Developing students' leadership potentialFebruary 23, 2023
Ouachita's spring enrollment highest in 26 yearsFebruary 13, 2023
Following record fall enrollment, Ouachita Baptist University has reported its highest spring headcount in more than 26 years with a total Spring 2023 enrollment of 1,682.
Equipping students to integrate faith and career as they build lives of meaningful work is a priority at Ouachita. And this fall, brand-new tools will be available to help them.
Finding inspiration, opportunity and friendship in the Hickingbotham School of BusinessOctober 04, 2022
Attending Ouachita after high school graduation was my dream for as long as I can remember. I have grown up listening to my mom talk about her Ouachita college days, and I watched as my brother, Chandler, fell in love with the school too.
Ouachita's Fall 2022 enrollment growth reflects university momentumSeptember 12, 2022
Enrollment continues to grow at Ouachita Baptist University, where a Fall 2022 headcount of 1,784 is the university’s highest in 56 years.
Dreamy apartment life (or not)September 06, 2022
Warning: Everything you are about to read is completely true. Lovers of cooking should keep scrolling. Gordon Ramsey, please forgive me.
I loved my freshman experience at Ouachita, and there’s not a lot that I would change. During that year, I grew closer to the Lord as I navigated through new friendships, experiences and challenges.
Moving to college: Tips for out-of-state studentsJuly 26, 2022
Moving in to your first college dorm is a very exciting time! However, it can come with many questions and challenges. This can be even harder if you’re moving to Arkadelphia from out of state and need to pack everything you might need for an entire year in one trip – yikes!
Growing up in North Little Rock, Ark., I was concerned about moving to a small town like Arkadelphia. Will I ever get out of my room? What would I do on the weekends?
Six things freshmen should know before starting collegeJuly 12, 2022
Hello friends! I thought I would shed some light on what I’ve learned since being a freshman in college ...