Community Stories

  • OC Ethos program introduces RightNow Media


    The OC Ethos program is offering students, faculty and staff the opportunity to use RightNow Media, an online source for streaming videos and Bible studies on various topics in the Christian faith.

  • Oklahoma Christian hosts historic civil rights leaders


    Oklahoma Christian University will host two icons of the civil rights movement on Feb. 9. OC’s second-annual History Speaks event will feature Claudette Colvin and Fred Gray, two pioneers for racial equality in the 1950s and 60s.

  • Miller shares thoughts on meaningful life


    Donald Miller, New York Times best-selling author and evangelical speaker, came to the campus to share ideas about community, perseverance and meaningful living.

  • Winter Instrumental Concert set for February 6

    Oklahoma Christian’s Winter Instrumental Concert on Feb. 6 will showcase the Symphonic Band, Jazz Ensemble and Chamber Orchestra with an entertaining variety of traditional and modern selections.

  • OC club hosts screening of 'In Plain Sight'


    OC’s Modern Abolitionists, an anti-human trafficking club, will host a screening of “In Plain Sight: Stories of Hope and Freedom” on Jan. 17 at 6:45 p.m. in Cail Auditorium. The screening will be the Oklahoma premiere of the documentary.

  • OC hosts bestselling author Donald Miller


    Donald Miller, the author of Blue Like Jazz, A Million Miles in a Thousand Years, and other bestsellers, will speak at Oklahoma Christian University on Thursday, January 22.

  • OC presents Cocoa and Carols


    Oklahoma Christian University’s 38th annual “Cocoa and Carols” will provide the community with a night of yuletide spirit, complete with a sampling of Christmas songs and hot drinks.

  • OC Theatre presents ‘Waiting for Godot’


    Oklahoma Christian University’s Department of Communication will wind up its fall theatre schedule on Dec. 4-6 with the tragicomedy “Waiting for Godot.”

  • OC students get $275K for Thrive project


    Oklahoma Christian University students have the opportunity to decide how the school will spend a new six-figure gift. At Friday’s Chapel service, OC president John deSteiguer announced that students have $275,000 to allocate to one of six projects in the university’s Thrive campaign.