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University of Tulsa, Tulsa

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The University of Tulsa provides educational opportunities to more than 4,000 students in the arts, humanities, sciences, business, education, engineering, law, nursing and applied health sciences.
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Tall buildings with luxury lodgings attract business and leisure travelers to Tulsa's downtown. Some of these are historical hotels that have housed guests since the early 20th century. There are also economy accommodations from recognizable hotel chains.
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  • Great institution of higher education with many degree options, including undergraduate, graduate and law degrees. Really beautiful campus, too!  more »
  • Took our son recently to the junior day, Enjoyed all aspects of this day, Really impressed on how the students and staff interact and are close knit. Would love for our son to be able to matriculate h...  more »
  • Visited this university for the graduation of our son. Amazed at the facilities on offer and the set up for student accomodation and daily lives. Campus caters for circa 5,000 students yet it boasts a...  more »
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  • I attended the University of Tulsa Law School. Its ok. I had a very negative experience dealing with their financial aid department. I entered the school as an adult and was unable to obtain the loans I needed because of a negative mark on my credit I acquired while my industry was struggling. I asked the school to help me appeal my financial aid denial from the federal government and was told there is nothing they can do. I really struggled the first few semesters, selling almost everything I owned and working multiple part time jobs to pay rent, while competing in a very competitive environment against students who did not. One of the solutions their website suggests for struggling students is to have your parents open a checking account for you, put money in it for you, and then use that account to pay for your expenses..... I would not apply to TU unless you have somebody who will financially support you if necessary.
  • A University that has made national headlines this week for censorship and threatening journalist at The Collegian . Check out thefire . org and read about how horrible The University of Tulsa is. Winona Tanaka And Susan Barrett think that Censorship is okay. They have thin skin and can't take the truth. The University has deleted all reviews and post on their facebook page in an attempt to further silence and censor concerned students, alumni and even faculty members. Be sure to do your research and look at the lawsuits against The University of Tulsa before you consider going here. Google Abigail Ross. She was raped and TU did everything to make it her fault and protect the athletes. Send your kid to this college at your own risk. If you appreciate censorship, this is the place for your child to go.
  • My time at the University Of Tulsa was great: quality staff and quality facilities. The staff members at Bulldog Divorce and myself highly recommend.
  • Beautiful campus, decent teachers, aweful administration.
  • Just came down here to get my son move in. My first time up here. He has been a couple times. The school is so beautiful. I can't wait to come to his football games.