The Orange Movement Leadership team, comprised of OKWU’s First Lady, Marci Piper, and University Relations’ Assistant Director, Heather Utzman, will relay-run their way from New York City to Washington, D.C., ending at the IJM Headquarters.
Learn some of the different options available for nontraditional students returning to college, such as loans, grants, and scholarships.
On Tuesday, May 15, 2018, OKWU Campus Nurse, Deb Cook, was honored at the annual Bartlesville Chamber of Commerce Gala with the Jim Gillie Outstanding Citizen Award.
Looking for a way to share the love with your special someone this Valentine’s Day? Oklahoma Wesleyan University’s Music Program has you covered for the second year in a row. OKWU’s music students will deliver “Singing Valentines” both on OKWU’s … Continued
January 29, 2018 – Bartlesville, OK Oklahoma Wesleyan University is pleased to welcome Dr. Gentry Sutton to the Provost and Vice President of Academic Affairs role. Dr. Sutton has been an integral member of the OKWU leadership team, serving as … Continued
November 20, 2017 – Bartlesville, OK The music department of Oklahoma Wesleyan is looking forward to hosting their annual Christmas Concert for the community, Thursday, November 30th, at 7pm. The program will feature the University’s acappella group, Relentless, as well … Continued
Samantha Peterson, OKWU’s Associate Vice President of Enrollment, announced today that the 2017 Winter Term is open for registration to both OKWU and non-OKWU students. Winter Term courses provide opportunities for flexibility in students’ regular Fall and Spring schedules and come at … Continued
A host of OKWU staff, faculty, and students gathered at the OKWU Lake last Thursday to celebrate with more than thirty OKWU students (and an alumnus or two) who chose to be baptized on campus. There were a few tears … Continued
A new year is well underway at Oklahoma Wesleyan’s residential campus, with enrollment again exceeding OKWU’s four-year average in multiple areas. OKWU Accelerate, the University’s program to equip high school students by offering high-quality dual-credit classes, has increased significantly, and … Continued
Oklahoma Wesleyan is saddened by the loss of a long-time OKWU family member, former basketball coach and administrator, Rocky Kent. A former student of Kent’s, Coach Mark Molder, OKWU’s Athletic Director and Head Women’s Basketball coach, said it best: I’m … Continued
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