92% of students
Very diverse student body. It was overwhelming at first, but I found a place where I belong and a group that helps me grow. Scholarships are also available to many students. Very close to downtown and social life as well.
I am getting a quality education in Political Science at TU, but I am aware that some of my classes are very heavily weighed on the professor's opinion. I am still learning, but sometimes some professors expect you to copy exactly what you said or you're wrong, leaving little room for creative interpretation.
The University of Tulsa is unlike many schools because students have the ability to form close relationships with professors. I never had a class with more than 40 students in it, so the professors actually get to know you! I've also been able to network very easily through the countless opportunities presented through the Chemical Engineering organization as well as TU in general.
I did not like how there were not many food options in the dining halls, they did not always have vegetarian options.
I loved the small class sizes and community feels on campus. The professors knew you and were there to help you achieve your goals.
I can't think of anything, to be completely honest.
It's close to home, it's small but has a great community, everyone is accepting and willing to help, there are plenty of fun things to do on or around campus, and there are enough food options outside of campus as well.
The price is a bit high, but it comes at a great cost. You get to experience so many things. Concerts, sports events, get-togethers. The one thing I suggest to people who want to come is to have a plan for the money.
I liked the smaller class sizes and the availability of professors.
The food and dorm life is not always the best.
The university is a small and respected college that helps each student reach their goals to the best of their abilities.
Sometimes the university can be a little too liberal for my taste.