University of Tulsa is a private university which was established in Tulsa, Oklahoma in the year 1894, with a campus size of 209 acres. The university has a historic affiliation with the Presbyterian Church and the campus's architectural style is predominantly Collegiate Gothic.
University of Tulsa consists of 8 schools and colleges: College of Arts & Science, College of Engineering and Natural Sciences, College of Health Sciences, College of Law, Graduate School, Continuing Education, University School. The most popular majors at University of Tulsa include: Business, Management, Marketing, and Related Support Services, Engineering, Health Professions and Related Programs, Biological and Biomedical Sciences and Social Sciences. In University of Tulsa, they follow a semester-based academic calendar. The school offers 67 undergraduate degrees, 47 graduate degrees and 16 doctoral degrees. The University of Tulsa is known for its petroleum engineering programs, which are taught in a $16 million facility complete with drilling simulator.
University of Tulsa has over 4,500 students and plans to grow higher with over 3,400 students taking an undergraduate course. The student to faculty ratio is very cosy as it is 11:1. The University's acceptance rate is 44%, and the percentage of the students granted financial aid is 91%.
Notable Alumni: Bill LaFortune (Former Mayor of Tulsa), Becky Dixon (Television broadcaster), Ted Berrigan (Poet associated with the New York School movement), Rilla Askew (Novelist and short story author)
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