News & Events

  • 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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  • New Head Baseball Coach

    Randall University is pleased to announce that Hunter Burns has been named as the new Head Baseball Coach. Coach Burns has been at Randall in some capacity since 2013. He played shortstop for the Saints for four years and graduated with a Bachelors degree in Multidisciplinary Studies with an emphasis on Physical Education in 2016.  […]

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  • Online Voice Lessons

    As part of our new Online Worship Studies Specialization, Randall is now offering online voice lessons. This course (APMU 1311-807: Voice for Non-Majors) is private vocal instruction offered completely online for anyone who wants to improve their singing skills. Want to Enroll? For those already enrolled in a degree program, simply enroll in APMU 1311-807. For those […]

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  • Why Randall? Engage!

    The mission of Randall University is to “make a difference for Christ, His church, and our community.” As an institution committed to a distinctively Christian education, we desire to not only train and prepare students academically, but also to empower them to use their gifts, talents, and education to serve a broken world that needs […]

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  • New Appointment: Beth Harper

    Randall University is pleased to announce the appointment of Mrs. Beth Harper as the new Director of the Secondary Education Program and Instructor of Math. Professor Harper comes to Randall University after 37 years teaching mathematics in Moore Public Schools where she taught both at the junior high and high school levels. Her educational philosophy—that […]

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