ABOUT THE LOCATION
"Mid-America Christian University is a private, Christian liberal arts college that's experiencing unprecedented growth. In the last four years alone, MACU has grown from 909 students to over 2,400! The reason for this rapid growth is simple: we offer life-transforming associates, bachelor's and master's programs that will expand your employment and ministry opportunities.
Whether you're a recent high school graduate looking for a traditional campus experience or a motivated working adult who needs affordable, accessible education, MACU has what you're looking for. We offer a range of programs such as: Behavioral Science, Counseling, Business Administration, Bible & Theology, Teacher Education, Leadership and Criminal Justice all taught from a worldview that promotes Judeo-Christian values and ethics."
SPECIAL LODGING OFFER -
This year, OCSPA has teamed up with our host campus to offer you and your delegation a special housing option.
For those traveling long-distances, MACU will be opening up their residence hall rooms for a special rate of $20.00 (Per Person/Per Night)
From our friends at VisitOKC:
"We bet you didn't know that the first yield sign was installed right here in Oklahoma in 1950. Or that Johnny Bench, Ralph Ellison and Sam Bradford were all born in Oklahoma City.
Here are more fun facts about Oklahoma City and the state of Oklahoma:
- Oklahoma City is the largest city in the State of Oklahoma, with a metro population of more than 1.3 million
- Oklahoma City was settled by the historic Land Run of April 22, 1889. The city's population grew to more than 10,000 in a single day.
- I-35, I-40 and I-44 all converge in Oklahoma City. The metropolitan area has 130+ miles of federal interstate and state highways.
- Oklahoma City averages more than 300 days of sunshine per year
- The world's first installed parking meter was in Oklahoma City, on July 16, 1935.
- The first shopping cart was invented and used in Oklahoma City at Standard Food Markets in 1937.
- The state capitol building at 23rd and Lincoln is the only capitol in the nation with a working oil well on its grounds.
- Oklahoma means "Land of the Red People" in the Choctaw Language.
- Oklahoma was admitted to the Union on November 16, 1907 as the 46th state
- Oklahoma City is equal distant from Los Angeles and New York, and within 500 miles of 71 million people
- Oklahoma's state motto is Labor Omnia Vincit - Labor Conquers All Things."