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The 2014-15 school year is off to a great start at Oklahoma Wesleyan University, experiencing it’s sixth consecutive year of record enrollment.

The OKWU Enrollment services staff, led by Associate Vice President, Samantha Peterson and Executive Vice President, John Means, worked hard to recruit a strong incoming class. Combined with returning students, total enrollment stands at over 1,600 students for the 2014 fall semester.Vball

This fall will be the first time OKWU’s three new master’s programs will be offered, which include Strategic Leadership, Nursing and Theology & Apologetics.

In the spring, OKWU will host its second annual Josh McDowell Institute for Christian Apologetics Conference featuring nationally and internationally renowned apologists.

In addition to growing educationally, OKWU’s athletic programs have also seen tremendous growth and the university has accepted an invitation to join the Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference (KCAC) in the fall 2015 season.

With such a great start OKWU looks forward to the exciting year ahead.



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