Follow Christ, Lead the Way

Students started the new semester with three days of revival services in the Ministry & Performing Arts Center in the mornings and in Detty Chapel in the evenings. Danielle Douglas '22, Worship Leadership major with an minor is Psychology, who also leads the Wednesday Chapel Team and OCU Worship Collective, said regarding revival, "The atmosphere of revival is something I have always looked forward to each year. The anticipation and willingness to learn and grow with each other is such a beautiful thing to behold."

The theme for fall revival was Being in Fellowship with the Father. Services were led by Gerald Murphy and worship was led by OCU alumna Makayla Briggs, along with OCU Chapel Teams and OCU Worship Collective. The time was filled with scripture, songs of praise, and worship, prayer and intercession, and words of encouragement and a charge for students, faculty, and staff to move forward in the prophetic instruction the Lord has given us to Abide in Christ and remain obedient and ready for what He calls us to do.

The Holy Spirit was definitely present and moved in a mighty way in all of the revival services.  Douglas' summed up her thoughts of Fall Revival '21 saying, "This year, it was an honor to see how to open Ohio Christian University has become with their worship and understanding that God loves each of them and calls them to worship as an individual, not the neighbor next to them. It is a process of maturing, but after 4 years of being a student here at Ohio Christian University, I have seen a drastic shift of the intentionality of thanksgiving to our Lord in this revival.”

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Ohio Christian Extends Support to Cincinnati Christian University Students image

Ohio Christian Extends Support to Cincinnati Christian University Students

Ohio Christian Extends Support to Cincinnati Christian University Students image

Published: November 8, 2019

Ohio Christian University was saddened to learn that Cincinnati Christian University would close at the end of the semester. The loss of campus community and the uncertainty this news brings must be an incredible burden. Ohio Christian is prepared to welcome CCU students into our family and has made a transfer agreement with CCU to help current students complete their education as easily as possible. Additionally, we have created a special scholarship for CCU students who transfer full time to Ohio Christian University to ease the financial burden of transferring. The administration
Ohio Christian University was saddened to learn that Cincinnati Christian University would close at the end of the semester. The loss of campus community and the uncertainty this news brings must be an incredible burden. Ohio Christian is prepared to welcome CCU students into our family and has made a transfer agreement with CCU to help current students complete their education as easily as
Ohio Christian University was saddened to learn that Cincinnati Christian University would close at the end of the semester. The loss of campus community and the uncertainty this news brings must
Students Serve Community in 21st Annual Ralph C. Starkey Community Action Day image

Students Serve Community in 21st Annual Ralph C. Starkey Community Action Day

Students Serve Community in 21st Annual Ralph C. Starkey Community Action Day image

Published: October 16, 2019

Over 460 students from Ohio Christian University and local high schools through a partnership with United Way of Pickaway County came together on Oct. 9 to serve the community. During OCU’s 21st annual Ralph C. Starkey Community Action Day, students engaged in clean up and restoration projects at 44 sites throughout Circleville and the surrounding county. Before starting, the students were addressed by event organizers, Ralph C. Starkey’s daughter Beth Starkey Hill, Circleville Mayor Don McIlroy, and Pickaway County Commissioner Brian Stewart. Executive Director of United Way Jama
Over 460 students from Ohio Christian University and local high schools through a partnership with United Way of Pickaway County came together on Oct. 9 to serve the community. During OCU’s 21st annual Ralph C. Starkey Community Action Day, students engaged in clean up and restoration projects at 44 sites throughout Circleville and the surrounding county. Before starting, the students were
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Ohio Christian Ranked Among Best Online Logistics Management Programs

Ohio Christian Ranked Among Best Online Logistics Management Programs image

Published: October 16, 2019

Ohio Christian University was recently ranked as offering one of the best online baccalaureate programs in Logistics Management. The university was ranked 8th out of 15 by the Online Schools Report (OSR), which serves as a resource for students pursuing online programs. According to OSR, their rankings are based on six data points: three schoolwide and three program-specific. For schoolwide, OSR uses student satisfaction, admission rates, and the number of programs the school offers online. For program-specific, OSR checks the median debt of graduates from that program, how many
Ohio Christian University was recently ranked as offering one of the best online baccalaureate programs in Logistics Management. The university was ranked 8th out of 15 by the Online Schools Report (OSR), which serves as a resource for students pursuing online programs. According to OSR, their rankings are based on six data points: three schoolwide and three program-specific. For schoolwide
Ohio Christian University was recently ranked as offering one of the best online baccalaureate programs in Logistics Management. The university was ranked 8th out of 15 by the Online Schools Report

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OCU Receives $60,000 for Community Garden

