Accessibility – Provides leadership and support through inclusive and affirming practices in all campus programs, initiatives, services, and aids.
Diversity and Inclusion – Furthers the University’s mission of educational excellence by creating an environment of equity and inclusion that values diverse life experiences, ideas, and perspectives.
Counseling and Psychological Service Center (CAPS) – Offers clinical services to all students and a broad range of professional, educational, and consultative services to faculty and staff.
CaneCares – Is a simple tool for you to communicate any concerns or observations you may want to share about a friend, neighbor, or your community.
New Student Programs – TU offers programming all year to help students succeed quickly at TU and to take their first steps into the academic, cultural, and social experiences available across campus.
Financial Aid – The University of Tulsa is committed to enrolling and graduating the most talented students by offering competitive recruitment and financial aid packages that make the university an option for high-potential students.
CaneCareers – CaneCareers offers a lifetime of career assistance. Whether you are deciding on a major, exploring career options, finding an internship, planning for graduate school or landing that big job, we are here to help.
Financial Wellness – TU’s Student Financial Wellness Program aims to provide students with the tools and resources to create a strong foundation for financial growth and personal financial success.
Leadership Opportunities – Explore the variety of student involvement opportunities that are available at The University of Tulsa.
Advising – Professional Advisors empower students to develop personalized educational goals which align with their academic and career interests.
Tutoring – Tutoring services at The University of Tulsa are designed to provide students with a space to cultivate knowledge of their course material and provide guidance through this learning process. Tutoring is free and available to all TU undergraduate students.
Registrar – The Office of the Registrar provides academic and enrollment services for faculty, students and alumni. We are committed to providing quality services that enhance the educational experience.
Bursar – The Bursar’s Office provides a variety of services including billing and payments, semester payment plans, check cashing, departmental deposits, agency accounts, third-party billing, student medical insurance enrollment and opt-out, student refunds, Federal Perkins student loans and transcript requests.
Commencement – All information needed for Commencement is located here including information on how to fill out the application for graduation.
Student Association – The Student Association strives to create and promote intellectual, social and cultural opportunities, to act as a catalyst for change within the university, and to advocate for the interests of the student body.
Organizations – Find your place in a variety of clubs, activities, or groups to join on campus.
Greek Life – The University of Tulsa is home to eight national fraternities and seven national sororities. These organizations represent the North American Interfraternity Conference, Independent Greek Council, National Panhellenic Conference, and National Pan-Hellenic Council, which govern the chapters at a national level.
Student Life – Student Life creates experiences that allow students to build leadership skills, maintain health and well-being, and become contributing members of the community.
Living Communities – Living communities are a great opportunity for students to develop a sense of belonging through intentional dialogue, informal interactions, and shared experiences.
Experiential Learning – Students at TU have an insatiable passion for this journey, and it is at the Office of Integrative and Experiential Learning (OIEL) that they find the tools necessary to embark on their quest.
True Blue Neighbors – True Blue Neighbors connects the TU community to over 80 nonprofit, government, and educational organizations through volunteer service, community service work-study, and experiential learning opportunities.
Research – Research is the lifeblood of modern universities and a defining element of an institution’s character. New and exciting research opportunities occur across campus everyday.
Global Engagement – The Center for Global Engagement offers rich opportunities to engage with the global community.
International – With international students from over 70 countries, The University of Tulsa provides a safe and welcoming environment for students from all nations. At TU, faculty, administrators, students and staff value our diverse campus population because it enriches the educational experience for all.
Health and Safety
Health Center – The Hurricane Health Center provides care and treatment of minor illnesses and minor emergencies for all full- and part-time students.
Campus Recreation – The Susie and Fulton Collins Fitness Center can elevate your fitness and health goals.
Campus Security – Campus Security works around the clock to protect the well-being and safety of students, faculty, staff and visitors. From proactive campus patrols to crime prevention programs, your safety is our top concern.
Title IX – Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex in the University’s educational programs and activities. TU is committed to providing an inclusive and welcoming educational and working environment for all members of its community.
Violence Prevention – Students at TU take care of themselves and one another. CaneCares is a simple online tool for you to communicate any concerns or observations you may want to share about a friend, a neighbor, or your community and provides a convenient way for you to step in and make sure a fellow student gets the help that they may need.
Technology – The Department of Information Technology is driven to achieve excellence through the design, development, and application of information technology in support of learning, teaching, research, service, and the facilitation of university business consistent with TU’s mission.
Student Resources – TU ensures that students have the support in place to ensure they are successful both inside and outside of the classroom. TU campus resources are available to help students reach their goals.
Parking – Parking and Card Services provides resources designed to support students, faculty, and staff as well as visitors to our campus.
Bookstore – The Campus Bookstore sells textbooks, general interest books, Golden Hurricane merchandise, and clothing as well as convenience items. Other items you can find at the bookstore include study aids, school supplies, health and beauty supplies, and gifts.
Campus Map – Resource to interactive, printable, and accessible campus maps.
Housing and Dining – 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.
Student Union – The Allen Chapman Student Union serves as the community center for TU students, employees, alumni and guests.
McFarlin Library – McFarlin Library exists to enrich the academic experience of TU students and faculty by providing access to our wide-ranging collection of electronic and print materials.
Athletics – Get connected with TU Athletics and cheer on the Golden Hurricane!
Events – Stay up to date with all the events going on at TU!