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Oral Roberts University College of Theology and Ministry

Oral Roberts University College of Theology and Ministry

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Founded to educate the whole person-mind, body and spirit-ORU promises a world-class academic experience in the context of a vibrant Christ-centered community.

ORU is pursuing excellence in every category-strengthening academic programs, upgrading technological capabilities and improving facilities campus-wide.

A comprehensive university dedicated to strong student outcomes, ORU offers 65 undergraduate majors, many with national accreditation, as well as 14 master’s-level programs and two doctoral degrees. Faculty members educated at the nation’s top graduate schools serve as academic, professional and spiritual mentors to students who come to ORU from every corner of the globe.

ORU continues to redefine what it means to be a leading Christian university. We invite you to feel the energy of ORU and become a part of this university on the go.

ATS Member Status: Accredited

7777 South Lewis Avenue
Tulsa, OK 74171

Phone: 918-495-7016
Fax: 918-495-6259

Thomson K. Mathew, Dean, School of Theology and Missions Ph: 918-495-7016
Cheryl L. Iverson, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs Ph: 918-495-6596

Denomination: Inter/Multidenominational

Fall 2010 Data:
Enrollment: 331 (220.9 FTE)
Faculty Full-Time: 18
Faculty Part-Time: 14

Approved Degrees: MDiv, MA in Missions, MA in Christian Counseling, MA in Practical Theology, MA (Biblical Literature), MA (Theological and Historical Studies), DMin

Comprehensive distance education program: yes

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2 Reviews

  1. The greatest seminary in the world!

  2. Hello, I’m David Cushing with cerebral palsy and with severe speech impediment searching steps/instructions on to get started on becoming an ordained minister. I know it sounds bizarre, but I’m led by Almighty Lord God to become an ordained minister. I’m in an electric wheelchair and I am learning to use the Dynavox for better communication.

    I’d become born-again Christian when I was 12 years old – whereas then I was walking with ankle braces, I didn’t want to wear the braces any more, I’d disposed of them, but I did, and still do have a manual wheelchair, since then I’ve been backsliding over the years.

    After being in a couple nursing homes, somehow the Holy Spirit got me to thinking. Few years ago, I’d re-dedicated my life and, for some odd reason, I got hooked on Joel Osteen (Lakewood Church, Houston)and Dr. Charles Stanley (Atlanta Baptist Church)

    Actually I’d grown up with mostly my biological father and stepmother, in which she was a Southern Baptist Christian long story short, that’s how it is with me.

    So may I please have some info on how to get started in going to beconm an ordained minister, like what is required to get started in attending a seminary?

    Thank you. Lord bless…..

    David Cushing

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