Vision: Building the Next OKWU Now
For over 100 years, Oklahoma Wesleyan has focused on helping students discover and deepen their relationship with Jesus Christ in order to be sent out to influence culture with Grace and Truth.
We believe that now more than ever is the time to answer God’s call!
As we look to what the future might bring, we believe that the world needs OKWU graduates: pastors, nurses, business leaders, teachers, and more. Our desire is to train, develop, and equip our students so that they can transform the world.
In order to accomplish this mission, we must continue to adapt our academic offerings and our campus facilities to meet the changing demands of the culture. We want to offer our students the very best as we look to secure the next 100 years of Oklahoma Wesleyan.
The Now Campaign will raise $68 million over the next decade – dollars that will be invested in scholarships, endowments, improved facilities, and more.
This is a big, God-sized goal, but we believe God has blessed and will continue to bless the mission and vision of Oklahoma Wesleyan University.
Will you join us?
Learn more about the NOW Campaign at www.okwu.edu/now.
Equip the Next Generation
OKWU’s endowment is an essential component of the growth, stability, and future of our university. Scholarships make OKWU affordable and accessible for students and allow them to boldly shine for God’s glory in the world.
Empower Holistic Success
A multipurpose facility for athletics, academics, and student life is designed to enrich the lives of every student and OKWU community member—from physical wellness to thriving spiritually. The focus on health, wellness, and athletic success will advance our mission by developing the whole person – the head, heart, hands, and habits - to reach the whole world.
Expand Our Influence
The OKWU experience encompasses what takes place in our classrooms as well as life together in Christian spiritual formation, residential living, athletic competition, and campus life in care for our development of the whole person. Funding will support innovation in academic programs, campus housing, necessary renovations, and expansion of academic and fitness space for tomorrow’s students.