25 National Merit Finalists
31 Average ACT score
100% Acceptance rate to law & med school for those who applied since 2012
21% Presented at an academic conference 2018-19
Parker LaMascus ('18) graduated with a degree in Mechanical Engineering, pursued his PhD at the University of Pennsylvania and served Harvard University as a research assistant.
Hear what he has to say about his time at OC as an engineering and honors student.
Twenty Honors students graduated from OC and applied to graduate school in the 2017-2019 academic years. Just these twenty students generated acceptance offers and often substantial financial packages from these universities:
First Year Adventure - exclusively for freshman Honors students
Oklahoma sites serve as text for learning in First Year Adventure.
Learn music history at the OKC Philharmonic and study the Italian Renaissance at the Philbrook Museum of Art in Tulsa. Oklahoma City Museum of Art breathes life into Modernist movement art curriculum while you imagine the shock of Impressionism and post-Impressionism at the Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art. At each stop on the adventure, students reflect on their own aspirations to complete an undergraduate degree and to take their places as Christian leaders. Weekly Symposiums fill out the Honors First Year Adventure, sometimes hosting speakers like Biblical scholar N.T. Wright, Civil Rights attorney Fred Gray, astronaut Douglas Wheelock and Christian author Lee Strobel.
Honors students have the opportunity to live in a community dedicated to equipping Christian students for the pursuit of academic excellence, integrating housing with academics by creating a learning-living environment.
Honors Advisory Council
Become a leader to enhance and advance the Honors Program student experience by organizing social events, coordinating service opportunities and representing the interests and needs of Honors students. Prepare your campaign for student elections held at the end of each academic year.