Mike Rasch

Mike Rasch

V.P. for Enrollment Management | (218) 751-8670 or (888) 751-8670 ext. 1283

Hometown: Bemidji, MN

Alma Mater: Northland Junior College- Associate Arts in Business Administration. Bemidji State University - Bachelor of Science in Business Education, with Coaching Minor.

Things you are most passionate about: God, Family, sports and riding my Harley.

Advice you would give new students: Make the most of your college years. They go fast! Study, relax and build long lasting relationships.

What you love about OHCC: Family, friendly, atmosphere and the beautiful setting of the campus.

Favorite Bible verse: Ephesians 6:16 "Take up the shield of faith, with which you can extinguish all the flaming arrows of the evil one."

Best advice you can give to a student searching colleges: Pray about it. Follow your heart. You will get a lot of advice from a lot of different people. Ultimately you are the decision maker.

Best kept Oak Hills Christian College secret: One of the Top 50 Affordable Bible Colleges in the U.S. and Canada, while offering a quality, biblical education.

  michaelrasch@oakhills.edu


Kristine Bommersbach

Admissions Marketing Manager | (218) 751-8670 or (888) 751-8670 ext. 1285

Hometown: Medina, ND

Alma Mater: Bismarck State College – Associate in Arts – Valley City State University B.S. Business Administration with a Concentration in Marketing

Things you are most passionate about: Faith, Family, Friends, Traveling, and Bow Hunting

Advice you would give new students: Your college years will be remembered as some of your favorite years in life. Treasure the time you have in college and take time to make great friends because the friends you make in college will be friends for life.

What you love about OHCC: I love the family aspect Oak Hills provides. We all care for one another and have the ability to laugh, pray, cry and worship together with God openly.

Favorite Bible verse: Proverbs 3: 5-6 Trust in the Lord with all your heart lean not to your own understanding in all your ways acknowledge him and he will make your paths straight.

Best advice you can give to a student searching colleges: Become familiar with the college/s you visit. Research the major you plan to be in. Keep an open heart and mind to all options, Make a pros and con list to the different places you visit. Ask lots of questions!

Best kept Oak Hills Christian College secret: OHCC provides one of the most peaceful and beautiful places too study and receive an education.

 kbommersbach@oakhills.edu


Kierlyn Ward

Admissions Counselor | (218) 751-8670 or (888) 751-8670 ext. 1220

Hometown: St. Croix Falls, WI

Alma Mater: Oak Hills Christian College - B.S. Business

Things you are most passionate about: God, People, Art (in a completely uneducated way), The Outdoors (yay for kayaks!), My Pet Chickens (search google images “Americana egg”).

Advice you would give new students: Get out there—try something new. Embrace cold night walks. Be aware of God when you’re looking at those stars. Take moments to listen to those around you. Go swing dancing. Respect your professor’s time. Work hard. Sleep hard. But, ultimately, trust that God is so much greater than your day-to-day struggles and IS able to do more than you could ever ask or imagine (Ephesians 3:20).

What you love about OHCC: This community is so close. You get to know everyone on some level, and develop some incredible relationships that last for years, and even a lifetime, after graduating.

Best advice you can give to a student searching colleges: Consider how different places will contribute to your faith-walk. Some colleges will immerse you in teaching, while others have groups to which you can be committed. Not every college is for you. Check out different schools, but trust your gut in the end.

Best kept Oak Hills Christian College secret: Lake Marquette is actually connected to the Mississippi River. You can even take a canoe from campus northward all the way to Bemidji. Or, you can go south, through a windy, thick-bordered river that feels more like the Amazon than a loon haven.

  kierlynward@oakhills.edu