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…
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
Oklahoma Wesleyan’s School of Education is proud to boast on a whole host of alumni who have gone on to impact countless lives in the classroom. For this year’s Teachers’ Day, we wanted to say thank you to teachers everywhere, … Continued
They voted for Trump because they have, frankly, “had it” with being labeled intolerable by those who claim to be tolerant.
OKWU’s School of Ministry recently took an opportunity to serve the Bartlesville community.
Kariny Delahaye (Visual Communications, 2016) is living the dream of a communications graduate, working at the Rio Olympics.
OKWU education alumnus discusses how his time at OKWU had impacted his ministry as a teacher.
Colton Frederick, OKWU Worship Leader, is passionate about using his talents to share the message of Christ.
Interview with Les Broker, Online student in Ministry and Leadership program Q. Les, you started the online Ministry and Leadership bachelor’s (M & L) program last fall. Why did you choose Oklahoma Wesleyan University? Why the M & L? why now? … Continued