True You. True Blue.

[embedyt] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e6T7MP4PtBs[/embedyt] True You. True Blue. At The University of Tulsa, we celebrate the True You. No matter who you are, where you are in your journey or which path you choose to follow, there’s a True Blue place for you here. What does it mean to be True Blue?…

Gift Policy/Collection Development Policy

The Department of Special Collections and University Archives will frequently be given materials, books, manuscripts, photographs, and so on. Traditionally only the Librarians have been authorized to accept gifts in kind. At this time, specific members of the curatorial staff may accept gifts for the department, using the collection policy…

How to give

Thank you for considering a gift to The University of Tulsa. Making a gift can be done in a variety of ways and each contribution makes a lasting impact. Whether you decide to make a gift to the TU Annual Fund or you wish to remember the university in your…

Why give

TU’s tuition and endowment are so high; why do they need more money? TU is fortunate to have a substantial endowment due to the generosity of many over the years. However, only about 20 percent of TU’s annual budget is obtained from the endowment each year and most of this…

Where to give

You may direct your charitable contribution to TU to the program, project, or department of your choice. Perhaps you have an affinity to a College or McFarlin Library. Maybe your passion lies with a particular sport. Or, like most of our alumni who received financial assistance when they were students,…

University Advancement and Alumni Engagement

The Office of University Advancement and Alumni Engagement is the primary strategic link between The University of Tulsa and its principal external constituencies: alumni, donors and friends. The mission of University Advancement and Alumni Engagement is to support and advance the mission of TU by increasing engagement in and financial…

Giving to McFarlin

At the heart of every great academic institution stands its library and at The University of Tulsa, our own iconic McFarlin Library is no exception. As the TU’s Grand Dame since 1930, McFarlin has been the physical and academic center of our beautiful campus. The financial resources needed to sustain a world-class library…

Giving

HOW YOU CAN HELP SUPPORT THE TU COLLEGE OF LAW The Annual Fund Over the last 90 years, The University of Tulsa College of Law has provided thousands of students from Oklahoma and across the country with the opportunity to receive an outstanding legal education and pursue successful careers. Today,…

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Finance Excellence Fund

To provide the resources necessary for the School of Finance, Operations Management, and International Business to achieve their goal of national prominence, Friends of Finance has established a Finance Excellence Fund. The objectives of the fund are: Establish scholarships for undergraduate and graduate students to attract the best students in the…

Clinicians and Clients Receive Gift from Within

Newman, E. (1999). Clinicians and clients receive gift from within. Traumatic Stresspoints, 13(3), 5, 11.

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,…

Frequently Asked Questions

General FAQs What is a SASE? SASE stands for self-addressed, stamped envelope. If you wish for us to respond to your submission, you must include a SASE in your submission. If you wish for us to return your work, please make sure that your SASE has as much postage on…

Phillips 66 gift advances TU programs

[caption id="attachment_3184" align="alignleft" width="300"] TU President Gerard Clancy with Phillips 66 Vice President of Technology Merl Lindstrom[/caption] Representatives from multinational energy company Phillips 66 visited The University of Tulsa this spring to present a generous gift of $250,000 that will support scholarships, programs, academic initiatives and student organizations in the…

Harmon Foundation gift addresses software industry trends

The Tandy School of Computer Science has a Harmon Foundation gift to establish the Open Source Software Development Educational Initiative at TU. The funding supports a two-year project to enrich and transform the department’s curriculum with the implementation of open source software programs. Explore the Tandy School of Computer Science.…

Transformative gift creates $5M Arnall Scholars program at TU

Arnall Scholars [caption id="attachment_25786" align="alignright" width="300"] Olusola Adeyeye[/caption] The University of Tulsa is honored to announce a $5 million endowment made possible by Oklahoma entrepreneur and TU alumna Sue Ann Arnall that will make a meaningful education at the state’s top-ranked university more accessible and affordable. The new program, established…

Alumni gift creates new resources for student veterans in honor of Calvin C. McKee

The University of Tulsa has received a major gift that pays tribute to U.S. service members while supporting the talents and abilities of student veterans. Thomas Russell (BS ’57) has established an endowment in honor of fellow TU alumnus, longtime mentor and brother-in-law Calvin C. “Cal” McKee. The contribution by…

TU announces $10M gift

Tuesday, September 30, 2014 New residence hall to carry Hardesty name The University of Tulsa proudly announces the naming of Hardesty Hall, a new multipurpose building that is being constructed in the heart of the TU campus. The 70,000-square-foot facility will house 300 beds as well as 36,000 square feet…

A gift for good health

OXLEY FOUNDATION GIFT SUPPORTS TU’S COLLEGE OF HEALTH SCIENCES A generous donation of $15 million from The Oxley Foundation will provide critical support for TU’s new College of Health Sciences, which brings together the university’s health programs and initiatives. The new college will support TU’s role in the Tulsa School…

Chevron gift to support student programs and activities

The University of Tulsa has received a Chevron gift totaling $139,000. Officials from Chevron visited the TU campus on October 17 to present the contribution in support of TU programs and activities. Bill Hunter, manager, university affairs; Mark Hatfield (BS ’82), vice president, Gulf of Mexico business unit and university…

Corporations

The registry of patrons includes gifts of $1,500 or more from July 1, 2014 to June 30, 2016.