Current Student Information

Current graduate students at the University of Tulsa are welcome to take advantage of the many services, programs, and organizations made available to them on TU's campus. They are also expected to follow all policies and guidelines related to student conduct and to the successful completion of their degree program.

At-Risk Children

Psychology Professor Elana Newman is researching the impact of parenting on Oklahoma children in a study titled “Infant Development Environment and Lifestyle” (IDEAL).

The entire research project spans the United States and other parts of the world. Newman is responsible for the studies being conducted in Oklahoma. Her team follows identified at-risk children from the time they are born until they turn seven-and-a-half-years old, as well as a comparison of sample children not identified as at risk at birth.

New Student Orientation

All new graduate students are expected to attend the New Graduate Student Orientation program prior to beginning graduate classes. The orientation program is offered before the beginning of the fall and spring semesters (students who begin graduate studies in the summer should attend the fall orientation).

The Fall 2014 New Graduate Student Orientation will be held on August 21, 2014. The Orientation program includes opportunities to meet university administrators and speak with fellow students from a variety of academic disciplines. It also has three required Life Skills Workshops on "Harassment", "Research Integrity", and "Plagiarism".

More information about all of the Spring Graduate Student Orientation programs will be available in June 2014.


Enrollment for the Spring 2014 semester is now open. Please meet with your advisor to discuss your enrollment and then bring your completed and signed enrollment card to the Graduate School to be enrolled. Spring 2014 semester classes begin on Monday, January 13, 2014 and you should be enrolled no later than the first day of classes. An enrollment card is available online here.




Students who expect to graduate at the conclusion of the Spring 2014 semester should meet with their advisor and confirm that all academic work is in order for a spring graduation. If you have not yet completed a yellow Degree Application card, please do so and return it to the Graduate School. 

More information about thesis and dissertation requirements is available online at: Thesis and Dissertation Information.


Office of Registration and Records

The Office of Registration and Records website contains a number of important pieces of information for current graduate students. Information concerning

TU’s Schedule of Courses
Academic Calendar
Ordering Transcripts 
The Graduate Bulletin
Course Drop/Add Form

and other important student information is available on this website. For questions related to these topics, please contact the Office of Registration and Records at 918-631-2253.

General Questions

If you have any questions about any of the information on this page, or information that you cannot find, please call the Graduate School at 918-631-2336 or email