Also called OU, Ottawa University is a private Baptist university in Ottawa, Kansas, US. Its history can be traced back to 1860s when Baptist missionaries formed the First Baptist Church. Established in 1865, the institute maintains additional campuses in various locations all over the country. It is officially certified with the American Baptist Churches, USA. Offering liberal arts, the university houses approximately 4,000 students across the campuses and online mode, including about 700 students on its housing campus in Ottawa and around 500 students on its campus in Surprise. The Kansas campus is its original campus and is known as OUKS.
In the year 2017, another residential campus was formed in Surprise, Arizona, and is called OUAZ. Apart from these residential colleges, the university maintains other campuses in Overland Park, Kansas; Brookfield, Wisconsin; Phoenix, Surprise and Queen Creek, Arizona. For international students, the university has on-ground undergraduate, graduate and executive programs. At Ottawa, Kansas and Surprise, Arizona, the students will get to study undergraduate programs. Students can study the graduate program MBA from Ottawa, Kansas and Surprise, Arizona. They can also study the graduate program of Master of Arts in Counseling at Phoenix, Arizona. The students can pursue ground-based programs such as executive MBA course from Brookfield, Wisconsin; Overland Park, Kansas and Phoenix, Arizona. At this university, students will also get to access their degree programs online.
The university campus maintains more than 30 student groups, organisations and clubs. It also maintains the oldest student-run newspaper in Kansas called The Campus. Other than this, it offers facilities for extracurricular activities and interest. Students are offered drama, music, campus ministry opportunities, honour societies and other activities. There are music ensembles, campus ministries, educational and specialized clubs, and club teams such as lacrosse, bowling and open-air adventures in Surprise Campus. The university also offers a range of sports facilities and students can represent the university at various levels. The campus teams are known as the Braves. Also, the university is a part of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics. The teams at the campus participate in the Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference. It allows men and women to participate in a number of intercollegiate and varied intra-college programs.
The university maintains a Department of Church Relations that helps and works to employ students from American Baptist Churches around the nation. Sports like baseball, lacrosse, basketball, football, soccer, golf, tennis, cross country, track & field, volleyball, and wrestling, are offered at the campus. Other than this, the university has proudly created a rich alumni base. Many of the graduates have distinguished themselves in different fields of society. Some of the notable graduates of the university include Mitch Barnhart (Athletic Director, University of Kentucky), Howard K. Gloyd (herpetologist, recognized for explaining many new species of reptiles), Leonard Erickson (researcher of DNA repair) and Robin Harris (comedian). The university has also graduated a number of great sports players
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