Mission: As a christian liberal arts university, oklahoma baptist university transforms lives by equipping students to pursue academic excellence, integrate faith with all areas of knowledge, engage a diverse world and live worthy of the high calling of god in christ.
Programs: Academic instruction (tuition & fees) - oklahoma baptist university offers 10 bachelor's degrees, one associate's degree and three graduate degrees. There are 84 undergraduate academic major fields of study, with pre-professional degrees in several areas. The academic offerings are operated through seven colleges: theology and ministry, science and mathematics, humanities and social science, business, fine arts, nursing, and graduate and professional studies. The university's core curriculum integrates academic disciplines to provide a rigorous liberal arts education. Master's degrees are offered in business administration, marriage and family therapy, and nursing. The university's four-year graduation rate is among the highest in the region.
auxiliary enterprises- oklahoma baptist university operates residential facilities for approximately 1,300 of the university's approximately 2,000 enrolled students. Campus dining is provided through chartwells dining services. The university's bookstore is operated by tree of life bookstores.
oklahoma baptist university provides a range of services to students, including health services, career planning and placement, counseling, financial aid, athletic opportunities through 21 varsity sports, an extensive intramural and club sports program, campus activities, a university concert series, and an array of campus ministry programs, including eight local ministry teams, and year-round international missions and service experiences. These services are tied to obu's mission statement: as a christian liberal arts university, obu transforms lives by equipping students to pursue academic excellence, integrate faith with all areas of knowledge, engage a diverse world, and live worthy of the high calling of god in christ.
institutional support for all services provided to approximately 2,000 students.