Field Trip for Business Majors

Wednesday, April 25, 2018

Last week the director of our business program, Dana Schnortz, took students on a field trip to Douglas Machine Inc. Douglas Machine Inc. is an Alexandria, Minnesota based company that manufactures packaging equipment for Fortune 500 companies. Douglas Machine has operated on Biblically-based principles since 1964. The Chairman of the Board, Vern Anderson shared with OHCC students how his faith impacts every area of his personal and professional life.  


Spring Banquet 2018

Friday, April 20, 2018

The snow couldn’t keep the Oak Hills students away from willing in spring by celebrating their annual Spring Banquet on April 13th. With a simple theme of “Under the Golden Sun,” sixty one students and staff came out for an evening of “classy adult fellowship.” The banquet was held in Camp Oak Hills Dining Hall with Scott and Mandi Buchan serving the students by catering the meal. Some local middle and high school students served an array of appetizers prior to the meal. Ron Wilson was the DJ for the dance that followed the meal. Spring Banquet is planned by a group of students with help from Student Life. This year’s Spring Banquet committee consisted of Mikaela Clyde, Kendra Lelm, Taylor Miller and Sophia Aguirre. CONTINUE READING

Heart Currents Now Available

Wednesday, April 18, 2018

Oak Hills is excited to announce the premiere volume of Heart Currents, the college’s first creative journal. This journal showcases students’ creative works and provides them with the opportunity to bless others with their words, experiences, and insights and to bring glory to the Lord. We have a talented group of students at Oak Hills, and this journal is an arena of opportunity for which they can practice and hone their skills. 


Intercultural Communications Class Trip

Wednesday, April 04, 2018

On March 23-24, Oak Hills Intercultural Communications students, led by Adjunct Professor Bill Haas and Teaching Assistant Faith Deppa, experienced an exciting and informative intercultural trip to the Twin Cities. OHCC students engaged with Chinese students from the University of Minnesota in a relaxed setting as well as touring the Chinese exhibit at the Minneapolis Institute of Art. One of the highlights of the trip was the Somali Museum. Students and leaders all expressed that they were surprised and enlightened by this part of the two day experience. On Saturday morning, the group joined a local Hmong church in helping to make preparations for their children’s Easter program and decorate the children’s Sunday School room. Students and staff were excited about the learning opportunity and look forward to future opportunities to share Christ with people of other cultures. CONTINUE READING