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Surprise's Secret with growing OUAZ

Phoenix area cities have long sought to grow 4-year universities. What has been Surprise, AZ's secret with the growing Ottawa University?

OUAZ Earns Colleges of Distinction Designation for 2021-22

Ottawa University-Arizona (OUAZ) has earned the prestigious designation as a national College of Distinction for 2021-22, the second consecutive year it has been honored as such.

University Earns Military Friendly Distinction

Ottawa University is pleased to announce that it has been designated a 2021-22 Military Friendly School by Viqtory Media, the leader in connecting the military and civilian worlds.

OUAZ Launches Cybersecurity Programs

OUAZ and the Angell Snyder School of Business has launched three new programs in cybersecurity that will create new enrollment opportunities on the Surprise campus.

OUAZ 2021 National Champions in Cheer

The OUAZ cheer team win national title in its first-ever trip to the United Cheer Association college nationals.

Dr. Tsutsui to Lead OU as President/CEO

The Ottawa University Board of Trustees announced today that Dr. William Tsutsui [soot-SUE-ee] has been selected to serve as University President and CEO, effective July 1.

OUAZ 2021 National Champions in Beach Volleyball

The OUAZ Spirit beach volleyball team beat Vanguard to capture its second-straight AVCA Small College National Championship.

New OUAZ Vice President for Advancement

Todd Simpson joins OUAZ team as vice president for advancement, bringing more than 30 years of experience to his new position.

OUAZ Spirit Life Focused on Personal Growth

The new residential college campus, rising up from the dirt in the Valley of the Sun, is steadfast in setting itself apart from the competition.

Dr. Tyner Named First OUAZ President

In May, Chancellor Kevin Eichner announced that Dr. Dennis Tyner would be the first president of the University’s two-year-old residential campus in Surprise, Ariz

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