Ouachita Baptist University’s Office of Admissions Counseling will host a fall Preview Day for high school students and their parents on Saturday, Sept.13. Preview Day is the first of many campus visit events, such as the GROW overnight event during Homecoming Week and monthly Tiger Days, available to prospective students. “Visiting campus is vital when searching for the college that...read more →
Ouachita Baptist University’s Office of Career Services will begin its series of fall events with a Graduate and Professional School Fair on Wednesday, Sept. 24, from 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. in Evans Student Center. More than 20 graduate and professional schools from Arkansas, Texas and surrounding states will be present at the event. “The Graduate School Fair is an...read more →
To register your high school junior or senior for GROW, call the Ouachita Admissions Office at (800) DIAL-OBU or visitwww.obu.edu/grow. For more information, call the Ouachita Alumni Office at (870) 245-5111.
GROW (Getting Ready for Ouachita’s World) High school juniors and seniors are invited to experience life as a Ouachita student by attending classes, Tiger Tunes, a special outdoor Refuge worship service and our new Homecoming Purple Plaza Party, spending the night in a residence hall and visiting with current students and faculty members. Call Ouachita admissions at (800) DIAL-OBU or...read more →
Kanakuk & KAA will show a brief movie and present all of the summer jobs available through Kanakuk Kamps and Kids Across America. They will present each of the different kamps hosted by both organization and give detailed descriptions of each one and their vision. After this Kanakuk Reps will provide interview times (the evening of and the following morning)...read more →
T Bar M Camps is looking for exceptional young men and women to work at our camps in the summer. Our Director of Operations, Keith Myer, will be speaking in a classroom on Thursday, October 16. He and his wife, Alice, our Director of Marketing would like to be on campus with a table set up that day to hand...read more →