Katey McCall is a junior Reaud Honor College student majoring in political science with a legal studies minor from Lamar University’s College of Arts and Sciences. A native of Orangefield, Texas, she graduated from Orangefield High School in 2017.
Katey often volunteers with various different causes and organizations. She spends the majority of her volunteer time at the Humane Society of Southeast Texas, assisting with the dogs that are housed in the shelter.
In addition to volunteering, Katey is a member of a number of organizations within her university. She is the Executive Vice President and Historian of the Delta Beta Chapter of Alpha Delta Pi, Vice President of both the Order of Omega Greek Honors Society and Pi Sigma Alpha Political Science Honors Society, Student Government Senator for the College of Arts and Sciences, Lamar Ambassador, Co-President of the volunteer organization Caring Cardinals, a member of the College Panhellenic Council Judicial Board, a traveling member of the Lamar University Moot Court Team, and was a member of the QEP Wings of Success Subcommittee before the University discontinued the program in the Fall of 2018. Katey is also a member of her university’s Pre-Law Society, Honors Student Association, and Cardinals Beyond Borders, which works toward including and welcoming students who traveled from other countries to obtain a degree from Lamar University.
Katey works as the Student Assistant to Lamar’s departments of Psychology and Political Science. In this position, she assists the faculty and staff by carrying out routine office tasks, scheduling advising appointments, answering the questions of students and prospective students, conflict resolution, and running errands for the office.
Katey has earned multiple awards and scholarships during her first two years as an undergraduate student, including: 2019 participant of the New Leadership Texas Conference for Women Interested in Policy; Sweet 16 Finalist for the 2018 Regional Moot Court Tournament; Lamar University Academic Excellence Award; Alpha Delta Pi High Academic Achievement Award; David J. Beck Regents Scholarship in Political Science; Charles and Susan Gordon and Julia Gordon Gray Memorial Scholarship; Irving O. Dawson Scholarship in Political Science; Bridge City Chamber of Commerce Student of the Month; Linebarger Law Firm Scholarship; Academic Excellence Scholarship; Keown Charitable Foundation Academic Scholarship; Interscholastic League Scholar Award; Bridge City – Orangefield Rotary Club Recognition Award; Academic Excellence Room Scholarship; DuPont SWR Employee Scholarship; Five Point Credit Union Scholarship; Tier 4 Academic Scholarship; and membership in Omega Greek Honors Society and the Pi Sigma Alpha Political Science Honors Society.