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Alumni & Friends

Oklahoma Panhandle State University engages alumni by providing opportunities to connect and support students, alumni, and friends, as well as cultivating loyalty for the university through meaningful, positive, lifelong relationships that support the university’s mission and goals.

Alumni Membership Levels

Bronze Aggie

Graduates, Panhandle State Staff and Faculty are granted this membership.

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Bronze Aggie

Silver Aggie

Silver Aggies receive all Bronze benefits, plus Panhandle Alumni Magazine and a member t-shirt.

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Silver Aggie

Gold Aggie

Gold Aggies receive Bronze & Silver benefits, plus a membership card and Panhandle State license plate frame.

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Gold Aggie

Diamond Aggie

Diamond Aggies receive Bronze, Silver, and Gold benefits, plus a stadium blanket and an upgrade credit.

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Diamond Aggie

Platinum Aggie

Platinum Aggies receive Bronze, Silver, Gold, and Diamond benefits, plus an exclusive Panhandle “P” plaque.

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Platinum Aggie

Supporting Alumni & Friends

First-Gen T-Shirts

T-Shirts for our First-Generation Alumni! Available in Small, Medium, and Large. $20.

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First-Gen T-Shirts

License Plates

Order your official state personal license plate today! All proceeds go to the Panhandle State Alumni association.

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License Plates

Alumni Tumblers

Alumni tumblers are here! Pick yours up on campus by cash or check or place an order online.

Alumni Cups
Alumni Tumblers

Century Club

The Century Club is a specially designated group of OPSU supporters who give $100 or more annually.

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Century Club

Check out the No Man’s Land Podcast

Discover the engaging “No Man’s Land Podcast”! Our alumni director chats with OPSU grads about their college experiences, careers, and involvement in the OPSU Alumni association.

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No Man’s Land Podcast

Donate

Support the Panhandle State ASsociation and make a donation today. We appreciate your support!

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Donate

Upcoming Events

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Aggies sharing their stories

Read Jay Miller’s Story

Mental health in college athletics is now at a breaking point. It is more imperative now to make sure that coaches understand their true power when dealing with their student-athletes and their future.

Jay Miller / Coaching

Jay Miller

Read Shawn Strain’s Story

My greatest memories of OPSU are the people I met and the relationships formed. I still keep in touch through social media with several friends from OPSU.

Shawn Strain / Mathematics

Shawn Strain

Read Jessica Reed’s Story

I’m a small-town kid, so still getting that at college made OPSU feel like home.

Jessica Reed / Agribusiness

Jessica Reed

Read Ashlynn Remington’s Story

We would have ‘family suppers’ and pack those trailers full of students and play card games until we were crying from laughing.

Ashlynn Remington / Animal Science & Agribusiness

Ashlynn Remington

Read Andy Brown’s Story

I attended Panhandle State because it was close to home and had a small college atmosphere, and those were two things I was looking for when choosing a college.

Andy Brown / Health & Physical Education

Andy Brown

Read Debbie Sharpe’s Story

I love when kids I have taught become good parents! Watching children find confidence in their skills and learn to love. Learning is the motivation of my heart.

Debbie Sharpe / Elementary Education

Debbie Sharpe

Read Jack Bryon Test, Jr.’s Story

OPSU offered me a great number of leadership opportunities in the University Student Association and the Oklahoma Student Government Association.

Jack Bryon Test, Jr. / Computer Information Systems

Jack Bryon Test, Jr.

Read Kaylee Schwieterman’s Story

I developed a love for learning and developing as a professional from my time as a student at Panhandle.

Kaylee Schwieterman / Elementary Education

Kaylee Schwieterman

Read Brittany Way’s Story

I aspire to become a physician and give back to the communities that played a pivotal role in my journey, like OPSU, Pratt Kansas (my community college), and my hometown in Texas.

Brittany Way / Biology and Chemistry

Brittany Way - Fall 2023 Alumni on the Move
Brittany Way – Fall 2023 Alumni on the Move