Oak Hills Christian College is committed to your success as a student and as a follower of Christ. We take a “personal on purpose” approach that allows our community to grow in faith together. True knowledge and wisdom can only be gained when learning is rooted in a biblical worldview. Come be a part of the Oak Hills Family!
Oak Hills Christian College held a successful 400 guest gala at The Sanford Center on Thursday evening, January 28, 2016. The Oak Hills Winter Gala purpose was to raise funds for The Campaign for Real Transformation, a $4.3 million campaign that will begin the process of completely remaking the college campus over the next 25 years. The first building that will be built is an 88 bed residence hall that will replace the aging men’s and women’s dorms that have been in service since the 1950’s. The new residence hall groundbreaking is planned ..
We want you to grow your love deeper for Jesus Christ, developing a personal and a biblical faith. Our beautiful lakeside campus provides the perfect context for reflection and transformation. As our whole community journeys, prays, learns and worships together, God will work within and among us to draw us closer to himself. Read More
We expect you to think for yourself. You’ll be learning from highly qualified, Christian professors who are active professionals in their fields. We believe that through your experience here, you will understand and interpret Scripture rightly, develop an explicitly biblical worldview and be well-equipped for your career. Read More
Students at Oak Hills are involved in real service and ministry every week, lead worship in our Community Life Hour, and participate with faculty and staff in intramural/small-group activities. Students provide counsel to the college president and deans through leadership programs and have the option to work on campus to develop real-world job skills. Read More
True knowledge and wisdom can only be gained when learning is rooted in a biblical worldview. OHCC students are challenged and encouraged to learn what God has to say about the world, humanity, and service.