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Office of Student Life, African American Programs and Services, The University of Oklahoma

About Us

African American Programs and Services (AFAMPS) is one of four Multicultural Programs & Services (MCPS) offices that support a variety of students at the University of Oklahoma. With guidance from MCPS, we strive to strengthen the OU experience through our pillars of Community, Leadership, and Advocacy.

The AFAMPS mission is to create, sustain, promote, and affirm Black scholarship, culture, history, and leadership. Through the coordination of educational, professional development, and cultural programming that builds affinity through institutional support, we strive to cultivate an experience that supports and guides students to the best versions of themselves in their personal and academic goals.

Get Involved

Our office hosts many annual programs that celebrate and honor our culture while enriching the OU community. Additionally, we directly advise the Black Student Association, a premier student organization supporting the development of Black students. We encourage you to also check out the many other cultural organizations on campus!

Meet Our 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.