Student Life in Bemidji, MN: Winter

Friday, February 10, 2017

Oak Hills Christian College’s campus is nestled in 185 acres of wooded, rolling hills overlooking serene Lake Marquette. As you can imagine, this nature-friendly campus provides students with endless activities to keep their bodies and souls healthy throughout the year, even in the dead of winter! While the sub-zero temperatures aren’t for the faint-hearted, Minnesota-approved winter gear and these winter activities will help you seize the deep freeze!

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New Residence Hall Comes to Life

Friday, January 20, 2017

Over the last year, we’ve watched as campus transformed into something new. Central to these changes has been the development of Thompson Hall. As students begin moving into their new rooms, we are anticipating an even greater strength in community.

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High School Grads: This is Why Oak Hills is Right For You.

Tuesday, January 10, 2017

Deciding where to go to college is a big decision and a huge investment of time, money and hard work. What programs are available and what career or ministry do I want to pursue? What kinds of people will I meet? Will I stay close to home or study abroad? These are some of the questions you’ve probably pondered when considering one of the biggest decisions in your life so far.

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Departure from the Hostetters

Wednesday, December 28, 2016

It was a wild ride full of adventure, for the most part. There were amazing highs and precipitous drops accompanied by abrupt and sudden changes of direction. There were moments of sheer terror and moments of utter exhilaration. On the other hand, although rarely, it was sometimes languid and slow, tedious even. So what am I talking about? Whitewater rafting? Riding a roller coaster? Helicopter ride?

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30 Days Until Spring Semester

Saturday, December 10, 2016

Finals Week is upon us and things are really taking a turn for Oak Hills' students. Take Landon, for example. Here we see a prime example of how working hard can quickly turn into hardly working:

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#HumansOfOakHills

Saturday, November 19, 2016

Oak Hills: personal on purpose. While the popular page Humans of New York and a plethora of others are posting pictures and comments from strangers, our little community contains people who are strangers only to the rest of the world. Using #humansofoakhills we are hoping to open our campus up to the rest of the world through these subtle, insightful snapshots.

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Mondays With Mookie | Oct. 31st

Monday, October 31, 2016

Well, the first semester at Oak Hills is flying by! The new dorm is moving along very quickly, and the students should be moving in after the first of the year. How exciting is that?

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Fall Preview day 2016 Through Our New Counselor's Eyes

Tuesday, October 25, 2016

It was great to get to know new students during Fall Preview Day. It’s one thing to be communicating with students over the phone or through an email, but seeing someone face-to-face, learning about their passions, and seeing them in pursuit of their future by taking a campus tour was enlightening and truly helped me meet the needs of individual students.

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Mondays With Mookie | October 24th

Monday, October 24, 2016

Fall Preview days as come and gone for another year. We had a great day with the prospective students that came to tour and spend the day with us at Oak Hills. The new residence hall (Thompson Hall) was a great hit. The students were able to tour the facility to visualize where they will be living when they come to campus. They were able to visit with the professors and advisors to get an idea of what their classes will look like. Our Financial Aid director Matt Myrick also spoke on the importance of getting your financial aid done in a timely manner. We had great visits with each of the students.

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Most Important Factors for Choosing a College: Campus Life

Monday, October 17, 2016

College is completely different from high school, in that it's an entire way of living, not simply a classroom. College will potentially be your home for the next four years: you'll meet your roommate and best friends, learn valuable life lessons, find your favorite late-night study spot, and discover the righteous path that God has planned for you.

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