Community Stories

  • ‘Charles Darwin’ visits Oklahoma Christian University

    Oklahoma Christian University (OC) will host “Mr. Darwin’s Tree” on Monday, Oct. 24. The acclaimed British one-man play focuses on the faith of Charles Darwin, an esteemed scientist who is credited with proposing the theory of evolution.

  • OC theater production shines light on mental health

    Students from Oklahoma Christian University (OC) will take to the stage to explore mental health issues in the fall play, “Tigers Be Still.” The play, which runs Oct. 13-15, is presented by U!Shine, an Oklahoma nonprofit that exists to shine a light on mental health issues within university communities.

  • OC hosts Rwandan debate team

    Five students from more than 8,000 miles away are in Oklahoma this week thanks to the power of debate.

  • Chick-fil-A opens at OC

    Oklahoma Christian University recently debuted its newest on-campus dining option: Chick-fil-A Express. The popular restaurant is open from 11 a.m. to 11:30 p.m. every day but Sunday.

  • Grand Concert set for Sunday

    The Oklahoma Christian University Department of Music will present its 21st Annual Grand Concert on Sunday, Oct. 2.

  • Oklahoma Christian enrollment rises to record high

    Oklahoma Christian University’s fall enrollment of 2,600 students is an all-time school record. With 600 master’s students, OC also broke last year’s record for graduate enrollment.

  • OC Olympic Connections

    Oklahoma Christian is a destination point for students from all over the world seeking a quality education. Click to see the medal count for the nations represented at the 2016 Summer Olympics that have students at OC.

  • OC partners with King for church resourcing, service

    Grady King will partner with Oklahoma Christian University as a consultant to help OC serve churches in deeper ways. Working closely with the College of Biblical Studies, King will serve as a facilitator, visionary and counselor to ministers, elders and congregations.