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NEO’s Crudup is one of three selected statewide to speak at Higher Ed Day

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NEO’s Crudup is one of three selected statewide to speak at Higher Ed Day

Lauren Crudup is a sophomore at Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College. Her primary focus has been student recruitment while representing NEO on their nationally recognized horse judging team. While at NEO, Crudup has been involved in Student Body Government and Agriculture Ambassadors. Crudup also serves as the president of the agriculture club on campus. She is currently receiving an agriculture degree from NEO. Upon graduation, she plans on transferring to East Central University in the fall to obtain a legal studies degree. Following the completion of her bachelor’s degree, she hopes to continue pursuing higher education by attending law school at the University of Oklahoma.

Crudup was one of the three students statewide selected to speak at Higher Ed Day on Tuesday, Feb. 11 at the State Capitol. She will speak in front of students from every university and college across Oklahoma, as well as legislators. Crudup will address the importance of higher education and the needs of students.

“I am excited that NEO has the opportunity to showcase one of our outstanding student leaders as a speaker for Higher Education Day at the Capitol,” said Amy Ishmael, vice president for student affairs. “I believe Lauren will do an exceptional job representing NEO and expressing the importance of higher education and the needs of Oklahoma’s college students.”

Crudup was hand selected to represent NEO based on her excellent leadership skills and speaking ability.

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