Living on campus provides students the total college experience and extends learning beyond the classroom through social and educational activities. Students develop a sense of community that allows them the opportunity to form connections with students from diverse backgrounds who have similar interests and aspirations. College isn’t just about classes and curriculum. Interaction and recreation keep minds and bodies active. TU supports students’ social development alongside academic growth. The relationships our students forge through campus living during their time at TU last decades.
Housing and Dining Requirement
All first- and second-year students at The University of Tulsa live on campus. This policy was established to ensure students would transition easier into college life and benefit from the resources and convenience associated with living on campus. Visit Housing & Dining Requirement for the complete policy as well as the exemption request form.
Housing on Campus
How can students living on campus fully enrich their TU experience? By living in an environment that they can truly call home. The Office of Housing & Dining offers a variety of options to meet the needs and lifestyles of all students. So whether you prefer to live alone or with a group of friends, there is a place for you at TU.
Dining on Campus
The Pat Case Dining Center features various dining areas with banquette seating, counters for cyber stations and transitional seating that will accommodate small or large groups. Across campus, the Student Union houses 10 eating establishments that serve up everything from breakfast bagels to pho noodles. A sports bar opens at 5 p.m. each day, and coffee shops are located in McFarlin Library and Collins Fitness Center.