An Eagle in the State Department

June 12, 2020   For Alyx Hoge, it all comes down to one thing: affecting real change for those without a voice. She grew up in the Dallas area, but it’s no surprise that Hoge ended up at OKWU. As … Continued

OKWU Student Thriving in the Newsroom

Due to the small-school atmosphere at Oklahoma Wesleyan University, students have the chance to gain experience in many different roles during their education, learning skills beyond their intended career field. For Alyssa Willetts, class of 2018, that extra experience was instrumental in getting her where she is today.

Klaire Linick’s Unique OKWU Education

May 13, 2020   At Oklahoma Wesleyan University, students have the advantage of small class sizes and personalized attention from professors. For Klaire Linick, the only Music Education major in her graduating class, this was especially true. Born in Tulsa, … Continued

An OKWU Senior’s Reflection in the Midst of a Pandemic

“My prayer during this season has continually been: ‘Lord teach my heart to be keenly aware of the fragility and resilience of life, so that I might have a more tender appreciation for it in every season through which I walk.'”

Fighting to Change the Culture of Nursing

February 28, 2020   Debra Klemme is on a mission to change her hospital’s nursing culture. She’s committed, she’s driven, she’s intense, and she credits OKWU with helping her get where she is today. Klemme works as the Assistant Chief … Continued

Sam Thomas is Influencing a New Community

January 29, 2020 Written by Emma Baldwin, Senior English Major   Sam Thomas made his mark at OKWU, and he’s continuing to make his mark in the next phase of his life. After years of studying, skateboarding, music-playing, coffee-making (coffee-drinking), … Continued

David Bryant’s Journey to Management

January 10, 2020   Don’t look for David Bryant to take the easy path, because nothing in his story has gone the way things are supposed to. Statistically, his journey from California to Oklahoma, from Forklift Operator to Walmart Management, … Continued

OKWU Biology Can Take You Where You Need to Go

January 8, 2019 The Oklahoma Wesleyan University Biology program can get you where you need to go – especially when that involves getting into graduate school. Though the program is fairly small, its impact is tremendous. OKWU has a strong … Continued

Kiley Green is Focused on Giving Back

December 4, 2019 According to Kiley Green, her journey at Oklahoma Wesleyan University could certainly be considered an unexpected blessing. Green, who majored in Biology and is currently attending dental school at the University of Missouri – Kansas City, grew … Continued

AGS Student Honored as Top Nurse in Oklahoma

November 14, 2019 Sheryl Wade is a nursing student with Oklahoma Wesleyan University’s Adult and Graduate Studies Program. Incidentally, she also happens to be one of the 100 best nurses in the state.   Wade was honored in September by … Continued

Ministry Student Standing Firm After Graduation

There are two integral things that you need to know about Paige Johnson, who graduated from Oklahoma Wesleyan University’s School of Ministry and Christian Thought this May. First, you need to know that she was a rock star in the … Continued

AGS Student Excelling at Local Hospital

October 30, 2019   Jennifer Butler has always been committed to making a difference in people’s lives through kindness, compassion, and quality care. She’s currently working on completing her BSN degree through Oklahoma Wesleyan’s Adult and Graduate Studies program. At … Continued

Following God to Japan and Beyond

October 18, 2019 Written by Liam Watts Japan – a country without hope. Yuji Genda, a professor of Labor Economics at the University of Tokyo’s Institute of Social Science, recently published a study called “The International Survey of Life and … Continued