June 12, 2017 – Bartlesville, OK Students interested in computer security, computer programming, and information systems have a new degree option at Oklahoma Wesleyan University. The Bachelor of Science in Management Information Systems (MIS) will launch this Fall 2017. “This … Continued
Often, OKWU host families “adopt” students for just the school term, but end up building life-long relationships. Recently, OKWU had the opportunity to learn more about those relationships…
OKWU is currently the only university in the country to own and operate a Save the Storks unit which reaches out to at-risk mothers and saves unborn lives.
At OKWU, servitude is an important part in the growth of students, and there are many different opportunities to serve. In the School of Ministry and Christian Thought, students are actively serving in different churches and ministries, OKWU Athletics assists with … Continued
Three of OKWU’s own are heading out to take on Washington. These students have accepted internships in Washington, D.C. to learn more about themselves, the country, and future job opportunities. Ian Stephens and Spencer Fisher will be working for Family … Continued
Student’s shared their best work, including documentary films, short films, photography, graphic design, and music videos.
Longtime Oklahoma Wesleyan professor, Dr. Dan Wimberly, is preparing to launch a new book on the story of a Cherokee Nation leader, Jesse Bushyhead.
April 04, 2017 – Bartlesville, OK The Oklahoma Wesleyan community is honored to welcome former U.S. Attorney General and former Missouri Governor John Ashcroft to campus for a special chapel service on April 12th. Mr. Ashcroft spent much of his … Continued
Students can now have a major or minor in professional writing and editing, as well as a minor in Critical Thinking and Persuasion.
OKWU’s 5th annual Choral Festival will be held March 23rd, and will feature local high school choirs in addition to the OKWU music program.