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THE UNIVERSITY OF TULSA

Welcome to TU!


THE UNIVERSITY OF TULSA

private, independent, diverse, civic-minded

STUDENTS Total enrollment: 4,380 Undergraduate enrollment: 3,269 Graduate and law school enrollment: 1,111 In-state: 49.7% Out-of-state: 36.8% International: 13.5% Multicultural: 36%

LOCATED IN

Tulsa

OKLA.

ACADEMICS Undergraduate colleges: 4 Majors: 50 Minors: 52 Student/Faculty ratio: 11:1 Average class size: 21 Full-time faculty: 348 Faculty members who hold the highest degree in their field: 95%

$21M

SCHOLARSHIPS GRANTED

COSTS AND AID (2020-21) Tuition: $42,950 Room and board: $12,062 Fees: $1,135 Freshmen who received financial aid in 2019: 96% Total scholarship and aid dollars awarded to 2019 freshman class: $25,738,062

94%

PLACEMENT RATE

200+ STUDENT ORGS


We are pleased you are interested in

attending The University of Tulsa. This

information sheet highlights the key points of our transfer policies and procedures to assist you in making a smooth transition between institutions.

ADMISSION PROCEDURE To apply to The University of Tulsa, you should provide the Office of Admission with: • A completed transfer application for admission (available online at apply. utulsa.edu or commonapp.org) • A final, official transcript, mailed to the Office of Admission from each accredited college attended (Hand delivered transcripts are not considered official, even if in sealed envelopes.) • A final, official high school transcript, if you have completed fewer than 48 semester hours at the time you apply • An official SAT or ACT score report, if you are under 21 years of age and have fewer than 30 semester hours. The admission committee reserves the right to request additional testing if deemed necessary to the review process. • A personal interview is also recommended. An additional program application must be submitted for Energy Management, Nursing and Athletic Training. Art students should arrange for a portfolio review and music students should schedule an audition. Review of applications for fall admission begins in January and continues throughout the semester. Spring applicants are reviewed on an ongoing basis beginning in September. TU seeks to admit students who have demonstrated the potential for success in a rigorous academic environment.

While a college grade point average of 2.75 is recommended, a holistic review of all factors will be conducted. Academic record, tests, work and other pertinent experience, as well as evidence of qualities such as motivation, perseverance and time management will be considered. Engineering applicants are required to meet a minimum GPA requirement in selected math and science core courses. Applicants who have submitted all required materials will be notified of a decision within three to four weeks. Admission is provisional for students who have course work in progress. Final, official transcripts must be mailed directly from the college to TU’s Office of Admission upon course completion. Students who have an undergraduate degree and wish to take prerequisite

courses for a master’s degree or professional school should contact the Office of Admission for information about applying as a non-degree seeking student.

TRANSFER CREDIT Upon admission to the university, your transcripts from accredited two and four year colleges or universities will be officially evaluated by the college advising staff. Thereafter, you will be notified of the courses accepted and the number of credits needed to complete your degree at TU. A balance sheet listing degree requirements for your selected major and the Tulsa Core and General Curriculum will be sent to you. The last 45 hours of an undergraduate degree program must be earned at The University of Tulsa, and no more than 62 hours of credit may be accepted from two-year institutions. Credit is not given for CLEP exams; nor is credit awarded for work experience, vocational/technical courses, work from non-accredited institutions, military experience or courses with a grade below C. Credit by examination may be available on a limited basis from the Department of Mathematical and Computer Sciences.


ENROLLMENT To enroll at TU, admitted students should submit an Intent to Enroll form and a $200 nonrefundable enrollment fee to the admission office. Transfer students are advised not to pay their deposit until they know the results of their transcript evaluation and, if attendance depends upon aid, not until they have received their financial aid package. An enrollment appointment should be scheduled with the advising office of the college in which you plan to study. An advisor will help you set-up a schedule and register for classes. Additional details will be sent to admitted applicants. A schedule of classes can be viewed online at resources.utulsa.edu/schedule.

Value: Up to $22,000 Awarded to new transfer students, based on exceptional performance in previous college coursework. Renewable with a cumulative 2.0 GPA. Students receiving this award are not eligible for the Transfer Honors Scholarship.

FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE University Scholarships

TCC Honors Award Value: $2,000 Awarded to new transfer students who earn an Associate’s degree from Tulsa

Transfer Hurricane Scholarships

LOCATED IN

Tulsa

OKLA.

