Oral Roberts University Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (13)
The atmosphere at Oral Roberts University is unparalleled. One is greeted with a majestic scenery upon arrival as well as a warm, kind-hearted community of people that are sure to lift any spirit. The campus isn't so big that one might dread the journey of the days tasks, but isn't so small as to make one feel isolated from the rest of the world. It is diverse in population and courses of study as students and graduates travel the world and plant themselves abroad doing mission work and serving in their respective fields. Your time spent at Oral Roberts will render you a complete person as it is the schools mission to develop the "whole person", healthy in mind, body, and spirit. It's curriculum reflects that as students are required to learn and dedicate themselves to not only their studies but their overall health as a person. Although there is not as much room for error and or misguided fun as one might expect within the traditional college experience, one will grow to realize that all of the things that really matter are what's important at ORU and they are no limits to what you can achieve as a golden eagle. I wouldn't trade my ORU experience for anything. Please visit and see for yourself!
Attending ORU was one of the best decisions I've made in my entire life. The students, faculty and staff truly set ORU apart. I was equipped and have successfully been prepared for the next season of life. The culture not only inspires and challenges you to dream big but also equips you with resources to pursue those dreams! I would recommend ORU to anyone!
Oral Roberts University is a great university to learn and grow. The faculty are approachable and care a great deal about their students. The student body is exceptional with many future world leaders. My area of concentration was intellectually challenging and rewarding. I learned to think independently and felt comfortable challenging all types of thought using excepted research practices.
The university provided much opportunity for preparing my CV for applying to medical school. They have a 100% acceptance rate to medical school for their honors students, and their other programs are excellent as well, such as nursing and business. I had lots of opportunities for extracurricular activities, work study, research, etc. Campus life was excellent and I loved living in the dorms. I'm good friends with several people who lived on my floor freshman year.
The College of Business at ORU has far surpassed my already high expectations. While professors offer challenging, well planned, and effective courses, they do even more outside of the classroom to prepare students for life after graduation. The various clubs, seminars, and internships that have been at my disposal have pushed me to grow and reach my professional goals. In my experience with students from other universities, they simply do not exhibit the academic or professional competence, skills, or experience that ORU has given me. In addition to fantastic academics, ORU offers a campus life that is both exciting and encouraging. They do a great job of building community through various events. I have created friendships here that will last a lifetime, and for that I am extremely grateful. While the dining options on campus are less than spectacular, there are plenty of options within a mile of the dorms, and most of them even accept EagleBucks and offer student discounts. ORU has given me the best college experience I ever could have imagined. I will graduate in less than three months and could not be more happy with the choice I made four years ago. I would recommend ORU to anyone that was considering it.
I was a transfer student to ORU. I went to a community college for two years to knock out my prerequisites on the cheap. Transferring into ORU was very easy and they accepted almost all (if not all) of my credits. The professors really care about the students and are passionate about their fields. Cristi Freudenrich is an amazing educator and mentor, I still keep in contact with her today. The rules have relaxed slightly since I was a student there, but it was great having a set of boundaries. I thought I knew everything when I was in college, but looking back I'm glad that I chose a school that would keep me in check and not let me go off the deep end, like I may have going to a public university. The relationships I made there are the best relationships I have ever made. True, life-long friends with similar life values and goals. If I could do it all over again, I wouldn't change a thing.
I liked the people, the professors and the spiritual disciplines it taught me. It is a university that believes in its students and wants them all to succeed.
This is a school that is working to find the balance of a modern academic academy and yet still remian true to its founding principles. Staff and students are very friendly.
Oral Roberts University is a top tier Graduate and Undergraduate school that combined excellent academics with a spiritual emphasis that is second to none. The education received at Oral Roberts University prepared me for the real world and gave me the tools needed to succeed in life.
I loved the experience at ORU; now it's on to grad school. It's a great Christian school, and the school and most of the students are true to that. My biggest issue is that teacher pay is very low compared to other Oklahoma universities. Also, SA wastes far too much money on useless things.