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Whole Leader Scholarship

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Empowering Students On The Quest For Wholeness

ORU seeks to educate students who are on a quest to become whole leaders who desire to develop a healthy, character-driven lifestyle that sets the standard in society and enables them to thrive in life.

We are looking for well-rounded students who dream of furthering their education, where they will emerge as servant leaders who are spiritually alive, intellectually alert, physically disciplined, socially adept and professionally competent.

Through participation in a Quest Leadership Event, admitted students will secure their Quest Whole Leader Scholarship offer, with the potential of increasing that scholarship to an amount ranging to full-tuition. Students who receive consideration for a scholarship will demonstrate the following: Christian Worldview, Lifestyle of Service, Academic Achievement, Leadership Ability, Vision to Make a Life-Changing Impact on Others and a Healthy Lifestyle.

Meet some current Quest Scholars by clicking below

  • Manuel Cruz

    As a young Christian male, it has been great to be with other people who have the same experiences and struggles and are striving to know God. I just feel like, these are my people. This is my community.

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  • Shavonte Celestine

    The student body is unlike no other. What other school can you go to and meet people from 84 different nations pursuing God?

  • Aaron Wendel

    I felt relief when I found out I’d received a Quest Whole Person Scholarship. Everything helps with how expensive college is. It’s quite the honor. I hope to live up to keep living up to the Whole Person title.

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  • Omar Farfan

    My classes, even if they’re not biblical, all bring it back to God. For example, in my introduction to theater class, we talk about being a critic. We talk about how you can use your faith, but you also have to bring in the outside world and see how they see things.

  • Isaac Stone

    The students are all very active. I love the whole let’s-get-after-it attitude.

  • Brianna Garcia

    I love how open ORU is, even for commuter students. If you’re not getting involved, it’s not because ORU is not inviting you. They lay the foundation, but getting involved is up to you.

  • Keaton Tillack

    One thing I love about ORU is the people here. Everyone is just super nice, which I think is rare. I think it’s the whole person thing—the students trying to live out the whole person [philosophy]. It just makes everyone so friendly.”

  • David Ropotusin

    There is a positive vibe on the campus that you can see. Everyone is here to help each other.

  • Natalie Reed

    There is obviously the focus on academics, but with ORU they really care about you as a person.

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