Todd Nettleton is the 2015 Recipient of the OKWU Outstanding Service Award with Orange Scott Special Recognition.
Dr. J. Mike Stice is the recipient of the 2015 Oklahoma Wesleyan University Presidential Award.
Each student has a story that makes him or her a unique part of OKWU culture. What unifies our culture, though, is a powerful sense of community—embodied by students like Aaron Terrill.
OKWU Nursing Professor, Becky Le, is headed to Africa for her doctoral research.
OKWU is proud to have some of the best faculty in the nation. This year, we welcome three new deans and congratulated three more of our professors who completed their doctoral work.
OKWU’s new Pro-Life Training & Applied Bioethics programs are training up passionate, professional, and effective pro-life leaders.
As the 2015-16 year began, we asked our alumni to share with our current students: “What would you like to say to your college self?” Here are some of our favorite responses.
After 24 years as Student Development’s Administrative Assistant, Peggy Mills retired in July of 2015.