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.
Five years ago, Professor Becky Le Thompson co-founded The Cottage for Life, a pro-life ministry for mothers in need. They’ve served over 600 women since then, and they’re not stopping now.
The college-choice process can be a lot. We get it. To help, we asked our Admissions Team to come up with five of the best questions they receive from students and parents on OKWU’s campus. No matter where you end up attending, be sure to ask these questions the next time you’re on a college visit.
“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.
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.
Rather than shrinking from the neglect of her childhood, Tammi is preparing to use those experiences to help other vulnerable women.
“I want them to realize that the people who surround you at work are your ministry field. I believe that God brings people into our lives so that we can introduce them to Him.”
When you’re looking to further your education, the degree options can be overwhelming. Here’s how a business degree can help you acquire the skills you need to go further.
“I can have a voice. I know it matters and I’m actually going to be able to, essentially, be heard.”
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.”
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