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Multicultural Student Programs

Hours

Monday – Friday
8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
When classes are in session

Phone

918-631-2327

Location

Hardesty Hall, 1st Floor
Holmes Student Center

With over half of our students identifying as a student of color, LGBTQIA, international and/or as a religious minority, The University of Tulsa provides a unique opportunity to get to know people from a wide variety of identities and cultural backgrounds. Our diversity is a part of what enriches your educational experience at TU.

We encourage you to get to know students outside of your own cultural, religious or ethnic group and take this amazing opportunity to learn about yourself and others. It is our hope that your diverse experiences here will translate into a life of exploration with intercultural respect and appreciation at its core.

The Office of Multicultural Student Programs’ mission is to provide cultural and educational programming for the TU community. Through mentoring, advising and programming, we seek to create an environment that celebrates our culturally diverse community, promotes the personal and academic success of minority students and engenders the formation of individuals who lead culturally rich lives.

Resource Center

Chevron Multicultural Resource Center

918-631-2966

The Chevron Multicultural Resource Center is located on the first floor of the Holmes Student Center in Hardesty Hall. The center was created to address the needs of the growing multicultural student population.

Chevron Multicultural Resource Center’s purpose is to:

  • Provide space for small groups to meet
  • Provide space for individuals and groups to study, relax and work on projects
  • Be a resource for current and prospective students

The center has computers and printers, a growing library of books, a large table for meeting and project space and comfortable couches and chairs in which to relax. There also is space for student groups to store files and papers.

Brochures and informational fliers on our multicultural student groups on campus, study-abroad information, topics related to diversity and inclusion, and resources on internships and scholarships are also available.

Past events and activities sponsored by the Chevron Multicultural Resource Center include the Tulsa area Intertribal Powwow, Multicultural Identity Mask Project, MLKing Jr. Commemoration parade, and a host of other events.

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