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'''Oral Roberts University''' is a co-educational liberal arts college in [[Tulsa]], [[Oklahoma]].  It was founded in 1963 by televangelist [[Oral Roberts]].  Enrollment is about 3,000 students for the 2008 academic year.  The current acting university president, Dr. Ralph Fagin, replaced [[Richard Roberts]] after he stepped down in October, 2007.  Athletic teams at ORU are the Golden Eagles, competing in the [[NCAA]] Division I Summit League.
 
'''Oral Roberts University''' is a co-educational liberal arts college in [[Tulsa]], [[Oklahoma]].  It was founded in 1963 by televangelist [[Oral Roberts]].  Enrollment is about 3,000 students for the 2008 academic year.  The current acting university president, Dr. Ralph Fagin, replaced [[Richard Roberts]] after he stepped down in October, 2007.  Athletic teams at ORU are the Golden Eagles, competing in the [[NCAA]] Division I Summit League.
  
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Oral Roberts University is a co-educational liberal arts college in Tulsa, Oklahoma. It was founded in 1963 by televangelist Oral Roberts. Enrollment is about 3,000 students for the 2008 academic year. The current acting university president, Dr. Ralph Fagin, replaced Richard Roberts after he stepped down in October, 2007. Athletic teams at ORU are the Golden Eagles, competing in the NCAA Division I Summit League.