Follow these tips from the OKWU family to make sure you’re hitting the ground running. It’s going to be a great year!
After years in the medical field, Ackrion Mangimela has taken a unique path to OKWU’s campus. Through it all, he’s been prepared to impact the lives of students.
“Music is a gift that we can not only enjoy, but can pass on to others via memorable performances and the teaching of others.”
Due to the internship opportunities he’s achieved through the Chesapeake Energy School of Business, Noah Ross is prepared for a dynamic career.
“I’m an advocate for OKWU students. I look for ways to help them earn success.”
When a local officer was killed in the line of duty this March, OKWU students came up with a unique way to honor his memory.
Our Eagle mentors are ministering to students all across the country this summer. Here’s how you can partner with them in prayer.
“We want our students not only to know the truth about our subject matter, but we hope to equip them with the tools necessary to pursue the truth and spot lies long after the semester concludes.”
Congratulations to Dr. Jerome Van Kuiken on a decade of outstanding leadership in education.
Now’s the perfect time to advance your nursing career. Here’s how a DNP degree can take you to the next level in your profession.
Congratulations to the students who have achieved a spot on the academic honor rolls for the Spring 2021 semester!
During last Friday’s Foster Bonanza event, President Jim Dunn posthumously honored C.B. and Mabel Colaw for a lifetime of service to the mission of Oklahoma Wesleyan University.
“To help them understand what it is they believe in, and to put that into words–that’s a lot of fun.”
There are many reasons to advance from your nursing certification to a bachelor’s degree. Here’s why you should take the next step.
The Doctor of Nursing Practice degree program breaks new ground for the university.
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