Calvin C. McKee
Veterans Success Center Hours
Monday – Friday
8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Hardesty Hall, Suite 1025
The Calvin C. McKee Veterans Success Center at The University of Tulsa is a dedicated, central office of resources and staff supporting veterans and military-connected students during their pursuit of higher education. The office includes a Veterans Recruiter, a Veteran Student Success Coach and a Director of Veterans Affairs. The staff of the Veterans Success Center strive to assist Veteran and military-connected students from application through graduation and even offer services post-graduation, as well.
Admissions & Enrollment
You've served your country, now write the next chapter of your story with a TU degree. TU participates in the Yellow Ribbon program, an addition to the Post-9/11 GI Bill® that provides full tuition to qualified veterans. TU extends support to military veterans that includes one-on-one help in navigating enrollment, benefits and financial aid.
Dr. Gerard Clancy was awarded 'University President of the Year' by the Student Veteran's of America during their annual conference in January 2020. This prestigious award has only been given to 4 university presidents since the inception of Student Veterans of America in 2008.
Dr. Gerard Clancy, 2019 SVA University President of the Year
Calvin C. McKee Student Veterans Center and Other Campus Resources
In addition to the Calvin C. McKee Veterans Success Center in McClure Hall, TU provides a student veterans center in the Norman Village apartments on campus. This facility, known as the Calvin C. McKee Student Veterans Center, is a more casual space ideal for meetings, connecting with fellow veterans and relaxing in between busy class schedules.
My experience at TU has been great and exceeded all of my expectations. I was embraced by an amazing student veteran group and organization that helped me succeed through every step of the process.
Zac Grusendorf, Finance