News & Events

  • College Nights

    On many Wednesday evenings throughout the academic year, you will find members of Randall’s Recruitment Team visiting with young people at area churches. The purpose of these visits is twofold: Provide high schools students with an opportunity to learn more about Randall University and consider whether the Lord might be leading them to join our […]

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  • VIP Season Tickets

    The Randall University 2019-2020 basketball season has arrived! Get your VIP season pass and enjoy special benefits at each men’s and women’s home game. Each pass costs $100 and includes: Admission to every varsity men’s and women’s basketball home game Special seating in the balcony of the gym Free RU t-shirt Complimentary drinks and light refreshments in […]

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  • Randall University Appoints New President

    Robert G. Thompson Elected as Tenth President of Randall University On October 8, 2019, the Board of Trustees of Randall University unanimously elected Reverend Robert G. Thompson as the next President of Randall University. Robert ‘Bob’ Thompson, who has served as Randall’s Vice President for Institutional Advancement for over 18 years, will begin his term […]

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  • New Business Program Director

    Brent Sykes, Academic Dean, is pleased to announce the appointment of Richard Mencer as Director of the Business Administration Program at Randall University. Under the previous direction of Frances Wade, the program has grown to four specializations and is one of the largest degree programs at Randall. “Mr. Mencer’s varied experiences in business will allow […]

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  • Building Community

    Saturday, September 21 was a special day as Randall University students volunteered in two events serving the broader community. Building on Faith – Buddy Benches In the morning, Randall hosted the “Building on Faith” event in which 100+ volunteers from several different churches in the Moore/Norman communities came together to build “Buddy Benches” for several […]

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  • New Staff Appointments

    Mrs. Shirley Combs Randall University is very excited to welcome Mrs. Shirley Combs back to campus as the new Receptionist in the Administration Building. Sister Shirley is a native Oklahoman but spent 44 years as a career missionary to Brazil with International Missions of Free Will Baptists. From 1980-1985, she and her husband, Jim, took […]

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  • Children at a Crossroad

    One Student’s Reflection on a Service-Learning Experience Crossroads Emergency Youth Shelter, in Norman, OK, provides short-term emergency homeless shelter care for up to 12 children from birth to 17 years of age in Cleveland and other Central Oklahoma Counties. The Emergency Youth Shelter is a safe, nurturing environment for children experiencing any kind of crisis […]

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  • New Students at Bricktown

    Randall University welcomed its 2019 Freshmen Class to campus on Saturday, August 10. As part of the Student Success Skills Class (Freshman Orientation), these new students are spending most of their days in various workshops and classes learning about college life, as well as the rules and regulations of the university. In the evenings, students […]

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  • Athletic Trainer Joins the Saints

    Randall University is excited to announce the hiring of new Athletic Trainer, Kelsey Graham. Kelsey grew up in Pryor, Oklahoma and attended Oklahoma Baptist University from 2012-2016. She ran both cross country and track during her time at OBU. During her freshman year of cross country, she suffered an injury to her lower leg. During […]

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  • New Biblical Commentary

    Dr. Thomas Marberry, Distinguished Professor of New Testament at Randall University, has recently completed a new biblical commentary on the Gospel of Luke for the twelfth edition of the Randall House Commentary Series. Besides a verse-by-verse study method, Dr. Marberry also provides excellent summaries of passages and application notes for teaching the passages of Luke. […]

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