Our new students are all moved in! We had a great day of unloading, celebrating and saying “see you soon!” — Thanks to our leaders who helped make the day go smoothly.
We can’t stop staring. 💜💛
Happy Move-In Day! Don’t forget to take lots of photos and tag us in your posts. We’re so glad you’re here! Welcome home! 🥳
Take a look at the beautiful renovations Berry Chapel received this summer. Thank you to the donors, faculty and staff who made this happen! 😍
Are you the parent of a new college student? New on the blog, Ouachita mom Martha Schmidt offers advice for how to have a game plan with your family for freshman move-in day, decide who is responsible for what and more! (Link in bio)
A new school year means a new room. If you want to transform your space but are on a budget, these six decorating tips are guaranteed to make you feel more at home. Read more: (Link in bio)
Ouachita is dedicated to preparing students for lives of meaningful work. In fact, it’s part of our mission statement and has been a theme this past year. Watch this video to see how Ouachita alumni are living it out in many different career paths and callings. (Swipe to continue)
From the Ouachitonian: “Trying to hang in there and work hard and talking to someone who I have never talked to is one of the hardest things about having a stutter.” – Joah Williams --- Check out our blog to read more on Joah (‘19) and how he has learned to deal with his speech impediment. (Link in bio)
“It’s the circle…the circle of [student] life!” 🎤🎶 --- 📷: Artemii Orekhov ('18) @artemiiorekhov
How we feel about students coming back next week!🕺🥳 #GitUpChallenge
From the Ouachitonian: “My mind was blown by all the trip had to offer and all the information my team and I gathered. … It’s a memory I’m going to treasure forever.” – Sarah Ashley Bryant --- Check out our blog to read more about Sarah Ashley (‘19) and her research trip to California. (Link in bio)
Continuing our series of lives of meaningful work, Jessica (Gartman) Bubbus (‘06) shares how she and her husband have a heart to serve – not just just in their business, David's Burgers, but also with their personal connection with foster care. (Swipe to continue)
Does it look like you will have a chance to catch a break this summer – or has it turned out to be just as busy as the school year? Now on the blog, our Campus Ministries office asked Ouachita faculty and staff about ways they find rest. (Link in bio)
Our custom Ouachita acceptance boxes are going out today with a little color-changing surprise! Show us your unboxing by tagging @Ouachita or #OuachitaBound! You may even be featured! – Still haven’t applied? Don’t worry, there’s still time!
We’ve got views.
From the Ouachitonian: “When we went to school here, there were still World War II Army barracks buildings that we had classes in. It is a different place now, for sure. But still the place we choose to live our lives.” --- Check out our blog to read more about Phil & Shirley Hardin and their 26-year career at Ouachita. (Link in bio)
Focusing on this year’s theme of “lives of meaningful work,” check out how Michelle Pérez (’14) came here from Venezuela and is working to make a difference in local communities and people’s lives. (Swipe to continue)
President Sells has been missing our students this summer! Watch this to take a look at what he’s been up to since you’ve been gone. We can’t wait to see all of you back next month! (Swipe to continue)
Happy 4th of July! Have a fun and safe holiday! 🎆🇺🇸
From the Ouachitonian: “After my wife passed away and I got forced into an early retirement from my job, I decided to come back and finish what I started a long time ago.” –Denis Sullins --- Check out our blog to read more about Denis (‘19) and how God led him back to Arkadelphia to finish his degree. (Link in bio)
The calm after the storm. 🌦 --- 📷: Addy Goodman (’20)