Tuesday with Tulsa

For this week’s Tuesday with Tulsa, we asked Rick Arrington, the Assitant Dean of Admission for the Collins College of BusinessWhat can high school students do with their IB Diplomas?

Read his answer below…

Hello, Prospective Students!

Are you an IB student? Working hard? Staying busy with your CAS work? Thinking about finishing up your Extended Essay and your Group 4 project?

That’s all great! It may not seem like it now, but your hard work is really going to pay off. Especially if you check out The University of Tulsa (TU)!

So, what do we have for you? I’m glad you asked!

For IB Diploma students (let’s start small): we waive the TU application fee. Yea! Not too big a deal, but if you’re applying to a lot of schools, those application fees start to add up. Apply to a great university, but save the app fee! Go to http://www.utulsa.edu/admission-and-financial-aid/apply-online.aspx to get started. When you finish the application, don’t send a check; just let us know you’re an IB Diploma student with a note from your IB Coordinator. Your Coordinator may have the Application Fee Waiver to help you.

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Fall Happenings!

 

Fall Semster is my favorite semester because of all the fun happenings both on and off campus! Homecoming and Football being two of my personal favorites along with coming home for the Holidays!

Tulsa State Fair was fun, we went with some of the freshmen on campus and saw Eli Young Band for 2$. Great night that did not break the bank!

 Anna, Sarah, Myself, Alec, Christopher, & Thomas, some of the TU Top Ten Freshmen

 

Courtney, Alexa and I at Starbucks at Utica with our parents during Parent’s Weekend

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Sarah, Maggie (My roomate) and I tailgating for the Pink Out!

One of my best friends and I with the President and his Wife!