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

Janice And Charles Drake Scholarships Awarded

May 29, 2020   Oklahoma Wesleyan University is proud to announce the recipients of the annual Charles and Janice Drake Scholarship for the 2020-2021 academic year. Congratulations to Tobin Brewer, Caleb McQuay, Marcus Randall, Leah Sawyer, Jaycee Shrum-Cook, and Autumn … Continued

OKWU Announces Spring 2020 Academic Honors

May 27, 2020   An unprecedented global pandemic couldn’t stop the students of Oklahoma Wesleyan University from thriving academically. More than 200 students are being honored for their academic achievement during the Spring 2020 semester. The President’s and Dean’s lists … Continued

Criminal Justice Program Focused on Integrating Faith with Experience

As befitting a university built upon the foundation of biblical truth, justice is vital to the mission of OKWU. Campus organizations like the Orange Movement seek justice and mercy for the least and lost among society, but it doesn’t stop there. This passion extends all the way across the university to include a robust, experiential, and ever-expanding Criminal Justice major.

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

Roylene Baxter’s 45 Years of Service

January 24, 2019   If you attended OKWU anytime in the last 45 years, chances are she’s served you food. But more than anything, Roylene Baxter’s life is defined by a love for students and a deep commitment to service. … 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