TU mechanical engineering students designed and built a machine to cut the ribbon at yesterday’s Stephenson Hall dedication ceremony. Mechanical and petroleum engineering students and faculty have been in the building since the start of the school year and are thrilled with their facility.
Read the Tulsa World article and see more pictures at
PayScale — a market leader in global online compensation data – reported that TU alumni with a bachelor’s degree earn a starting median salary of more than $49,000 and a mid-career salary in excess of $90,000.
The survey results rank TU first in Oklahoma and No. 5 among schools in Oklahoma, Texas, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Tennessee and Kentucky.
“TU graduates are prepared to begin making a difference their first day on the job. Our faculty work diligently to ensure students gain real-world experience and are aware of the many opportunities available to them,” said university President Steadman Upham. “Many of our students are courted by leading companies before they even receive their degrees, and once they enter the workforce, they are well compensated.”
You can find more information about Pay Scale’s methodology at http://www.payscale.com/college-salary-report-2013/methodology.
Little Shop of Horrors will be performed October 4,5,6 and 7 at the Lorton Performing Arts Center.
Watch this KTUL video for a sneak peak!
Tickets for TU Theatre productions can be purchased in one of the following ways…
- Phone reservations with the TU Box Office,by calling 631-2567, for pickup at “willcall” on the date of performance.
- At the door the evening of the performance. TU Box Office opens two hours prior to each performance.
- In person at the Tulsa Performing Arts Center Box Office, Mon-Fri, 10 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
- Online at myticketoffice.com. There will be a service fee charged by myticketoffice.com when buying online.
To learn more about the Theatre, Musical Theatre or Dance programs at TU, please contact the Office of Admission so we can put you in contact with these departments. See you this weekend!
The TU community has been rallying together to show their support and collect supplies for TSAS students. This week, we delivered the supplies to TSAS (temporarily set up in another building), along with some treats to cheer them up. We want to thank everyone who donated and wish the TSAS community the best of luck as they continue their school year.
We are so excited to have some new student bloggers this semester! Many of them are freshmen, so they will tell you firsthand about what it’s like to jump into college life at The University of Tulsa. We also have a photo blogger, David, who will be taking pictures of events around campus and posting them for us. I think we are going to let them each introduce themselves, but keep an eye out for their posts! We think you will like them! We sure do.
Check out their findings…
We are also already busy preparing for the Class of 2017! You can start the application process by visiting apply.utulsa.edu. The Early Action deadline for admission is November 1st, which will be here before you know it!
Have a great year!
-The Office of Admission
Orientation is right around the corner! If you haven’t registered, click here.
I wanted to let you all know there will be a freshmen-wide Harvey chat this Wednesday, August 1st at 10pm central time about orientation.
What’s Harvey? Our online learning management system. You have probably logged on by now…but if you haven’t, check it out!
To log into Harvey, go to harvey.utulsa.edu enter your username and password (this is the same username and password as your email address, without the @utulsa.edu). The chat should appear under your calendar and be labeled as “Harvey Orientation Chat”. All incoming freshmen are encouraged to join so orientation leaders can answer any last minute questions and so you can meet other freshmen!
If you’re having trouble with logging in using the username and password, you can call the IT office at (918) 631-3500 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We can’t wait to see you on campus in two weeks! Better start packing!
The Henry Zarrow Center for Art and Education, located in the Brady District in Tulsa, opened to the public yesterday. The first floor houses a gallery for exhibits from Gilcrease Museum, TU graduate art students, and guest artists. The second floor includes classrooms for art education outreach, and TU graduate students use the third floor as studio space. We can’t wait for the upcoming events!