Oklahoma Christian University is a private Christian liberal arts university founded in 1950 by members of the Churches of Christ. The 240-acre campus is on the north side of Oklahoma City and includes a 30,000 square foot Prince Engineering Center. OCU students and staff coordinate more than 30 annual service and ministry events to countries including Austria, Croatia, Ghana and Honduras. OCU also offers an internship program in which students can travel to Africa, Europe, Latin America, Asia, Oceania, or North America to live with missionaries and participate in education, healthcare, or development projects.
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Churches of Christ
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OC's main goal is to encourage their students to desire God in everything they do. They are committed to each individual and I rate this school a perfect 10. My school shows morality and humility in everything that they do.
Ashley from Fort Worth, TX
Their are professors that are very personal. They care about you. Great opportunity for an amazing college experience in a beautiful and caring environment.
Whitney from Pryor, OK
oklahoma christian university is a good school because students not only excel in the classroom but are provided with hands on activities that enhance their character. the university has successfully demonstrated a good foundation for building firm foundations upon which student can build their future lives.
Joshua from Oklahoma City, OK
it is a great school. i have learned so much.. the class size is small and the instructors take time with the students and help them learn the material.
Great school, has a lot to offer.
John from Valley View, TX
I love it here. They use the phrase "OC is home" rather often, and that is so true! They are committed to making everyone feel welcomed from the community to the advisors, and anything in between.
Olivia from Pasadena, CA
The size is perfect for people who aren't quite ready to be thrown into the real world. The professors are personal and attentive. My fellow classmates are wonderful and so unbelievably friendly!
Whitney from Topeka, KS
The class size is small which provides individual help from teacher to student. The campus is always clean and easy get around on. The cafeteria serves wonderful food all day long.
Kara from Edmond, OK
The university is filled with amazing students and faculty. I feel at home, and that's the whole goal of OC. Professors are eager to help you, and the small class sizes gives you a better opportunity to get answers to your questions in class.