Niche has ranked Oglethorpe University among the most diverse colleges in Georgia—and in the country—topping Georgia State University, Georgia Institute of Technology and Kennesaw State University. Earning an “A” in diversity, Oglethorpe was listed in the top five Georgia colleges and 66th nationally, of the 1713 U.S. colleges evaluated and based on the most recent data available from […]
The Oglethorpe University Stormy Petrels have made it to the Final 4 of Sports Illustrated’s Mascot Rush for the best mascot in the country. Unbelievably, we’re currently trailing the Alfred University Saxons. But as everyone knows, a Stormy Petrel never gives up—no matter what.
Check out our photo, video and social media round-up from this year’s commencement festivities. You just might see yourself or your own posts included! [View the story “Class of 2016 Commencement” on Storify]
Oglethorpe University’s Student Government Association (SGA) and university leaders were invited by Georgia State Representative Taylor Bennett (D-Brookhaven) to visit the capitol on March 14. The Georgia House of Representatives passed a resolution to recognize “Oglethorpe University for its achievements in educating students of Georgia and commend its student leaders for their commitment to promoting the goals […]
This annual tradition honors our university’s namesake, James Edward Oglethorpe. Held in February, Oglethorpe Day commemorates the anniversary of General Oglethorpe’s arrival to the new world in Savannah, Ga. Learn more at oglethorpe.edu/oglethorpeday
On January 26, President Larry Schall hosted the first annual Presidents’ Leadership Dinner in collaboration with Senior Class President Alex Attebery ’16. The event, held in the Turner Lynch Campus Center, was attended by more than 80 Oglethorpe student leaders, faculty and staff members and was organized to recognize exceptional leadership within the student body. Oglethorpe Board Chair Ceree Eberly, […]
The moment I stepped onto Oglethorpe University’s campus as a high school senior, I knew that this would become my home. Seeing the Carillon bells in the Lupton clock tower that cold November morning at OU Uncensored made me realize that you can fall in love with a place at first sight—just as with a […]
Roger Marmol ’16, a history and politics double major with a minor in studio art, is getting a jump start on his career—he has won a seat on the Snellville City Council. While a full-time student, Roger worked diligently on his campaign for the November 3rd elections, focusing on community, leadership, and growth in the city […]
Dr. Paul S. Hudson ’72, an award-winning author and historian, presents an overview of Oglethorpe University’s fascinating and colorful history. Dr. Hudson is a professor at Georgia Perimeter College in Atlanta, and has served as an adjunct professor and registrar at Oglethorpe.