Oklahoma Wesleyan University has always been blessed with passionate, dedicated faculty. At the close of another academic year, we honor the service of three incredible professors.
Naomi Mueller, a foundational member of the Oklahoma Wesleyan Community, will be presented an Honorary Doctorate of Letters for a lifetime of dedicated service.
“It’s wild to think that four years ago, after I had been saved for 15 years, I did not believe that I needed a Savior. I still needed the Lord to save me from myself.”
At the close of another academic year, join us in celebrating our award recipients.
Students from all over the creative disciplines came together to bring this project to life.
When Jean Lovelady (’78) passed away this February, a deep spiritual legacy was revealed – one that often went unseen.
Ministry profs are committed to continuing a strong tradition within The Wesleyan Church.
In March, Beth Von Buchwald was named The Lighthouse Outreach Center’s Volunteer of the Year. It’s the latest mark of a faithful life at OKWU and beyond.
The festival provides a unique opportunity for high school choir students to experience the people and spirit of Oklahoma Wesleyan University.
This year, alumni and friends at OKWU have a chance to make a profound impact in the lives of students.
Join us in the OKWU campus community as we lift up the situation in Ukraine in prayer.
Professor Melissa Morris has always been dedicated to nursing education. Now, she’s ready to launch into her new role and pass on her knowledge to the next generation of medical professionals.
Resident Assistants do so much on campus. From caring for the students to providing community for them, RAs are here to help make a difference for OKWU. Let’s learn a little more about what they do!
In the 1980s, Tammie Vandermeulen was forced to leave BWC before graduating. This past December, she returned to Bartlesville to complete her journey.
“I think we need more empathy in this world, and history does that for us.”
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