What if my student needs help?

    TU has several student-centered offices that are designed to meet each student's individual need. These offices help students successfully transition from high school to college life and then on to the job market.

    Student Success
    Student Success Coaches and New Student Programs provide students with a welcoming and responsive place to find support throughout their first-year at The University of Tulsa. First-year students are paired with a professional student success coach who engages them in challenging and holistic conversations to help students articulate their goals, identify barriers that hinder their success, develop action plans, and provide accountability to enhance their success.




    Accessibility @ TU
    The University of Tulsa is committed to full and equal access for all. Accessibility @ TU provides leadership and support through inclusive and affirming practices in all campus programs, initiatives, services, and aids.

    Alexander Health Center

    The Alexander Health Center (AHC) provides care and treatment of minor illnesses and minor emergencies for all full- and part-time students. AHC provides individualized health care with professional expertise at a minimal cost. In addition, they assist individuals in choosing and maintaining healthy lifestyles.

    Campus Security

    Campus Security works around the clock to protect the well-being and safety of students, faculty, staff and visitors. From proactive campus patrols to crime prevention programs, your safety is our top concern. The Communications Center is staffed 24 hours a day, 365 days a year with APCO-certified Public Safety Dispatchers (Association of Public-Safety Communications Officials) and other support personnel, who monitor all electronic security systems (fire and intrusion alarms, access control systems, surveillance cameras, emergency phones and radios).

    CaneCareers
    Empower students and alumni with the confidence to achieve professional success through exploring careers, developing skills, gaining experience, and building connections while actively engaging in our university core values of scholarship, free inquiry, character, and humanity.


    Admission Counselors

    Admission counselors are ready to assist families through the college search process.

    Click here to email the Office of Admission.

    Click here to find your student's admission counselor. 

    Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)

    The Counseling and Psychological Services Center (CAPS) offers clinical services to all students and a broad range of professional, educational and consultative services to faculty and staff. They are trained to help college students adjust to the changes and transitions of college life as well as to help faculty and staff function more effectively in their roles.


    Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion
    They further the university’s mission of educational excellence by creating an environment of equity and inclusion that values diverse life experiences, ideas and perspectives. With over half of our students identifying as a student of color, LGBTQIA, international and/or as a religious minority, The University of Tulsa provides a unique opportunity to get to know people from a wide variety of identities and cultural backgrounds. Diversity is a part of what enriches the educational experience at TU.


    Student Financial Wellness
    Our Financial Wellness Consultants understand the pressures associated with being a college student, and we want to help students navigate such pressures in their lives. They assist students in understanding their financial values and priorities while providing ongoing support. 



    Office Number:
    918-631-2307 | Office Email: apply@utulsa.edu | Website: https://admission.utulsa.edu/