Office of the Provost
The Office of the Provost is responsible for ensuring that the academic mission of the University is accomplished. As Chief Academic Officer of the University, the Provost oversees the four colleges and the following areas:
The University of Tulsa has maintained accreditation by the Higher Learning Commission (The Commission) since 1929. During spring 2008, TU completed the 10-year comprehensive evaluation, including site visit and review. The process enables the University to assess current programs’ strengths and weaknesses against the criteria that comprise its mission statement, provide quality assurance, and continually improve program offerings.
Academic Publications at The University of Tulsa includes James Joyce Quarterly, Tulsa Studies in Women’s Literature, and others.
Center for Global Education
The University of Tulsa encourages its students to acquire international and cross-cultural experience by offering a wide range if international study opportunities.
The Division of Continuing Educations serves a worldwide market by providing personal and professional education opportunities including non-credit public and customized in-company seminars, conferences, workshops, short courses, and professional certificate programs.
The University of Tulsa Honors Program offers a unique opportunity for graduating high school seniors with exceptional academic records and a spirit of intellectual curiosity.
Through its Graduate School, the University offers more than 35 master’s and doctoral programs in a variety of disciplines as well as combined bachelor/master’s programs and joint J.D./master’s degree.
TU’s Kendall Hall houses northeastern Oklahoma’s National Public Radio affiliate, Public Radio 89.5 MHz, KWGS – FM, as well as Classic 88.7 MHz – KWTU –FM.
Nationally Competitive Scholarships
The office of Nationally Competitive Scholarships provides assistance to students who wish to apply for highly competitive national scholarships, awards, and grants.
The Petroleum Abstracts service provides bibliography petroleum information products and services for the global petroleum exploration and production industry.
The Office of Registration and Records maintains student academic records and certifies athletes eligibility.
The Tulsa Undergraduate Research Challenge (TURC) program is a nationally recognized initiative that emphasizes undergraduate community involvement, research and leadership.
Center for Student Academic Support
The Center for Student Academic Support is an initial reference point for students looking for academic support. The Center serves academic needs of students and promotes effective interaction between students and faculty/university personnel.
University School, located on The University of Tulsa campus, serves as a national model of excellence in pre-colleges education for students with high academic potential preschool through eight grade.