Need a study break? You don’t need to go far. There’s plenty to do at TU!

  • Green spaces for autumn strolls, winter snowmen or springtime soccer
  • Exercise and play sports in the Collins Fitness Center
  • Cheer for 17 Golden Hurricane Divison One intercollegiate teams
  • Lectures by renowned authors, scientists, journalists and performers, e.g., Common, Nina Totenberg, Michael Ondaatje, Richard Preston, Azar Nafisi, Dennis Lahane, etc.

You can participate in more than 200 campus organizations including honor societies, pre-professional associations, special interest groups and community service projects.

Student Organizations

There are over 200 student organizations on campus, including international student clubs, academic and social clubs, student government, and recreational sports. The University’s intramural sports program offers participation in over 30 different sports including tennis, volleyball, soccer and racquetball. Additionally, most student organizations host field trips, parties and other social functions.

The Association for International Students at TU is ready to welcome you to the University of Tulsa.

Learn more about the TU International Experience

 

Countries Represented

The University of Tulsa is home to students from countries around the world. Check the list below to see how many students from your home country are here at TU.

Number of International Students by Country

CountryStudents
Angola12
Argentina2
Armenia1
Australia4
Austria3
Azerbaijan3
Bangladesh2
Belgium1
Bolivia4
Brazil8
Cameroon4
Canada9
China238
Colombia8
Costa Rica1
Czech Republic1
Ecuador1
Egypt3
Estonia1
Finland1
France5
Gambia2
Germany11
Ghana1
Greece3
Hong Kong1
Honduras2
Hungary2
Iceland2
India23
Indonesia9
Iran8
Ireland2
Italy3
Japan2
Kazakhstan7
Kenya1
Kuwait30
Lebanon2
Malaysia 7
Mali1
Mexico7
Nepal11
Netherlands2
New Zealand3
Nigeria10
Norway1
Oman22
Pakistan2
Papua New Guinea1
Poland1
Portugal2
Russia4
Saudi Arabia41
Scotland1
Serbia1
Singapore1
Slovak Republic1
Slovenia1
South Korea6
Spain4
Sri Lanka1
Taiwan3
Tajikistan1
Tanzania1
Trinidad & Tobago1
Turkey13
United Arab Emirates8
United Kingdom22
Venezuela 10
Vietnam6

Safety Tips

Practice Safety at Home

  • Whether you live on-campus or off-campus and whether you live in a residence hall, apartment, or house, always lock your doors and windows while you are away and at night.
  • Never open the door for strangers. If you didn’t invite the person, do not open the door unless they are a member of Campus Security, Housing staff, Maintenance/Physical Plant, or the Tulsa Police Department (verified by an official badge).
  • If a stranger has come to your door and you feel threatened, call Security (918-631-5555) on campus or Tulsa Police (911) off campus.

Protect Your Valuables

  • Never leave your personal property unattended, regardless of whether you are on or off campus.
  • Keep your car doors locked at all times and never leave valuables in plain sight inside your vehicle.
  • You should get in the habit of writing down serial numbers for property like laptop computers, cell phones, cameras, etc. If any of these items are stolen, the serial number may be used to help track it down.

Be Aware of Your Surroundings When Walking

  • Whether you are walking on-campus or off-campus, stay alert to your surroundings.
  • Watch what is in front of you and do not allow yourself to be distracted by your phone.
  • When walking off-campus, it is best to walk in groups and to stay on busy, well-lighted streets.
  • When you pass people on the street, make eye contact. You might even smile and say “hello.”
  • Don’t accept rides with strangers, and if someone in a vehicle asks for directions, keep a safe distance from the vehicle.
  • If you feel unsafe walking across campus at night, you can call Campus Security (918-631-5555) and request an escort.

Call Security!

  • ALWAYS call Campus Security (918-631-5555) if you feel threatened or see suspicious activity on campus.
  • It is fine if you call Security and the activity turns out not to be suspicious or criminal in nature. It is better to be safe than sorry!

Campus Housing

student studying in apartment clubhouseAll first and second-year undergraduate students and Pathway to Academics students are expected to live on The University of Tulsa campus and participate in a university meal plan. This policy applies to students who are not yet 21 years old or not married.

Learn more about campus housing and view residence hall details at the campus housing website.

Complete the housing and dining application online at Canelink.

A $250 housing deposit is required to confirm the contract and should be paid with a credit card during the online housing application process.