Tulsa, OK
University of Tulsa


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Recent Reviews

Dustin
What is your overall opinion of this school?

The University of Tulsa is a very chill college experience. Greek life isn’t pushed at all but there’s a good amount of it if...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

The University of Tulsa is a very chill college experience. Greek life isn’t pushed at all but there’s a good amount of it if you’re interested. The education is great with small class sizes, it’s easier to get more help. The campus itself doesn’t have a lot to do but there are people who regularly organize events. I think this University is great for all people.

Talia
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The school is relatively small, but has a unique influence on the importance of international students and traveling abroad. ...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

The school is relatively small, but has a unique influence on the importance of international students and traveling abroad. The class sizes are small which is very beneficial, even in many introductory courses. The professors are very accessible and the majority of them are willing to help if you reach out. Most of the faculty is very friendly and helpful, but there are definitely some whom are difficult to communicate with. For being a small campus, there is usually a good amount of events going on.

Megan
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I am a first-semester freshman and have fully enjoyed my time studying and living here at the University of Tulsa. Being from...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

I am a first-semester freshman and have fully enjoyed my time studying and living here at the University of Tulsa. Being from a different state, what drew me to attend this University was the knowledge that I would have smaller classes and engaging, devoted professors that would allow my education to be strong and full of opportunities for enrichment. In the next four years, I will get to study abroad for a semester, travel to Panama on a separate class trip to gain real world experience problem-solving and marketing, and earn a highly prestigious degree in my field. I would recommend the University of Tulsa to any high-achieving, aspiring high school student.

Madeline
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The University is awesome, particularly because the campus is so diverse but is still such a close knit community. Academics ...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

The University is awesome, particularly because the campus is so diverse but is still such a close knit community. Academics are great, as the professors are always willing to help in any way they are able. This university is also great about providing accommodations to student who are in need. They are also great about keeping students informed about activities and thing going on around campus. We are always well informed on issues as well.

Heather
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I knew I would be transferring to a different school before orientation week was over. Social life is pretty non-existent unl...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

I knew I would be transferring to a different school before orientation week was over. Social life is pretty non-existent unless you are in a sorority as people only go to class and go straight back to their dorm room. You can walk from one side of campus to the opposite side at lunch or dinner time and see maybe 5 people max. It is hard to meet people unless you are in clubs. Conveniently, the majority of clubs at TU are for engineering, business, or pre-med majors. If you are in the arts and sciences college, you don't have much to look forward to. The food situation is horrible as the cafeteria is not appetizing and there are very few restaurants open during lunch and dinner hours. Only 3 restaurants are open on the weekends and one of them closes at 3 pm so food is extremely limited. If you are up late studying, you need to have your own food because there is no food on campus open after 7-7:30. DO NOT live in Lafortune. It is very far from any food or social events, but right next to the football stadium, basketball stadium, and frat houses which can get very loud and crazy on the weekends. Some people love it here, but I genuinely find it hard to imagine enjoying any day I spend at TU, especially weekends as most people go off campus or go home if they are not in a sorority or frat. Admin is not very helpful and you have to really be on top of your email if you want to accomplish anything with them.

Angela
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I believe that the University of Tulsa is a great school. They do offer a lot of scholarships, and all of the professors are ...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

I believe that the University of Tulsa is a great school. They do offer a lot of scholarships, and all of the professors are very friendly and accessible. I am a commuter, so being involved on campus can be tricky, but the university attempts to include their commuters as much as possible.

Blessing
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A smaller community is my favorite kind of place to live and study at. I come from the rural community of Cache, OK and atte...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

A smaller community is my favorite kind of place to live and study at. I come from the rural community of Cache, OK and attended both the Lawton Christian School and later on, Cache Public School. My experience had always been either in a small community or a rural one. While in Tulsa University, we had a good campus tour experience and noted my likes about the university right away. My family and twin brother had missed our Thursday appointment for a college group tour earlier and arrived a day later on Friday instead. All week we thought the tour was on Friday. We did not turn back but went to visit the admissions office. To our pleasant surprise the staff was very friendly and understanding. The admissions office arranged an impromptu campus tour for us with one of the tour guides. We got to see the exciting sports arena and various services that appealed to my brother and me. Later the staff sat us in the conference room with refreshments for a private induction about other campus resources. Then, we were treated to lunch with four tickets to include my mother and big sister. Not only did I have one of the best tours of college, but we met extremely nice people that are ready to advance past added stresses generated by missed schedules. I noticed their friendliness and the smallness of the university community. Tulsa would not be far from my family in Cache as my parents would easily hop into town to visit us. Also, I saw two familiar faces from Lawton Christian and Cache Public Schools. While experiencing the delight of TU’s well catered lunch in the cafeteria, we ran into two of our former friends who already registered for summer as freshmen. One was also a “twinee” too, although her twin brother was planning to attend a college in the State of Texas. Once classes start, I would hope to see more of my great friends from my high school. We could expect to feel at home in this community.

Chloe
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My overall opinion of TU is great. I love the fact that most of my classes are small and that I'm able to talk to my professo...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

My overall opinion of TU is great. I love the fact that most of my classes are small and that I'm able to talk to my professors when I need help on something or just to talk. Most of the people I have met are super nice and always willing to help out. The advising office is always ready to answer my questions or help me with a scheduling problem. The computer science department is extremely supportive to the women in their program and I can't imagine it differently. If I had to choose a college again, I wouldn't change a thing!

Tyra
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I went to University of Tulsa for a year and transferred immediately. Administration is extremely unhelpful and borderline ru...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

I went to University of Tulsa for a year and transferred immediately. Administration is extremely unhelpful and borderline rude. Watch out for Financial Aid, Bursar's Office, and Housing Department on campus. All three offices will attempt to place incorrect charges on accounts to try to solicit money. Also, when calling to get in contact with admin at these offices they regularly give the run around and say that there is "nothing they can do to help" or "they do not have access/ communication with that office on campus." Both responses are inexcusable from a supposed Top University and there should be training on how administrators deal with students. The cost of attendance is a complete rip off, and it reflects in student diversity and campus life. I will never advocate attendance until serious admin changes are made and the cost reflects what the university ACTUALLY offers. Do not take this review lightly, I don’t review often so hopefully this stops others from repeating mistakes.

Samuel
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My visit to The University of Tulsa was love at first sight. The beautifully landscaped, and maintained campus is like a para...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

My visit to The University of Tulsa was love at first sight. The beautifully landscaped, and maintained campus is like a paradise in a bubble within a city environment. The skyline of the city of Tulsa is in sight, yet the feel of isolation is comforting.

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  • 3,406
  • Tuition & Fees
  • $38,796
  • Acceptance rate
  • 37%

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