Major:Economics and Business Management Double Major with a Minor in Broadcast Journalism
Ms. Omolola Hassan graduated from high school in Mansfield, Texas in 2013. Omolola was blessed with the opportunity to attend Langston University on the E.P. McCabe full ride scholarship. Nearly 4 years later, Omolola considers her coming to Langston University as the best decision ever made in her 21 years of life! Attending Langston has given Omolola countless opportunities to grow and truly find herself academically, personally, and professionally.
During her time at Langston, Omolola has taken every opportunity to exercise her passion of service and giving back to the University that has given her so much. She does so by remaining heavily involved in campus organizations such as the Langston University Ambassador Program, Student Government Association (SGA), Scholars Club, LU African Students Association (ASA), Toastmasters, LU Stay Tuned, LU Debate, Impressions of God Praise (I.O. God) Dance Ministry, and Heart to Heart. Participation in those various organizations has given her the ability to refine her leadership and professional skills. She currently serves as the Chair of the LU Ambassador Organization, and has also served as the SGA Senate Housing Chair, Ambassador Cohesion Chair, LU-Pre Law Society Vice-president, LU ASA Treasurer, I.O. God Treasure, and an LU Stay Tuned reporter.
Due to academic success, Omolola has been granted opportunities to attend several academic and leadership conferences, as well as to represent Langston as a Thurgood Marshall Scholar, and a summer 2016 FDIC Financial Management Scholar Intern. Omolola’s accomplishments include her selection as the 2015 Highest Ranking and Most Outstanding Student in Economics, 2014-2015 Ambassador of the Year, Presidents Advisory Council member, membership into Delta Mu Delta International Honor Society, and a consistent recipient of the Presidents Honor Roll and Deans Honor Roll. Omolola has also worked for the past 3 years as a University tutor in the areas of math, english, accounting, and economics, to help as many students who are in pursuit, achieve academic excellence as well.
After graduating in May 2017, Omolola plans on moving to Los Angeles, California to work for the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) to gain professional experience before entering Law School.