OC News

  • Former WorldCom exec to speak at Millican Ethics Symposium

    One of the top executives responsible for the second-largest accounting scandal in history will visit Oklahoma Christian Oct. 28. Former WorldCom Controller David Myers will be the speaker for OC’s 2014 Millican Ethics Symposium.

  • Alan Martin accepts ministry role in Houston

    After almost a decade serving at OC, including the last four years as dean of the College of Biblical Studies, Alan Martin will become the minister of marriage and family at Memorial Church of Christ in Houston.

  • OC dedicates Kyle Seitsinger Newsroom

    OC’s Kyle Seitsinger Newsroom, a new convergence journalism lab, is named in honor of Kyle Seitsinger, an OC student killed in the line of duty in Afghanistan in 2004.

  • Oklahoma Christian hosts 64th lectureship

    Oklahoma Christian University will kick off its 64th lectureship this Sunday. The lectureship, which runs through Tuesday, Oct. 7, features more than 35 speakers, concerts and other special events.

  • Mary Hunt presents financial seminar at OC

    Prominent author, syndicated columnist and motivational speaker Mary Hunt will present a financial seminar at Oklahoma Christian University on Thursday, Oct. 2. The free lecture will begin at 7 p.m.

  • Message from Neil Arter

    Oklahoma Christian University will no longer allow access to the Yik Yak website and app through its WiFi service. We believe it is important that no university resources be used to access such inappropriate and potentially illegal content.

  • OC opens theater season with one-act plays

    Oklahoma Christian University will begin its theater season with the production of two one-act plays. “A Marriage Proposal” and “Blind Date” will be held Oct. 2-4.