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Review of Obu

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Breonica Brown
Professor Mollie Moore
English Comp. 1135J
14 October 2011
Review of Oklahoma Baptist University

Oklahoma Baptist University located in Shawnee, Oklahoma, is a baccalaureate liberal arts private institution founded in the year 1910, has 34 major buildings and covers over 200 acres of land. Oklahoma Baptist University ranks No. 3 in the 2010 edition of “Best Regional Colleges” and has been Oklahoma’s highest rated college for 16 continuous years. Having 41 percent male and 59 percent female, students who are eligible may receive financial/ federal aid including Pell Grant or Direct loans. OBU has a student to faculty ratio of 15:1, and 65 percent of its classes have fewer than 20 students. This well-known institution offers 10 bachelor’s degrees in 84 undergraduate areas of study and 2 master’s degrees are offered at OBU’s graduate school. Having 113 active faculty members , all of them are participating Christians in some form of Christianity and they participate in a few of OBU’s memberships which include the National League of Nursing, Society for Research in Child Development, Council for Advancement and Support Education Association of Independent Liberal Arts Colleges for Teacher Education and many other. OBU medical/nursing graduates have a 90+ acceptance rate in world-wide medical schools. This private institution believes that by studying different subjects through a Christian lens, you can develop strong analytical skills and become adept at adapting to new and diverse situations.
Oklahoma Baptist University is an extravagant place to be, as the primitive theme goes to say “combine faith and learning” in a positive environment that is very complementary, restoring and challenging. This institution is not the type of school where you could just decide to “get by.” You are exerted in every direction to do your absolute best. This school is favored by most students because it is fairly combative, though still in a sense that it is...

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