When Jean Lovelady (’78) passed away this February, a deep spiritual legacy was revealed – one that often went unseen.
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.
Emily Balliviero always wanted to be a nurse. Oklahoma Wesleyan University gave her the opportunities she needed to learn, grow, and launch into her career, and now she lives out her mission every day.
Last year, Mackenzie Smith was diagnosed with stage four melanoma. Through the ups and downs of an arduous treatment process, her story is a shining testimony to God’s faithfulness in times of trouble.
Congratulations to Anna Ammons, the winner of the 2021 Endowed Alumni Scholarship.
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.
Due to the internship opportunities he’s achieved through the Chesapeake Energy School of Business, Noah Ross is prepared for a dynamic career.
When a local officer was killed in the line of duty, OKWU honored his life by presenting his children with full-tuition scholarships.
Our Eagle mentors are ministering to students all across the country this summer. Here’s how you can partner with them in prayer.
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.