In high school, I usually forget a lot of the material that I learn within a few weeks. But, somehow the TU professors have managed to implant into my brain everything they have ever taught me - I can't seem to forget any of it. This comes in rather helpful around test time. At the moment, I am taking very basic classes, so I don't see exactly how it'll be helpful in my career quite yet. But I have been taught all of this material very well. I am looking forward to my future courses that will focus more on...
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They are the absolute best at making students feel welcome and secure in their new environment with new ways to meet faculty and other students. TU provided great support when registering for classes and making sure that the students are on the right track to graduating. TU also provides great academic support to make sure that there is no student being left behind (as long as the student takes advantage of the opportunities).» Read More
The University of Tulsa is a small and selective school full of bright, high-achieving students who are so close that they're like one big family (I'm serious, we all pretty much know each other). Even though the city is a bit sketchy, I never feel unsafe on campus because there are always friendly people walking around and campus security on patrol. This school offers so many unique opportunities to design your own major and curricular, start your own SA-funded club (in case you don't find one you like among the many options), get personal attention from professors, and meet some of the most intelligent and fun friends ever!» Read More
There are many ways to be entertained downtown and around campus; occasionally, the university hosts performances. Sports are important to the moral of the University of Tulsa; there's a big push for involvement. The focus on arts and humanities is relatively small compared to engineering and sciences, seeing as their are many research opportunities and multiple newer buildings that house the math/science classes.» Read More
The University of Tulsa is a great university. It offers many opportunities for students outside of class, and the smaller class sizes makes it easier to form relationships with other students and the professors that teach there. Extracurricular programs are also very important and helpful for students at Tulsa, some, like TURC, provide a lot of experience for students and allows then to specialize in something inside their area of study.» Read More