Coronavirus Updates - The University of Tulsa
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ResilienTU: 2021-22

As we continue to navigate the path from the emergency stage of the coronavirus pandemic to resiliently taking next steps, the health and safety of the TU community remain at the forefront of decision making.


The University of Tulsa has received approval from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to administer COVID-19 vaccinations on campus.

COVID-19 Testing: Schedule your Appointment

Every Wednesday located in Alcove, Student Union (2nd Floor) or call AHC

If you are experiencing symptoms or would like to schedule a vaccination, please Contact Alexander Health Center at 918-631-2241

TU’s COVID-19 hotline is available for a medical assessment, testing & vaccine information  918-631-2900.

Mask Policy

The University of Tulsa does not require face masks. In accordance with guidance from the CDC, TU strongly recommends that everyone wear a face mask while indoors on campus regardless of their vaccination status, and the university continues to welcome masks on campus for anyone who chooses to wear one.


Masks are available in our vending machines around campus (vending map).


Travel Plans

Fully vaccinated individuals are exempt from the University’s COVID-19 Travel Policy requiring employees and students to avoid in-person activities upon return from travel outside of the State of Oklahoma. If you are fully vaccinated, you do not need to complete this Travel Form in advance of travel.


You are considered fully vaccinated 14 days after your final vaccine dose.

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