Academic Ranking of World Universities

University of Tulsa
English Name: University of Tulsa
Region: Northern America
Country/Region: USA
Found Year: 1894
Address: 800 South Tucker Drive
Website: http://

The University of Tulsa (TU) is a private, mid-size, selective university with an 11-to-1 student-faculty ratio. TU offers more than 60 undergraduate majors through the Henry Kendall College of Arts and Sciences, Collins College of Business, College of Engineering and Natural Sciences, and the Oxley College of Health Sciences, including the opportunity for students to pursue multiple majors, minors, and interdisciplinary majors within or between colleges. Student-designed areas of academic concentration are also available, as are combined bachelors/master's degree programs and doctoral degree programs in a number of science and engineering fields of study.

TU students are rigorously challenged through coursework as well as independent scholarship and research, including the Tulsa Undergraduate Research Challenge, which engages qualified students in mentored research, concentrated study, and service learning. TU's Global Scholars Program engages students in global issues from the perspective of their particular major. Students take a set of classes that explore the big questions affecting the world today and participate in monthly programming on campus and an international study, research, or internship experience.

Academic resources available to undergraduates include an internationally renowned collection of American, British, and Irish literary documents as well as Native American historical documents in McFarlin Library; a partnership with the Gilcrease Museum, one of the best facilities in the world for the study of American and Native American art and history; an active and engaging undergraduate entrepreneurial program that gives students the skills and experience to set them apart as future business leaders; and access to cutting-edge technology and instrumentation, including scanning electron microscopes, a microarray core facility, and the world's largest research flow loop. Undergraduates interested in science or engineering benefit from TU's designation as a Center of Excellence in Information Assurance by the NSA, and TU is one of six pioneer institutions selected by the National Science Foundation for the Federal Cyber Service Initiative (Cyber Corps).

Undergraduates graduate from TU with a deep understanding of their discipline, practical experience in applying their knowledge to real-world situations, and extracurricular activities to help them mature both personally and professionally. Because of these unique educational attributes and far-reaching experiences, TU students have routinely won prestigious honors since 1995: 62 Goldwater Scholarships, 67 National Science Foundation Graduate Fellowships, 22 Fulbright Grants, 11 Truman Scholarships, 9 Udall Scholarships, 5 British Marshall Scholarships, 3 Rhodes Scholarships and other significant awards.

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