Community Stories

  • Fourth-annual ‘History Speaks’ features Freedom Rider


    Oklahoma Christian University will bring a civil rights hero to the Oklahoma City community for the fourth year in a row. Diane Nash, who co-founded the Student Non-violent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) and led one of the early Freedom Rides to protest segregation, will speak at Oklahoma Christian on Feb. 21.

  • Love in the air at Valentine Cabaret


    The OC Department of Music will present the 28th-annual Valentine Cabaret performance Feb. 10-14. The production includes a variety of 30 love songs gathered from Broadway musicals and movies.

  • OC event probes faith, tolerance, culture


    Best-selling authors David Kinnaman and Gabe Lyons will visit Oklahoma Christian University (OC) on February 6 to discuss engaging a culture that sees Christianity as irrelevant and extreme.

  • Former Seagate exec to succeed Millican as OC board chair


    Mark Brewer, the outgoing senior vice president and chief information officer for Seagate Technology, will become the 13th chairman of Oklahoma Christian University’s board of trustees in April. He succeeds Don Millican, OC’s board chair since 2002.

  • OC board of trustees expands to 38 members


    Oklahoma Christian University (OC) elected four new members to its board of trustees at its annual fall meetings. The addition of Gene Humphrey, Amy Roberts, Jack Rowe and Dr. Michelle Tucker increases OC’s board membership to 38 trustees.

  • OC students to perform seasonal music concerts

    Students at Oklahoma Christian University will showcase their musical talents at the university’s upcoming fall concerts. The concerts are free and open to the public.

  • OC honors outstanding grads at Alumni Banquet

    Oklahoma Christian University is proud to honor Chris Young, Scott Filleman, Scott and Sonya Young, and a host of African missionaries at its annual Alumni Banquet.