Opened in 2019, Niko Njotorahardjo Hall was the first new student housing constructed
on ORU’s campus since 1976. This apartment-style residence was funded entirely by
donors and built completely debt-free, with no tuition dollars used. The hall is a
state-of-the-art home away from home for our students from down the street and around
the world, with separate wings for men and women and suites that feature kitchenettes,
private baths, high-speed internet and wi-fi, and washers/dryers. Upscale dorm rooms
are located on the top floor.
Nursing and Engineering Complex
In early 2019, ORU purchased and repurposed this 100,000-square-foot facility and
its attendant 14,000-square-foot warehouse, transforming them into a new home for
the Anna Vaughn College of Nursing and the ORU School of Engineering. The space allows
these two programs to deepen their technological proficiencies, reach a wider array
of learners, and graduate students who will have both an immediate and lasting impact
on their respective fields.
Students who take classes in the NEC can also take advantage of a University-provided
shuttle that travels regularly between the new facility and the Hammer Center.
The Stovall Center for Entrepreneurship
Seeded by a generous $1 million donation from ORU alumni Jim and Crystal Stovall,
along with the Tulsa Community Foundation, this new Center will allow ORU to attract
and retain students with exceptional abilities to create new business concepts, start-up
incubators, accelerators, and launchpads, among many other initiatives, to provide
the essential knowledge, skills, and ethics needed to equip ORU students to engage
the world’s biggest challenges with God’s best solutions.
The Stovall Center for Entrepreneurship resides within the College of Business and
is housed in the Nursing and Engineering Complex.
John and Cheryl Clerico Golf Complex
A technological marvel that houses ORU’s golf team, the new Golf Complex includes
the Bill Brogden Golf Performance Center (which features four hitting bays, simulator,
putting green with PuttView technology, and an area for strength conditioning) and
the Bob Canada Short Game Facility (which features a putting green and chipping range
that has three greens to target).
In addition, the Golf Complex also houses a players clubhouse, a players lounge, coaches
offices, and a film area, as well as an area highlighting the performances and accomplishments
of former student-athletes and coaches.
Whole Leaders for the Whole World Campaign
ORU is redefining leadership in the 21st century through a new campaign that continues
the University’s aggressive growth. In Phase I of the campaign, ORU will be raising
$75 million dollars over the next three years, funding new buildings and scholarships.
The showpiece buildings, to be located on the west side of campus, will include a
state-of-the-art Media Arts Center (MAC), a new technologically-driven library, and
a Welcome Center.