Skip Navigation
ou-tulsa student affairs

Committment to a Diverse Student Population

The mission of OU-Tulsa Student Affairs is to provide resources and opportunities, unite a diverse student population, respect each student's experiences and goals, and enhance the development of the whole student.

Student Affairs Services

Graduation Gear-Up | Event Flyer (JPEG)

All OU-Tulsa students that completed their degree program in fall 2016 or will complete their degree program in spring 2017 or summer 2017 are strongly encouraged to attend this event. During this single event, students can purchase caps, gowns, and tassels, order announcements, film a shout-out to air at Convocation, and more! If graduation is on the horizon, be sure to join us for Graduation Gear-Up!

Thursday, February 23, 10:00am-6:00pm - Founders Student Center

The OU-Tulsa Scholarship application is now available for current students to apply by April 7th to recieve a Fall 2017 scholarship.  This semester we will be giving out $12,500 to eleven deserving students ($10,500 more than last semester).  All current part-time or full-time students with a minimum 3.0 GPA in an OU-Tulsa degree program are eligible to apply.

Learn More About the Spring 2017 Application Here

Career Services

It is never too early to begin your job search.  OU-Tulsa Student Affairs provides resume and cover letter critiques, mock interviews, job search assistance, and more.

Learn More

Fitness Center

Enjoy a variety of fitness classes at the OU-Tulsa Fitness Center. All classes are free to students, faculty and staff.

Learn More

Upcoming Events

OU-Tulsa Scholarship - Application Deadline April 7th

Spring 2017 OU-Tulsa Scholarship Application

Click on the image above or here for more information on the OU-Tulsa Scholarship for spring 2017.

International Month 2017

International Month 2017

BIG Event

BIG Event

OU Reporting Hotline

As an additional measure of protection for our students, faculty and staff, the University has implemented a 24-Hour Reporting Hotline. The hotline is answered twenty-four hours a day to take reports of bias, discrimination (including racial, religious, or gender discrimination), physical or mental harassment, or misconduct by members of the University community.

To file a report, please call 844-428-6531 or visit www.ou.ethicspoint.com.

ACADEMIC CALENDARS

OU Norman      |     OUHSC

sooner safety report

sooner safety report cover

Download the full report in PDF format.  For questions about the report, please call 918-660-3107 or email Executive Director of OU-Tulsa Student Affairs, Josh Davis.