Mr. & Miss Hispanic/Latinx OSU Scholarship Pageant
The Mr. & Miss Hispanic/Latinx OSU Scholarship Pageant occurs each year during the spring semester. The scholarship pageant program is open to all OSU undergraduate students.
The first Miss Hispanic/Latina OSU was crowned spring 2001. In 2015, the Office of Multicultural Affairs (OMA) staff added a new category to the existing royal lineup: the Mr. scholarship pageant. The Miss Hispanic/Latina (now Hispanic/Latinx) OSU scholarship program was the first to introduce an OMA Mr. pageant, titled Mr. Hispanic/Latino (now Hispanic/Latinx) OSU. The addition provided more students opportunities to win scholarships and celebrate and honor their cultures and traditions.
The mission of the Mr. and Miss Hispanic/Latinx Oklahoma State University Scholarship Pageant is to further develop the leadership, confidence and creativity of students. The royals will positively advance the aims and objectives of the Hispanic Student Association, represent Oklahoma State University and serve as role models and spokespersons for their respective communities.
Mr. and Miss Hispanic/Latinx OSU 2021
Francisco Hernandez and Yasmin Flores
Marketing major, Yasmine Flores, is Miss Hispanic/Latinx OSU 2021. She will spend her reign hosting programs centering her platform: The Prevention (advocating for domestic violence against women). Follow the Mr. and Miss Hispanic/Latinx OSU Instagram page for event and program information.
Mechanical engineering student, Francisco Hernandez, is Mr. Hispanic/Latinx OSU 2021. He will spend his reign hosting programs centering his platform: Promoting Inclusion and Investing in Retention. Follow the Mr. and Miss Hispanic/Latinx OSU Instagram page for event and program information.