ORU is a diverse campus that truly educates the whole person, meaning spirit, soul, and body. Professors are experts in their field, and take the time to share all their knowledge with their students. Professors have open office hours, making it easier to have one-on-one time with them. The overall campus has a friendly atmosphere that really creates a warm and supportive community.
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Good program and worth the money. A lot of credit hours required and the curriculum is tough sometimes. The best professors in their field work there. Strong moral requirements for students. Required weekly chapel, but worth going to. The University has good reputation around the world and in the state.
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