60th Anniversary Celebration

Register Now for the 60th AnniversarySaturday, February 23, 2019

Celebrating His Name | Remembering Our Name 

Visiting with alumni and friends (Gymnasium)

Celebration Concert (Auditorium)

Inviting all alumni and past attendees of Oklahoma Bible College, Hillsdale Free Will Baptist College, and Randall University! 

In 2019, Randall University celebrates its 60th anniversary. On February 23, we will host a special homecoming concert featuring former members of the university's singing groups, music faculty, and others. Imagine an entire stage full of vocalists singing both old and new songs—all to celebrate the name of Jesus!

Registration is required, so please be sure to visit our registration page and save your place at this exciting event. We would truly love for you to join us! 

History of the University

The Co-operative General Association of Free Will Baptist in the west opened Tecumseh College in Tecumseh, Oklahoma in 1917. The school was destroyed by fire in 1927 and was never completely rebuilt due to the depression, dust bowl days, World War II, and the Korean Conflict. Bible institutes were sponsored by the Oklahoma State Association of Free Will Baptists which developed into Oklahoma Bible College (OBC). OBC was officially launched in Tulsa in January, 1959. The college began operations at its present location on September 13, 1966, embracing a vision of higher education which included the study of the liberal arts.

In 1971, the governing board renamed the institution Hillsdale Free Will Baptist College in honor of Hillsdale College in Hillsdale, Michigan, which began as a Free Will Baptist institution in 1844. (Hillsdale College in Michigan is no longer affiliated with Free Will Baptist.) Student enrollment in non-ministry degree programs proliferated, leading to the offering of a variety of degrees. Two Master of Arts degrees are now offered.

The university’s name was publicly changed to Randall University on July 1, 2016, in honor of Benjamin Randall (February 7, 1749 – October 22, 1808), the founder of the Free Will Baptists in the northeastern United States. 

Though Randall University has been known by several names, the institution continues to have one clear purpose:

Equipping men and women to make a difference 
for Christ, His Church, and the community.

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You Should Attend the 60th Anniversary Celebration

Want to Sing with Us?

We need your help to make this event a success. If you were formerly part of one of the University's singing groups and would like to participate in this concert, please contact David Archer via Facebook here or by email at davidwarcher@msn.com

We'd love to have you join us!