Now in its fourteenth season, Project Poet is an annual poetry competition where Ozarks students write and perform original poetry in pursuit of the grand title of Poet Laureate of the Spadra Valley...not to mention a $1,000 grand prize. The second episode will follow our poets as they work to “stay in print” through a new challenge—and you can vote to help them!
Now in its fourteenth season, Project Poet is an annual poetry competition where Ozarks students write and perform original poetry in pursuit of the grand title of Poet Laureate of the Spadra Valley...and also a $1,000 grand prize. The third episode ratchets up the competition as our poets have to face an even tougher challenge—and you help decide who’s got the right stuff!
Parents and Families will have the opportunity to join President Dunsworth for a university provided brunch on Saturday morning. Additional details regarding the location of the event will be provided prior to Homecoming week.**Students & Families Only**
Wrap up the weekend by attending one of Ozarks most honored traditions. Each year we remember those who have left us and honor their memories of their time at Ozarks. This up-lifting service is a celebration of love and friendship and is the perfect end to a perfect weekend. The service will be held in the Munger-Wilson Memorial Chapel.
Come out in costume to hear the Music Department perform in one of the most popular campus and community traditions. The performance will feature Chamber Singers, Chapel Choir, student and staff soloists, and Dr. Sharon Gorman, Walton Professor of Music and University Organist.
Our annual spirituality center will be open daily in the lower level of the chapel from November 12 until December 3. Come explore over 15 different spirituality stations throughout the lower level of the chapel to engage in prayer and personal reflection. Come on your own or bring others with you. Come as often as you like.
Annual worship service of Lessons and Carols featuring the University of the Ozarks Chamber Singers and Chapel Choir, led by members of the Ozarks community.