau
- Other activities include: College Republicans, Voice of the Lady Eagles (1993-1997), KOCC 88.9
Professional Experinece: After graduating, my first full-time job was as Campaign Manager and Field Director for State Senator Mike Johnson.
Favorite thing about OC as a student:
It would have to be the rivalry basketball games in the Nest against OBU and OCU. Also, the OC visits by President George HW Bush in 1994 and the 1996 Vice Presidential nominee Secretary Jack Kemp.
Favorite thing about OC as an alum:
I always have a great time at Homecoming and the Athletic Hall of Fame dinners.
There are a million reasons why I love OC. First, the quality of education is 1st and utmost. The family environment and atmosphere for students is a tremendous asset. Every time I step on campus there is a warm and sincere welcoming. I lived in Washington, DC and worked for President George W. Bush for seven years so I was not able to be around OC much. The second I returned, you would have never known I was gone. That is a rarity and these are just a few reasons why I love my Alma mater.
Best Advice for OC Students:
The best advice is to be thankful for the Christian education you received at OC. Secondly, use those contacts and try to obtain summer internships in your field of study. It is imperative to do so plus it will give you a leg up on the competition.