Alcohol and Drug Policy

The University of Tulsa is an educational community dedicated to maintaining a healthy and safe community that reflects high standards of academic excellence and responsible social behavior. Alcohol: The law states that the legal minimum age for the consumption of alcoholic beverages is 21 years.Thus it is a violation of…

Strategic Marketing & Communications

The Office of Strategic Marketing & Communications is the comprehensive, in-house public relations service for The University of Tulsa. For an archive of our new releases please visit the News & Media page. Our professional staff of communicators works to strategically build, maintain and strengthen important relationships between the public and the university. Strategic…

Diversity

The University of Tulsa College of Law is committed to promoting diversity in the legal profession and ensuring equal opportunity and inclusion for law students, faculty and staff. The University of Tulsa College of Law believes diversity of people, ideas, opinions, and culture is essential to a productive society and…

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…

Music Summer Camps & Courses

Chamber Music Camp May 31 - June 5, 2015 The Chamber Music Camp is open to intermediate and advanced string students, currently enrolled in grades eight through twelve, interested in playing in small chamber ensembles. The course fee is $250. This week-long day camp will begin with registration, orientation, and a…

Recruiting Policies & Guidelines

The Center for Career Development and Professional Engagement (CCDPE) is an active member of the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) and adheres to NACE’s Principles for Ethical Professional Practice, which provide recruitment professionals with a framework for maintaining a fair and equitable recruitment process and supports responsible decision-making…

Lorton Performance Center

The Roxana Rózsa and Robert Eugene Lorton Performance Center, located at 550 S. Gary Place just east of Harvard between 5th and 8th Streets on the beautiful University of Tulsa campus, is TU’s showcase facility for the musical and performance arts. Completed in 2011 as part of the Embrace the Future…

TU Physics Journal Club

Professor Jerry McCoy is the founder of the TU Physics Journal Club. Originally, he worked in the oil industry, which was when a colleague of his mentioned that he would like to start a group that would get together to discuss advances in science. This piqued his interest. Later on,…

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…

Student Activities

The Student Activities Office works closely with The University of Tulsa Student Association (SA). Explore all the involvement opportunities available and review the complete list of SA-chartered Student Organizations. SA is responsible for allocating funds, recognizing official organizations, maintaining a record of recognized student organizations, imposing rules and guidelines, and facilitating programs and events…

Nontraditional Students

Find Your Path and Learn the Ropes Evaluate your major and make sure it is the right fit for you. Visit your Academic Advisor at least 1-2 times a semester. Know your major/minor requirements and map out your course schedule for all four years. Some classes are only offered certain…

Routine Prevention and Maintenance Checks

How many of us like asking for help? Most people don’t. It’s a skill that you have to learn and hone, but it’s a critical skill to success in education and in life. In college, you have to learn how to recognize you may need assistance and then how to…

Welcome Students

The University of Tulsa welcomes you to campus. Whether you're a freshman or transfer student, we're glad you're here. Please use this page of resources for any questions you might have throughout the semester. Enroll/Waive Student Health Insurance Purchase Text Books Sign Up for Emergency Text Messaging Make Tuition Payments/Manage…

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October

Mid-term challenges By now, many students have adjusted to their new living arrangements, made friends and settled into classes. Your student will face new challenges in the second half of the semester. Your encouragement can build your student’s confidence to work through challenges, make wise decisions and achieve success. The…

November

Spring class registration Your student will meet with an academic advisor before selecting courses for the spring semester. If any scheduled payments are late, the student will have a “hold” and may not enroll until the amount due is paid. Sometimes students are surprised to learn they have a “hold.”…

February

How long is winter? Americans have a folk story about a small animal called a groundhog. The groundhog sleeps underground all winter. On February 2 the groundhog wakes up and goes outside. If the groundhog sees his shadow it means there will be six more weeks of winter. Ideas to…

The Day of Innovation takes on 2019

The Day of Innovation is the culmination of hard work and bright ideas students at The University of Tulsa have developed and implemented to benefit the college campus and local community. On March 30, the NOVA Fellowship hosted the event which featured 17 student projects. The Day of Innovation is free and open to…

Nimrod Conference for Readers and Writers

Have you ever sat down and dissected all of the ways that the University of Tulsa is considered a top university? From its engineering programs to its work in the humanities, the University of Tulsa has been placed amongst the top tier of universities. One thing that has helped boost…

Remembering World War I, 100 years later: Benjamin Britten’s War Requiem

"My subject is War, and the pity of War. The Poetry is in the pity … All a poet can do today is warn." –words by Wilfred Owen, used on the title page of Britten’s War Requiem On Sunday November 11th, The War Requiem, Benjamin Britten’s dissonant, inter-textual and pacifistic…