Community Stories

  • Oklahoma Homes features OC

    Oklahoma Homes recently featured Oklahoma Christian University in the article, Sowing the Seeds of a World-Class Education.

  • OC hosts Four Star Leadership with Gen. Tommy Franks

    Four Star Leadership with Gen. Tommy Franks provides 70 of the top performing high school students from around the world a one-of-a-kind opportunity to interact with world leaders on the Oklahoma Christian University campus.

  • Ben Rector returns to OC in October

    Ben Rector will return to Oklahoma Christian on Friday, October 7 as part of his “The Biggest Tour I Have Done So Far Tour.”

  • Oklahoma Christian honors outstanding faculty, staff

    Faculty members Chris Austin, Paul Howard, Amanda Nichols and Kelli Dudley, as well as staffers Lisa Herndon and ConChita Wilkerson, received special honors from Oklahoma Christian University.

  • Chick-fil-A opening at OC this fall

    Oklahoma Christian University will soon be home to Chick-fil-A! Food service provider U Dining acquired the license to operate a new Chick-fil-A Express opening in OC’s Gaylord University Center this fall.

  • Hartman Place beautifies north side of campus

    The Oklahoma Christian University family gathered on a picture-perfect Oklahoma morning to dedicate Hartman Place, a new outdoor space for rest, recreation and remembrance.

  • Oklahoma Christian honors life-saving alum

    OC president John deSteiguer presented 1985 grad Julie Flegal-Smallwood with the President’s Medal of Distinction for saving the life of a child in Paris.

  • OC hosts communication and leadership event

    OC's Department of Communication will host Aspire 2016, a communication and leadership symposium, to offer students advice and encouragement as they pursue internships and careers in the fields of mass communication and marketing on Saturday, April 2.

  • Eagles Health Initiative hosts Delete Blood Cancer event

    OC’s Eagles Health Initiative organization will host a “Delete Blood Cancer” event March 31 through April 2. People can come be swabbed to see if they can help someone in need of a bone marrow transplant or blood transfusion.