Explore Oklahoma City University
at our 2013 Fall Showcase!

We look forward to the opportunity to meet you on campus October 17 for our first Oklahoma City University Fall Showcase.
We will begin the evening at 5:30 pm in the Great Hall of the Tom and Brenda McDaniel University Center.  

  • Learn our admission requirements, scholarship opportunities, and degree offerings
  • Hear from current students and alumni about their experiences on campus
  • A pizza dinner will be served

Speakers Include:

Addison BrobergAddison Broberg

Sr Marketing Student at Meinders School of Business

Addison Broberg is a senior marketing major in the Meinders School of Business. Addison is originally from Edmond where she attended Edmond Memorial High School. She is involved in campus organization at OCU including Kappa Phi, New Student Orientation and the Honors Program. She also studied abroad in Ireland with OCU's Study Abroad program. Addison loves the pride and sense of community at OCU.


Megan Hornbeek Megan Hornbeek
'03 BA in Religion

Megan Hornbeek graduated from Oklahoma City University in 2003 with her Bachelor of Arts in Religion. After completing college, Megan moved to Boston, MA to pursue graduate studies. She received her Masters in Theological Studies in 2005 from Boston University.

While in graduate school, Megan began working at BU; her work as a grad student led to a career in higher education administration. She served as the Registrar for the Boston University School of Theology from 2006 to 2011. In 2011 Megan completed her Masters in Education in Higher Education Administration.

After eight years in Boston, Megan returned to Oklahoma City, OK in the fall of 2011. She spent 16 months working as the Associate Registrar at Oklahoma City Community College before accepting a position as the Coordinator for Special Projects at the Oklahoma City Community Foundation. Megan's current position at the Oklahoma City Community Foundation has her working in the Scholarship Department as well as coordinating foundation events.