Living and Dining on Campus
Why live on Campus?
Living on campus provides students with the whole college experience. Living on campus lets you extend your learning beyond the classroom through social and educational activities with a diverse community of students. On campus living gives you the opportunity to live and form meaningful connections with student who have similiar interests and aspirations.
2014 Fall Opening
The Office of Housing & Dining Services would like to welcome back our returning students and welcome our new students to The University of Tulsa for the Fall Semester of 2014. We have put together some important information for your arrival back on campus. For information on how to check-in, view below.
Sorority Row Residents
To check-in to your Fall assignment, beginning at 9:00am on Friday, August 15th you may head to the Lorton Performance Center parking lot to begin your expedited check-in process. If you arrive after 3:00pm on Friday, August 15th, or any date after this, you will need to go to the Front Desk of LaFortune House to be checked in.
First Year Students
To check-in to your Fall assignment, beginning Sunday, August 17th at 9:00am for Out-of State students and Monday, August 18th at 9:00am for In-State students, proceed to your assigned Residence Halls to check-in and receive your key.
- John Mabee, Lottie Jane, Fisher West Suites and Fisher South - Front Desk of each building
- LaFortune House, 7th Street House, 5th Place House - LaFortune House Front Desk
- All apartments - Norman Village Clubhouse (located on the corner 3rd and Delaware)
All Other Students
Beginning, Friday, August 22nd, 2014 at 9:00am you may return to your assignments. If you have a new assignment for the Fall, please head to the above areas to receive your keys.
We hope each of you have a successful Fall semester and please remember to check back here, on CaneLink and your email for the latest happenings for the Office of Housing and Dining Services.
The University of Tulsa is interested in how resident students can enrich their experiences in an already vibrant campus environment, which is why we have established housing requirements as well as offer a variety of lifestyles to meet the needs of all students.
Students living on-campus are:
- more likely to persist in college and complete their baccalaureate degree in four years;
- more likely to earn professional degrees;
- more likely to achieve a higher grade point average;
- reported to have greater satisfaction with their living environment;
- regarded as having a positive self-image, with enhanced self-confidence, public speaking ability, and similar measures of self-reliance;
- reported to participate in more extracurricular activities.
Click here to visit the e-Guide to Campus Living.