OCU Receives $60,000 for Community Garden image

Published: March 26, 2012

Ohio Christian University (OCU) has received a $60,000 grant from an Ohio Foundation to develop a community garden project. Ohio Christian University agricultural and intercultural studies students will be hired to work on the project. The primary goal of this project is to train students to grow food for themselves and the world so they, in turn, can teach others. The old proverb, “Give a man a fish and he’ll eat for a day. Teach a man to fish and you’ll feed him for a lifetime,” is the focus of this grant. Local farmer Tim Cook will supervise and train the students.Ohio Christian
Ohio Christian University (OCU) has received a $60,000 grant from an Ohio Foundation to develop a community garden project. Ohio Christian University agricultural and intercultural studies students will be hired to work on the project. The primary goal of this project is to train students to grow food for themselves and the world so they, in turn, can teach others. The old proverb, “Give a
Ohio Christian University (OCU) has received a $60,000 grant from an Ohio Foundation to develop a community garden project. Ohio Christian University agricultural and intercultural studies students
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Dr. Malon Mimms Provides $2.5 Million Gift

Dr. Malon Mimms Provides $2.5 Million Gift image

Published: January 23, 2012

OCU is pleased to announce that Atlanta businessman Dr. Malon Mimms has gifted a 2.55 million dollar building and property in Atlanta, Georgia.The building is located on I-75 and will be used to establish the second Georgia educational site for OCU.  In giving the gift, Dr. Mimms expressed a hope to provide a great opportunity for the Atlanta area by investing in Ohio Christian University.  Dr. Mimms also expressed that he hopes others will be inspired to give to the cause of Christian education.OCU will use the building to offer AIM evening classes designed for busy adults. The first
OCU is pleased to announce that Atlanta businessman Dr. Malon Mimms has gifted a 2.55 million dollar building and property in Atlanta, Georgia.The building is located on I-75 and will be used to establish the second Georgia educational site for OCU.  In giving the gift, Dr. Mimms expressed a hope to provide a great opportunity for the Atlanta area by investing in Ohio Christian University.  
OCU is pleased to announce that Atlanta businessman Dr. Malon Mimms has gifted a 2.55 million dollar building and property in Atlanta, Georgia.The building is located on I-75 and will be used to
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Kelly, Eades, and Frederick Present at Conferences and Are Published

Kelly, Eades, and Frederick Present at Conferences and Are Published image

Published: June 23, 2011

Dr. Hank Kelly, Dr. Tim Eades, and Heidi Frederick presented "Quality Adult Education: Focus on Curriculum, Faculty, and Students" at two conferences this spring. Their presentation focused on how to meet the unique needs of adult students through writing strong curricula, hiring academically and experientially qualified faculty, and providing excellent student services. Adult students have a wealth of background experiences that also serves as a rich source of content and adults value relevancy. They have the self-concept and motivation to learn in the right environment, and Ohio
Dr. Hank Kelly, Dr. Tim Eades, and Heidi Frederick presented "Quality Adult Education: Focus on Curriculum, Faculty, and Students" at two conferences this spring. Their presentation focused on how to meet the unique needs of adult students through writing strong curricula, hiring academically and experientially qualified faculty, and providing excellent student services. Adult students have
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OCU Faculty Earn Doctorates

OCU Faculty Earn Doctorates image

Published: February 8, 2011

Ohio Christian University seeks qualified faculty of the highest caliber. In the fall semester, four OCU faculty earned doctorates. Congratulations to Drs. Jacob Dodson, Sylvia McDonald, David Uhl, and Kelvin Webb. These faculty lead the way in demonstrating life-long learning for their students. Dr. Jacob D. Dodson has been an adjunct faculty member since 2009. He earned the Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) degree in Christian Theology from Regent University. He also holds a Master of Arts in Biblical Studies from Ashland Theological Seminary. Dr. Dodson has contributed articles to the
Ohio Christian University seeks qualified faculty of the highest caliber. In the fall semester, four OCU faculty earned doctorates. Congratulations to Drs. Jacob Dodson, Sylvia McDonald, David Uhl, and Kelvin Webb. These faculty lead the way in demonstrating life-long learning for their students. Dr. Jacob D. Dodson has been an adjunct faculty member since 2009. He earned the Doctor of
Ohio Christian University seeks qualified faculty of the highest caliber. In the fall semester, four OCU faculty earned doctorates. Congratulations to Drs. Jacob Dodson, Sylvia McDonald, David Uhl
Hallmark Year for Ohio Christian University Accreditation image

Hallmark Year for Ohio Christian University Accreditation

Hallmark Year for Ohio Christian University Accreditation image

Published: April 6, 2010

Ohio Christian University was visited March 29-31 by the Higher Learning Commission, which accredits all universities in Ohio. The visiting team gave OCU a glowing report. The team met with administrators, staff, trustees, and students along with alumni and community leaders. This is the third team to visit Ohio Christian University this year, with the Ohio Board of Regents recommending 10 years of reaccreditation and the national Teacher Education Accreditation Council recommending full accreditation approval of Ohio Christian University's Teacher Education program. Students can now
Ohio Christian University was visited March 29-31 by the Higher Learning Commission, which accredits all universities in Ohio. The visiting team gave OCU a glowing report. The team met with administrators, staff, trustees, and students along with alumni and community leaders. This is the third team to visit Ohio Christian University this year, with the Ohio Board of Regents recommending 10
Ohio Christian University was visited March 29-31 by the Higher Learning Commission, which accredits all universities in Ohio. The visiting team gave OCU a glowing report. The team met with