Save the Date for Our Annual Scholarship Auction!

On April 8, 2017 Randall University will host its 19th Annual Scholarship Auction. This is our biggest event of the year, not only because of the exciting items up for bid or the wonderful opportunity for fellowship around a delightful meal, but because the heart of this auction is raising money for Randall students. Learn more or buy your tickets today here! 


Randall hosts the NCCAA Southwest Regional Basketball Tournament

From February 23-25, Randall University will host the NCCAA Southwest Regional Tournament for Men's and Women's Basketball. Seven colleges and universities will be represented. A complete schedule of events can be found on our Athletics website here


Blood Drive a Great Success!

On Thursday, December 1, 2016, Randall University hosted its fall semester OBI blood drive in the Barber Center lobby.  Numerous students, faculty, and staff members participated in the event.  According to a statement from OBI, the drive was a great success!  An OBI representative wrote in a letter to the university:

"It is vital to have strong community partners, such as Randall University, that see value in dedicating time to organizing blood drives and encouraging donations.  Please extend our sincere thanks to Denny Kuhn for working with our team to prepare and recruit 37 people willing to give blood.  Of those, 34 were able to donate and save lives of patients across Oklahoma."

For years, Randall University has gladly partnered with OBI to afford members of the university family the opportunity to participate in this act of charity for people in need.  Scripture teaches that “For the life of every creature is its blood: its blood is its life” (Lev 17:14).  The donating of blood literally gives what is life-saving for many who have suffered blood-loss due to illness, tragic accident, and major surgery.  This is just one of many ways that Randall University does good for the community at large, seeking to fulfill Jesus’ teaching to “let your light shine before others, so that they may see your good works and give glory to your Father who is in heaven” (Matthew 5:16).    

- written by Denny Kuhn


Randall Launches New Athletics Website

For the first time in school history, Randall University Athletics has launched its own website. As of July 19, 2017, will now be the official home of Randall Saints Athletics. Visit the new site and learn more about all the resources the site offers. We are very excited to share this new site with you!



Saints "Dream Big" for Autism Awareness

On December 2, Randall's men's and women's basketball teams hosted Ozark Christian for back-to-back match-ups. But this evening was about so much more than basketball. During the men's game, both Randall and Ozark teamed up with the Kids and Dreams Foundation, which raises awareness and support for those with autism and children who are experiencing bullying. The evening was well-chronicled in an article by Adam Troxtell in the Norman Transcript, which we encourage you to read. 


Randall Welcomes New Director of Elementary Education

Beginning in January 2017, Randall University will welcome Julie Curry, who has been appointed as our new Director of Elementary Education. Julie has earned a B.S. with an Elementary Education Certification and a Masters of Education and Curriculum with an Administration Certification from the University of Oklahoma. She also has a Masters of Science, as a Professional Counselor from Mid-America Christian University.

Julie has worked in education in various roles for over 20 years. She began as a preschool teacher, then became Children's Director at her church, and eventually taught fifth grade for several years. For the past eight years, she has been an elementary school counselor and vice principal, as well as serving on various committees in the public school district. We are pleased to welcome Julie to the Randall community. 


Women's Soccer Rewarded for Their Achievements

The Women's Soccer season has just completed their second full season together at Randall. This season, the team and its individual players received several accolades for their success on and off the field. We have listed some of those achievements below:

  • Ranked in the NCCAA DII Top 5 Rankings three different times during the season
  • Southwest Region Representative at NCCAA DII National Championship
  • Made the NCCAA DII Final Four, and won 3rd Place at the NCCAA DII National Tournament upsetting the #3 seed Maranatha Baptist
  • NCCAA DII Women's Soccer: Defensive Student-Athlete Second Week October (Lucia Avila)
  • NSCAA 1st team All-American (Lucia Avila)
  • NSCAA 2nd team All-Americans (Jordan Huereca/Carissa Wilkinson)
  • NCCAA DII All-Tournament Team (Madi Harris & Carissa Wilkinson)
  • NCCAA DII Scholar-Athlete (Amy Vongdeuane)
  • NCCAA DII National Coach of the Year Nominee (Tony Willetts)
  • Best Overall Record in Program history 8-9-1

Congratulations to Coach Tony Willetts and the Lady Saints! Find more about Women's Soccer here


Historic Season for Women's Volleyball at Randall

This was a historic year for Randall University's volleyball program. For the first time in school history the Lady Saints won the NCCAA southwest region championship, a feat made more difficult as our region doubled in size after combining with the central region starting in 2016. Read on to find out more about what the team achieved throughout the season and postseason, as well as the individual accolades that were awarded to both the players and coach. Well done, Saints!


Randall Welcomes New Director of Financial Aid

On November 15, 2016, we welcomed Cliff Bristow to the Randall University staff as our new Director of Financial Aid. He is excited about this new opportunity and shares below some fun information about himself.

Cliff grew up in West Texas. No, he is not a Longhorns fan!  He lives in Yukon with his wife Carolynn and his children. With a wife and five kids ranging in age from 3-21, you can bet he stays pretty busy with helping them solve their everyday life's problems.  Like, "Do my shoes match my outfit?", "Dad, can I borrow some money?", "Dad, can you teach me how to drive?", and "Daddy, can you watch 'Frozen' with me again (and again and again)?".  In the free time he does have, he is teaching himself how to play the guitar and enjoys reading.

His personal mottos are that: 1) you reap what you sow and 2) you should always treat others how you would like to be treated. His goals are to do the very best that he can at all that he does and to learn something new every day. Most importantly, he knows that he is very blessed and is extremely thankful for Grace.


City of Moore Celebrates "Randall University Day"

The City of Moore has recognized September 13, 2016 as “Randall University Day.” We celebrated 50 years on our current campus with a special chapel service featuring Rev. Jeff Blair, Chair of the Board of Trustees, and Steve Eddy, City Manager of Moore. See more pictures here!


Benjamin Randall Antiquity Presented to Randall University

On August 18, 2016, at the first Convocation of Randall University, Dr. H. David Crowe, the Executive Director of Free Will Baptist North American Ministries and speaker for the gathering, presented to Randall University with a pocket watch that was carried by Benjamin Randall, the University's namesake and founder of Free Will Baptists in the Northeastern United States. President Timothy Eaton, who received the watch on behalf of the University, commented, "We owe a debt of gratitude to David and Kathey Crowe for this priceless gift to the University.  It is a tangible legacy of a great man." For more about Benjamin Randall, click here



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