OKWU On The Move

OKWU On The Move Alumni Update 1Lauralyn (Bettis, ’18) and Gabe Belden (‘19) were married May 15, 2017 and will be welcoming their first child in March. 2Blythe (Freshwater, ’20) and Kody Moseman (’18) were married August 31, 2019. They are expecting their...
Athletic Awards

Athletic Awards

Athletic Awards The 2019-2020 season was a banner year for OKWU soccer. It was uniquely special for Stefan Lukic, a junior midfielder who was named the 2019 NAIA National Player of the Year. If you’ve followed his career, the award isn’t surprising at...

Seeing Each Other Clearly At Last

Seeing Each Other Clearly At Last Dr. Dalene Fisher, Dean of the School of Arts and Sciences “Our response as a Christian university must be one that sees 2020 as an opportunity to engage and develop students who are prepared to influence culture with the grace...
Alumni Awards

Alumni Awards

Alumni Awards Each year, we seek to recognize a select few individuals for their courage, achievement, and commitment to the vision and mission of OKWU. We are proud to present this year’s alumni awards to the following individuals. Alumnus of the Year – This...

Building The New OKWU

Building The New OKWU Eagle Campus Expansion   “If you build it, they will come.” It’s one of the all-time most famous lines in a sports movie, from Field of Dreams. And here at OKWU, it’s about to take on new meaning as we seek to build our...
A Brand New Day

A Brand New Day

A Brand New Day Kedrick Nettleton, Editor Three ways OKWU’s new brand is making a powerful and bold promise. Refining OKWU’s brand and graphic identity was a key initiative of President Dunn to strategically build the next OKWU. This involved a comprehensive...
God Is Still Good

God Is Still Good

God Is Still Good President’s Letter For Such a Time as This When I was inaugurated in October of 2019, I had no idea what lay ahead of me in my first year as president of Oklahoma Wesleyan University. I was expecting to embrace the unique joys and challenges...
Remaining Unbroken

Remaining Unbroken

Remaining Unbroken Kedrick Nettleton, Editor The graduating class of 2020 experienced perhaps the strangest semester in the history of American higher education due to the COVID-19 pandemic—campus shutdowns, online learning, and socially-distanced graduation...
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