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Academic Advisor III

University of Central Oklahoma


Lacey Taylor is a Student Success adviser for Applied Liberal Arts, Geography, History, History Museum Studies, History Education, Humanities, Philosophy, Political Science and Political Science Public Administration.

Taylor was born in Wichita, Kansas but immediately returned to Oklahoma where she grew up in a small, rural community called Deer Creek – Lamont. Upon graduation from Deer Creek – Lamont High School, she attended Northern Oklahoma College on the Tonkawa campus where she earned her associates of science degree. She then transferred to the best university in the state, the University of Central Oklahoma (Go Bronchos!), where she earned her bachelor’s degree in community health and a master's degree in adult and higher education with a focus in training and development.

Taylor started her professional career at UCO as a transfer specialist, where she spent three years assisting transfer students and developing a passion for helping students. As a student success advisor, she provides information regarding available resources in order for students to succeed in their education at the University of Central Oklahoma.

Taylor enjoys outdoor activities with her husband, Tim and their chocolate lab, Duke. She appreciates visiting with old friends and making new ones wherever she goes – she’ll brighten your day with a good laugh and her country charm. She also loves baking and crafting. She has an “open-door” policy and she welcomes you to stop by to visit her at any time. 

Education and Certifications

University of Central Oklahoma

  • Master of Education, 2018
    • Major: Adult Education and Training
  • Bachelor of Science, 2012
    • Major: Community Health

Classes Taught

Success Central

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