- Ozark Christian College
Ozark Christian College Motto "Not to be served, but to serve." Established 1942 Type Private, Christian school Students 679 Undergraduates 679 Location Joplin, MO, Missouri, United States Colors Mascot Ambassador Affiliations Part of Restoration Movement Christian Churches/Churches of Christ Website www.occ.edu
In 1942, it was founded in Bentonville, Arkansas by Seth Wilson. In 1985, OCC received accreditation by the Association for Biblical Higher Education (ABHE). The school is affiliated with the Restoration Movement.
Programs and campus
Its stated purpose is to "train men and women for Christian service" through an undergraduate Bible college education. Coursework focuses almost exclusively on the Bible, Christian History, ministry and related topics. Music ministry and deaf ministry are also taught. Sports teams are known as the Ambassadors and include men's basketball, men's baseball, men's soccer, women's basketball, women's soccer and women's volleyball. Athletic teams are members of the Midwest Christian College Conference.
The campus has 16 buildings including 3 female dorms, 3 male dorms, cafeteria, Multi-purpose building, Mabee student center, Seth Wilson Library, the chapel building, missions building, Casteel administration building, Christian service building, physical power plant, and the Ozark book store. The college owns about 95 acres (38.4 ha) of land around the campus.
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Two-year colleges Athletic Programs in the Midwest Christian College Conference NCCAA Division II - Southwest
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