Alumni

Alumni Welcome

Alan Phillips

Greetings, Eagles! I'm Alan Phillips, Oklahoma Christian Class of 1976 and the Vice President for Alumni Relations here at OC. Some of the most valuable assets we have as OC alumni are the friendships and relationships began while we were students here. This site is a way to stay connected with fellow alumni and with your alma mater.

Find out what's happening at OC through Eagle Excerpts and Vision magazine.

Submit a Milestone to let us know what's happening in your life.

Keep up with your classmates through Facebook, Twitter, or LinkedIn Click here to see the many benefits we offer past, present and future Eagles. Please contact us any time to let us know how we can serve our alumni even better.

Around campus, we like to say that "OC is Home," and we hope you'll come back as often as you can.

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Videos

Browse our OC Alumni channel on Vimeo featuring profiles of Oklahoma Christian University alumni, plus other videos of interest to OC grads.

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Alumni Spotlight


Bud Ross

Bud Ross

OC Class of: 1965

Current Residence: Ada, OK

Occupation: Minister

Employer: Central Church of Christ

Education
  • Bachelor of Arts degree in Bible
  • Bachelor of Arts degree in Speech

OC Clubs/Activities:

  • Trojans
  • President, Senior Class
First Full-Time Job After OC: Director of Alumni, Oklahoma Christian College

Professional Experinece: 47 years as Minister

Favorite thing about OC as a student:

Basketball games in the "Barn"; all-school day

Best Advice for OC Students:

Set a goal to meet 5 new people a day and continue networking with the meaningful relationships that are developed through that effort. The relationships formed at OC last a lifetime. Learn to view your years at OC as the training ground for living in Heaven.

Why I Love OC...

I love OC because it’s the safest place I know of to spend your formative pre-adult years.  In my years of ministry with the church, I’ve seen too many recent high school grads who did not handle their first “away from home” experience in a healthy way and wound up paying for it the rest of their lives.  Value what is being taught both academically and spiritually. 


Past Alumni Spotlights