Guidance Counselors

Thank you for taking the time to explore information about The University of Tulsa (TU)! We hope this area will be helpful as you assist your students through the college search process.

We take a personal approach to the admission process at The University of Tulsa. Freshman applicants to The University of Tulsa are assigned an admission counselor based on high school/geographic location. Simply click on this link to learn who the admission counselor assigned to your school is. For information about the status of applicants from your school, or for any questions about The University of Tulsa, feel free to contact this staff member directly or contact the Office of Admission at 800-331-3050 or admission@utulsa.edu and you’ll be directed to the appropriate admission staff member.

TU Topics for Guidance Counselors

Click on the links below for information on these important topics for you and your students:

  • Academics – Undergraduate Majors and Minors

    Check out the list of academic programs offered at TU. Many students customize their academic experience by pursuing double majors, majors/minors, majors/certificates, etc., often in vastly different academic disciplines.  We hope students will take advantage of all that TU has to offer in order to get the most out of their educational experience.
  • Admission Events

    Check out the list of upcoming TU events for prospective TU students and their families. Feel free to share information about these opportunities with those within your high school community.
  • Advanced Placement (AP)

    Review the chart to see what scores are needed on the different AP exams in order for credit to be offered and how that credit might be applied.

  • Application Status

    Wondering whether the students from your high school have completed the application process with TU? Please contact your admission counselor directly or contact the Office of Admission at 800-331-3050 or admission@utulsa.edu and you’ll be directed to the appropriate admission staff member to discuss the status of the applicants from your school. In addition, each applicant will have the ability to check the status of his/her application online starting with the incoming class for the fall semester 2014. Check back for details. Until then, feel free to contact your admission counselor.
  • Applications and Forms

    Use this list when looking for any particular forms for TU’s admission process such as the Counselor Evaluation Form (Part III of TU’s application for admission).
  • City of Tulsa

    Think about all of the opportunities available to TU students as a result of being situated in a mid-size metropolitan area – internships, entertainment, recreation, etc. There are so many unique experiences TU students can have by taking advantage of what the city of Tulsa has to offer!
  • Counselor Fly-In Programs

    Want to experience TU for yourself? We host two Counselor Fly-In Programs each year, one during the fall semester and one during the spring semester. For more information about these opportunities, please contact your admission counselor directly or contact the Office of Admission at 800-331-3050 or admission@utulsa.eduand you’ll be directed to the appropriate admission staff member.
  • Fact Sheet

    Look here for fast facts about The University of Tulsa.
  • Honors Program

    Are you working with students who have exceptional academic records and a spirit of intellectual curiosity? Do they have a love of ideas and conversation with a conviction that the present cannot be understood without confronting the great ideas of the past? TU’s Honors Program offers an intimate opportunity for students to engage in a critical examination of the major epochs and ideas of Western thought and culture through careful study of primary texts. Honors students explore the moral and political commitments, scientific achievements, and artistic sensibilities that have shaped the modern world.
  • National Merit/Presidential Scholars Program

    Share information about TU’s most generous scholarship, the Presidential Scholarship, with your potential National Merit Finalists and other top-caliber students. Recipients of this competitive scholarship are offered an award worth full tuition and basic room and board for four years.
  • Points of Pride

    Notice the many accolades bestowed upon The University of Tulsa community.
  • Study Abroad (Center for Global Education)

    Do your students want the opportunity to experience other cultures during their undergraduate experience? We hope so! Studying abroad is a great way to make that happen.