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.
“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.
The Doctor of Nursing Practice degree program breaks new ground for the university.
We can’t wait to move forward. Here’s some info about our plans for the Fall 2021 semester.
At the close of another academic year, join us in recognizing our Honors Chapel award recipients.
Amy Cady came to OKWU to complete her education and receive a professional certification. Now, she leads a financial management group that manages over $300 million.
“I love the ability that film has to take you into another world, and not just as an escape. It can bring you into somebody else’s world so that you can understand what they’re going through.”
“We had to pack up our stuff right after getting married and move to a place that we’ve never been together, and come to a town with people we didn’t know… It was really scary, honestly.”
Over 40 people attended the conference, including pastors, district superintendents, and OKWU students.
“I believe God will make clear the next steps He has for us as we pray and as we learn more. Then it’s up to us to be obedient to what He is asking us to do.”
“Thank you for sharing! Every day, we see the fruit of your gifts manifested in the lives of our students. Every day, we see them grow, give, and become.”