Community Stories

  • Preview: Spring Sing brings OC home


    OC social clubs and the freshman class are ready to break a leg after preparing for the 47th-annual Spring Sing show since January. They will finally compete for the trophy on Thursday, Friday and Saturday.

  • OC announces pricing for 2015-16


    Oklahoma Christian University will raise undergraduate costs for just the second time since 2011 this fall. OC also will continue its policy of not charging undergraduate student fees.

  • Oklahoma Christian students perform ‘Pygmalion’


    The Oklahoma Christian production of George Bernard Shaw’s play “Pygmalion” tells a classic story through comedy and wit. The play runs two consecutive weekends: Feb. 20-21 and Feb. 27-28.

  • Valentine Cabaret set for February 12-14


    The OC Department of Music will present its 26th-annual Valentine Cabaret the weekend of Feb. 12-14. The event features songs by composer Stephen Sondheim.

  • OC Ethos program introduces RightNow Media


    The OC Ethos program is offering students, faculty and staff the opportunity to use RightNow Media, an online source for streaming videos and Bible studies on various topics in the Christian faith.

  • Oklahoma Christian hosts historic civil rights leaders


    Oklahoma Christian University will host two icons of the civil rights movement on Feb. 9. OC’s second-annual History Speaks event will feature Claudette Colvin and Fred Gray, two pioneers for racial equality in the 1950s and 60s.

  • Miller shares thoughts on meaningful life


    Donald Miller, New York Times best-selling author and evangelical speaker, came to the campus to share ideas about community, perseverance and meaningful living.