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Undergraduate Admission

At TU, we put students first. Nationally ranked, high-quality academics and a campus culture of high support is our promise to you (and your parents and future employers).

9:1 Student-Faculty Ratio

#1 National Merit Scholars Per Capita

150+ Student Organizations

13 Average Class Size

Campus and city life

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  • Living on campus
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  • Traditions
  • Team spirit
  • Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
    • Tulsa starts with TU

      Located in the heart of Oklahoma’s green country, Tulsa is an affordable, under-the-radar cool city that’s home to a historic downtown and an unbelievable arts scene that rivals cities twice its size.

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    • Home sweet home away

      Comfortable residence halls, modern apartments, state-of-the art fitness center, delicious eateries to satisfy every palate — all spread across 200+ green acres. You'll feel at home here in no time!

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    • Make things happen

      Are you the kind of person who likes to work with others to ensure everyone has a great experience beyond the classroom? If so, then TU is eager to tap your energy and creativity.

      Student Association Sorority and Fraternity Life

    • Your alma mater

      From ringing the Kendall Bell after a last final to gathering around the bonfire during Homecoming Week, TU students are proud of our university's traditions that create strong connections among all who spend time here.

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    • Reign Cane!

      Whether you want to cheer on the Golden Hurricane teams, work on your fitness or join an intramural team, TU has an array of options and opportunities for you.

      Athletics Campus Recreation

    • Everyone belongs here

      Guided by our commitment to diversity, equity and service, we prepare individuals to make meaningful contributions to our campus, our community, and our world.

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    Connect with Admission Staff

    Whether you are an incoming freshman or a transfer student, our admission counselors are here to help you through every step of your college search.

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    Funding your TU Education

    • Scholarships
    • Grants
    • FAFSA
    • Loans
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      • Academic Accomplishments

        A scholarship is money a student receives to help fund their college education. Scholarships are awarded based on a student's academic merit, letters of recommendation, previous curriculum and outside activities.


      • Need-Based Aid

        A grant is money a student receives based on their financial need. A grant is free money and does not need to be paid back. Grants can be given by the federal and/or state government, as well as by a university.

        Grants & State Funding

      • Your Key to Funding

        Free Application for Federal Student Aid which leads to possible funding from the government in the forms of grants, work study, student loans and parent loans.

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      • Additional Funding

        A loan is money borrowed from the government or a private lender to help pay for college.

        Additional Funding

      • Your Estimate

        The net price calculator is a tool that allows current and prospective students, families, and other consumers to estimate the net price of attending college.

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