Transfer Honors Scholarship Value: $24,000 Awarded to new transfer students who were members of Phi Theta Kappa at 2 year schools. Must have a cumulative 3.5 GPA and at least 48 hours of transferable credit or participate in the TCC Honors Program with a cumulative 3.5 GPA. Renewable with a cumulative 2.0 GPA. Students receiving this award are not eligible for the Transfer Hurricane Scholarship.

$21M

SCHOLARSHIPS GRANTED

Community College as an Honors Scholar with a cumulative GPA of at least 3.5. Renewable with a cumulative 2.0 GPA. May be combined with the Transfer Honors Scholarship. Students receiving this award may also receive the Transfer Hurricane Scholarship or the Transfer Honors Scholarship. Honors Program Scholarship Value: $2,000 Award available to new students based on exceptional performance in high school, ACT or SAT scores and Honors Program application essay. Participation in Honors Program coursework is mandatory. Performance, Talent and Athletic Scholarships Value: will vary, up to full tuition Scholarships awarded on basis of merit and demonstrated talent. Performance scholarships in music are available on a selective basis by audition arranged with the dpeartment. Renewable by department’s

94%

PLACEMENT RATE

200+ STUDENT ORGS


Financial Aid, 918-631-2526 Need based financial aid in the form of university, federal and/or state grants; subsidized and unsubsidized loans; and Federal Work Study may be available to students who qualify. To apply for assistance, you should complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) with TU’s code 3185, as soon as possible after October 1 for the following academic year. Students who transfer mid-year should supply TU with their FAFSA report for that academic year. University Scholarships may be awarded to full-time, degree-seeking transfer students on the basis of their complete academic record. To be considered for academic scholarships, a 3.00 cumulative college grade point average is recommended. Students who transfer during their first year of college may be considered for scholarship on the basis of their high school record, provided they have met requirements for maintaining scholarship eligibility.

DIRECTOR OF TRANSFER ADMISSION

Kelsey Dowdell • 918-631-2682 kelsey-dowdell@utulsa.edu ADVISING OFFICES Kendall College of Arts and Sciences

Chapman Hall, 918-631-2473 Collins College of Business

Helmerich Hall, 918-631-2214 College of Engineering and Natural Sciences

Keplinger Hall, 918-631-2224, 918-6312223, or 918-631-2293 Oxley College of Health Sciences

Chapman Hall, 918-631-2931

An applicant may receive only one university-sponsored academic scholarship. Students who apply by January 15 for fall admission will be given priority consideration for scholarships. International students, non-degree seeking students, previous TU students and post-baccalaureate students may be ineligible for some types of aid.

PAYMENT OPTIONS Bursar’s Office, 918-631-2600 Charges for each semester are due the first day of classes. The University of Tulsa participates in a tuition installment payment plan that allows a student to distribute the tuition and room and board costs, less any student financial aid assistance, over the academic year. Information on this plan is sent with your bill.

TU’S TRANSFER PHILOSOPHY The University of Tulsa (TU) seeks to recruit and admit talented transfer students of diverse backgrounds and experiences and is dedicated to providing them collaborative and integrated learning experiences with clear curricular pathways to graduation. By fostering a welcoming and inclusive environment, TU strives to intentionally connect transfer students to the university, its mission, and its values. TU commits to supporting transfer students as they achieve their personal, academic, intellectual, and professional goals which prepares them to make positive contributions on campus, in the community, and the world.

ADMISSION. UTULSA.EDU/ APPLY/TRANSFERAPPLICANTS


The University of Tulsa Office of Admission 918-631-2307 800-331-3050 admission@utulsa.edu admission.utulsa.edu Apply online: admission.utulsa.edu/apply commonapp.org

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CERTIFICATE PROGRAM Classical Studies

PRE-PROFESSIONAL/SPECIAL PROGRAMS Available with any major: Air Force ROTC, Global Scholars Program, Honors Program, Pre-Health Professions, PreLaw, Presidential Leaders Fellowship, Tulsa Undergraduate Research Challenge The University of Tulsa reserves the right to change, alter or eliminate programs of study.

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Learn more about transferring to TU including information on the application process, transfer credits and who to contact with questions.

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Learn more about transferring to TU including information on the application process, transfer credits and who to contact with questions.

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