University of Tulsa (TU)
800 South Tucker Drive, Tulsa, OK 74104
Over the past 115 years and counting, the University of Tulsa has steadily built a reputation as one of Oklahoma’s premier universities. Despite an enrollment exceeding 4000, TU maintains a low student-to-faculty ratio of about 11:1 and an average class size under 20. This commitment to small class sizes and individual attention is fundamental to Tulsa’s thriving academics.
The University of Tulsa consists of the following colleges:
- Henry Kendall College of Arts & Sciences
- College of Engineering & Natural Sciences
- Collins College of Business
- Graduate School
- College of Law
The university offers about 110 programs of study through these colleges. Undergraduate, graduate and doctoral programs are available in a variety of academic and professional fields.
Student life at TU is as comprehensive as the university’s academics. There are more than 200 clubs and organizations on campus, including several community service opportunities. Tulsa participates in NCAA Division I athletics, with nearly 20 varsity teams in Conference USA.
You can apply to TU with the university’s online application or the Common Application. The priority deadline for financial aid is May 1. Admissions procedures vary for graduate studies, based on the program you’re applying for.
Quick Facts about University of Tulsa
Large City Setting
Presbyterian Church (USA)
Medium (2,000 to 5,000 Undergrad)
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