Ashley Bradley graduated with a degree in Speech Pathology from TU in 2015. She decided to stay at TU to complete her graduate work in the program. In August 2016 she was diagnosed with lymphoma. Watch Ashley tell her story about... MORE
When Ty Jones (BS ’17) of Memphis, Tennessee, was filling out college applications, he Googled the best petroleum engineering schools in the country. Search results showed The University of Tulsa was among the top three. TU’s history as a petroleum... MORE
At The University of Tulsa, undergraduate students can participate in several research projects with TU’s Institute of Trauma, Adversity and Injustice. From projects on the treatment of chronic nightmares to studying the mental health profiles of TU athletes, students work... MORE
The Center for Global Education shares its 2017 highlight video. From Global Scholars to study abroad, TU students are taking advantage of the university’s focus on globalization.
On December 6 and December 7, TU President Gerry Clancy and his wife, Paula, hand delivered early action admission packets to students attending Tulsa area high schools. Also helping out was Goldie, TU’s canine ambassador, TU admission counselors and current... MORE
Meghan Harrison is a senior Biochemistry major from Philadelphia, Pa. In today’s video, she talks about being diagnosed with Lyme Disease, advocating for patients and doing research in a microbiology and immunology laboratory. She was also named TU’s 2017 Homecoming... MORE
Senior Meghan Harrison is a Biochemistry major from Philadelphia, PA. Watch her TU story as she talks about her journey to TU and how she wants to meld science and judicial affairs together.
Natalie Ames is a sophomore Nursing major from Tulsa, Okla. She was the first freshman TU has ever sent abroad to study. Watch her video below to learn more about her trip.
Paige Hibbard is a senior Mechanical Engineering major from St. Louis, Mo. She has been hired as an undergraduate research assistant and is working on a rehabilitation project for disable children with The Little Lighthouse School.
Over the summer,TU senior Media Studies major Charity Barton was selected to spend a week as an NPR reporter for Next Generation Radio. Charity is from Tulsa, Okla.