List of University of Central Oklahoma people
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Arts and entertainment
- Jim Beaver, actor, TV series Deadwood, Supernatural
- Scott Booker, manager for The Flaming Lips; Executive Director of ACM@UCO
- Stan Case - CNN Radio and Headline News anchor
- Dave Garrett, former New Orleans Saints and Dallas Cowboys radio broadcaster
- Milena Govich, actress, TV series Law & Order
- All four members of the multi-platinum rock group Hinder
- Lauren Nelson, Miss America 2007
- W. K. Stratton, author
- Emoly West, Miss Oklahoma 2010
- Joe Aska, former NFL player
- Hap Barnard, former NFL player (1938–1938)
- Bob Briggs, former NFL player (1965–1965)
- Clifford Chatman, former NFL player (1982–1982)
- Jermelle Cudjo, football player, St. Louis Rams
- Tim Elliott, mixed martial artist, currently with the Ultimate Fighting Championship
- A. J. Haglund, former NFL player
- Jared Hess, All-American wrestler, retired professional MMA fighter
- Muhammed Lawal, NCAA Division II National Champion (2002), current MMA fighter, formerly for Strikeforce and now Bellator Fighting Championship
- J. W. Lockett, former NFL player (1961–1964) and CFL player (1965–1966)
- Eddie Robinson, former NBA player
- John Sterling, former NFL player
- Hurley Tarver, former NFL player
- Keith Traylor, former NFL player
- Derek Ware, former NFL player (1992–1996)
- Paul Wight, pro wrestler
- Bijan Allipour, Iranian business executive; CEO of NISOC
- Chad Richison, founder, president and CEO Chief Executive Officer of Paycom 
- Randall L. Stephenson, (CEO) Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of AT&T
Science and technology
- Dr. Dwight E. Adams, former Director of the FBI Laboratory; member of the FBI’s research team that developed the DNA techniques first used in 1988; recipient of 2003 Presidential Rank Award as Distinguished Executive, the highest award given in the Federal Government; Director of the University of Central Oklahoma Forensic Science Institute
- Milt Heflin, first Chief Flight Director; former General Director, NASA, Johnson Space Center
Politics and government
- Michael D. Brown, former FEMA director
- Donna Campbell, member of the Texas Senate; emergency room physician in New Braunfels, Texas; received bachelor's degree in nursing, c. 1976
- Danny Morgan, Oklahoma State Representative and leader of the Oklahoma House Democratic Caucus
- Kevin Ward, Oklahoma Secretary of Safety and Security and Oklahoma Commissioner of Public Safety
- James Bidlack, Professor of Biology, President of Metabolism Foundation; Vice President and Chief Science Officer of Genome Registry
- UCO News: UCO Senior, Edmond Native Wins Miss Oklahoma Pageant. Broncho2.uco.edu (2010-06-14). Retrieved on 2011-01-16.
- Eddie Robinson Bio. NBA.com (2004-06-16). Retrieved on 2011-01-16.
- "Iran's NIOC dismisses head of National Iranian South Oil Company". businessweek. Retrieved 2014-10-18.
- UCO Distinguished Alumni | The Oklahoman rel="nofollow". NewsOK.com. Retrieved on 2014-05-27.
- UCO: Forensic Science Institute: About Us. Uco.edu (2006-07-01). Retrieved on 2011-01-16.
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- A Mishmashed Oil Change – a memo from J. Milt Heflin, Chief, Flight Director Office, NASA JSC | SpaceRef – Your Space Reference. SpaceRef (2004-07-03). Retrieved on 2011-01-16.
- #419 University of Central Oklahoma. Forbes.com. Retrieved on 2011-01-16.
- Photo-jsc2006e43986. Spaceflight.nasa.gov. Retrieved on 2011-01-16.
- "Senator Donna Sue's Campbell's Biography". votesmart.org. Retrieved January 2, 2013.
- University of Central Oklahoma Alumni Association to honor former | Journal Record, The (Oklahoma City) | Find Articles at BNET. Findarticles.com (2009-09-17). Retrieved on 2011-01-16.
- Oklahoma Office of Homeland Security – OKLAHOMA HOMELAND SECURITY DIRECTOR NAMED. Ok.gov. Retrieved on 2011-01-16.
- Kanaal van UCOBronchos. YouTube. Retrieved on 2011-01-16.
- Bidlack - onlineprnews.com