Student Access

The Center for Student Academic Support (CSAS) provides a range of resources and support to ensure your success at TU. Make us your first point of contact when looking for academic support. We can connect you with the right faculty, staff and resources to ensure your progress toward graduation. CSAS Handbook

Rights and Responsibilities of Students with Accommodations

Students should read this form carefully and discuss any questions with CSAS ahead of the semester to make sure they fully understand all policies and how to use their accommodations. Students must meet with a CSAS professional staff member before they begin using accommodations to review these procedures and learn…

Service and Assistance Animal Guidelines

Service Animals: The Americans with Disability Act, including its amendments (ADA) defines a Service Animal as a dog or miniature horse that is trained to perform tasks and provide assistance to an individual with a disability. Examples of such work or tasks include, but are not limited to, guiding people…

Information for Prospective Students

Student Access provides support services to all students which will, in combination with the talents and resources of the student, provide opportunities to develop independence and achieve academic and personal success. We believe self-advocacy skills are acquired through support and encouragement promoting autonomy and lifelong learning. Specific services include: Academic…

Rights and Responsibilities of Students Using Accommodations

Students should read this form carefully and discuss any questions with CSAS ahead of the semester to make sure they fully understand all policies and how to use their accommodations. Students must meet with a CSAS professional staff member before they begin using accommodations to review these procedures and learn…

504/ADA Accommodation Policy for Students with Disabilities

A. The University of Tulsa is committed to providing equal access for all students to its programs and services, including the equality of opportunity to be competitive in academic endeavors. Effective and efficient implementation of this commitment requires the cooperation of all of the University’s offices, departments, and personnel as…

Support Program for Students with Disabilities

Academic Support Program The Center for Student Academic Success offers a comprehensive range of academic support services and disability accommodations for current students enrolled in the University. CSAS is committed to helping students succeed academically and believes in providing all students with appropriate resources to monitor his/her progress. Student Disability

Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions about Access Frequently Asked Questions about Academic Life Frequently Asked Questions about Accommodations and Disabilities Frequently Asked Questions about Access Q: Where can I find information about building accessibility? A: You can download and print the ADA Accessibility Campus Map. Q: Where can I find information about accessibility…

504/ADA Accommodation Policy for Students with Disabilities

A. The University of Tulsa is committed to providing equal access for all students to its programs and services, including the equality of opportunity to be competitive in academic endeavors. Effective and efficient implementation of this commitment requires the cooperation of all of the University’s offices, departments, and personnel as…

FAQ’s

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Student Access Services

Student Access offers a comprehensive range of services and accommodations for students with disabilities.  Our goal is to provide services that maximize students' independence and ability to fully participate in TU curriculum. Prospective and newly admitted students are encouraged to contact us to discuss their individual needs. Read the letter…

FAQ’S for Faculty

Q: What does it mean to be a person with a disability for class purposes? A: The Americans with Disabilities Act and Amendments define a person with a disability as someone who a) has a physical and/or mental impairment that substantially limits a major life activity; b) has a record…

Learning Disabilities (LD) Documentation Guidelines for the Diagnosing Professional

Introduction It is the responsibility of each student requesting services from the University of Tulsa to provide a comprehensive written evaluation of his/her learning disabilities. Any correspondence regarding the appropriateness or comprehensiveness of the submitted documentation will be sent to the student. It is the student's responsibility to obtain additional…

Staff and Faculty

Accessibility Information Accommodations are available to staff and faculty. TU promotes an inclusive and supportive culture that enables employees and students to be their most productive and successful selves. We Encourage Self-Identification of Health Conditions We encourage all employees to self-identify their disability in the Accessibility Services Portal. This is…

COVID-19 Student Resources

During this time, we want to keep you informed so you can make important decisions surrounding your health and safety. Below is information about distance learning, news, financial support and frequently asked questions. If you have health concerns, there are various campus and external resources available. Resources to help you…

Letter to Incoming Students with Disabilities (and Their Parents)

Welcome to the University of Tulsa! We are so glad you are here! This letter will provide you with some important information about disability accommodations and how to make a successful transition to college. As a college student, you will be taking on significant responsibility for your own life and…

Faculty Top 10 Strategies for Supporting Students with Accommodations

Provide all accommodations listed in the student’s Letter of Accommodation from CSAS. The University thoroughly reviews all requests for accommodations through an interactive process and confirms the eligibility for accommodations. Instructors are required by federal law to assist in providing all the accommodations that students are entitled to receive. Any…

Housing, Dining and Parking

Housing Six university apartment villages are located on the TU campus within walking distance of the College of Law. Visit the University Apartments page for more information. Accessibility The University of Tulsa offers on-campus accessible apartment accommodations for students with physical challenges. Students who are interested in an accessible on-campus apartment should…

Student Access Program

Student Access Office Student Access is committed to helping students succeed academically and believes in providing all students with appropriate resources to monitor their progress. Student Access provides services which will, in combination with the resources and talents of the student, maximize the students’ independence for full participation in the…

Letter to Incoming Students with Autism (and Their Parents)

Dear Student: Welcome to the University of Tulsa! We are so glad you are here! This letter will provide you with some important information about how to make a successful transition to college. As a college student, you will be taking on significant responsibility for your own life and success.…

Student Code of Conduct

The Student Code of Conduct Policy outlines acceptable and unacceptable behavior at The University of Tulsa. The policy is effective until a revised policy has been approved. In addition to checking with the Office of Student Affairs for any revisions to this policy, please be aware that all higher education…