Community Stories

  • OC students serve on Spring Break mission trips

    Spring Break may be an escape from school for many people, but about 500 students from Oklahoma Christian University (OC) are choosing to dedicate their free time to help others through Spring Break mission campaigns.

  • OC students prepare for Spring Sing 2016

    The OC student body will come together for a grand performance when the 48th-annual Spring Sing show hits the stage March 4-5. The theme for 2016 is “Land That We Love!”

  • OC produces classic play "A Doll's House" Feb. 25-27

    Through a story of blackmail and forgery, the Oklahoma Christian University Department of Communication is producing Henrik Ibsen’s classic play “A Doll’s House” Feb. 25-27 at 8 p.m. in Judd Theatre.

  • OC reaches $5.6M goal for new café, coffee shop

    A new campus café and coffee shop are fully funded, with $5.6 million pledged toward Oklahoma Christian University’s student dining facilities through the Thrive campaign.

  • Olympic civil rights icons to speak at OC

    With medals around the necks and their fists held high in the air, Olympians Tommie Smith and John Carlos became civil rights icons. On Monday, Feb. 8, they will come to Oklahoma Christian University to share their story of protest, passion and pain at OC’s annual History Speaks lecture.

  • IFC Dialogues feature John Roberto

    John Roberto has spent his career delving into the formation of the Christian faith, and now he’ll bring his expertise to Oklahoma Christian University (OC) for the Intergenerational Faith Center Dialogues on Monday, Feb. 1.

  • OC hosts Judah and the Lion for benefit concert Jan. 30

    Judah and the Lion will bring its fast-paced “folk-hop” sound to Oklahoma Christian University Jan. 30. All proceeds from the concert benefit OC’s University Counseling Center, which provides mental and social health resources for students.

  • OC hosts free holiday concert

    Oklahoma Christian University will host its 39th-annual Cocoa and Carols performance on Thursday, December 3. Admission is free.