OBU is closed and all classes and events are cancelled through Friday, December 6.
January 22, 2007
Oklahoma Baptist University’s International Graduate School will host its grand opening at the Momentum Building, 111 N. Harrison in downtown Oklahoma City Tuesday, Jan. 23, at noon. An open house is slated at the building on Thursday, Jan. 25, from 5-7 p.m.
The facility, which will house OBU’s graduate programs, is in Oklahoma City’s Triangle District, just north of Bricktown.
The grand opening will include a ribbon-cutting with the Oklahoma City Chamber of Commerce representatives, and remarks from several individuals, including OBU President Mark Brister and Bert Belanger from UrbanWorks, a local development group.
Marian Combs, director of OBU’s International Graduate School, said the OBU-IGS is hosting the open house to introduce the MBA degree program to area business leaders and prospective students.
“Our program offers the quickest start-to-completion for any MBA program offered in downtown Oklahoma City,” said Combs. “We believe professionals in the metro area will find our program to be particularly appealing.”
Both events are free. The grand opening includes a luncheon
On I-235, coming from the south, take the Harrison Ave. Exit (1E) toward downtown Oklahoma City. Turn right onto Harrison. The building is on the right, just through the stoplight. Look for the red window frames.
Coming from the north, take the westbound N. 6th St. Exit (1F) toward downtown. Go straight onto NE 6th. Take a left onto North Oklahoma and another left onto Harrison. The building is on the left.
There is parking directly across the street, as well as around the perimeter of the building. There also is a fenced lot at 6th and Oklahoma, and a parking garage at 7th and Oklahoma. Please reserve parking closest to the building for our guests who need assistance.
For more information, call 405.343.9362 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.