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“I’m not going to walk in graduation” – Wait, what?

You have spent a lot of time in - and out of - the classroom over your college career. Graduating with your classmates is a way to celebrate your academic accomplishment together. Even if you don’t feel an attachment to your school (we’ll cry about this later), here is a list of reasons why walking in the OSU-Tulsa Graduation Ceremony actually IS a big deal and why YOU should care enough to walk:

I just want my degree, so why should I get involved on campus? #SRSLY

You hear it from faculty and staff all the time. “You need to get involved in campus activities.”

You think to yourself, “I don’t have any free time, I’ve got a (insert responsibility here: job, spouse, kids, elderly parents, etc.). I just want to go to class and go home!”

I’m not graduating or looking for a job, so why should I go to the Career Fair?

 

Good question.

Every semester, OSU-Tulsa Career Services hosts a career fair in the Main Hall Commons geared toward all degrees. Students, alumni and the public are welcome to join us – especially the students who are about to graduate. But what if you’re someone who has just started their OSU-Tulsa experience? Should you still attend the career fair? The answer is:

YES!

Don’t Waste Time & Money – Use Career Services

It takes time and money to figure out what to do with the rest of your life after college. Given that time and money are limited resources as a student, it can be tempting to push this kind of problem to the back burner.

Library Workshops: Give us 60 minutes, and we can save you hours of research time!

Now that the semester’s underway, you’re working on assignments for research papers and projects. You’re probably spending a lot of time Googling your topic to find useful information or maybe checking out the Library’s databases to find some peer-reviewed articles to back up your thesis statement. 

Pay Attention to Flu Prevention

Flu seasons seems to arrive earlier each year, only to stick around for longer than anticipated. In fact, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention1 has reported that Oklahoma is one of two states in which influenza was officially labeled as 'widespread.'

Here are some tips that you can arm yourself with to help with staying healthy and happy during flu seasons.

Say Hello to a New Semester

Now is your chance to start fresh, form new habits and let’s get real – start killin’ it. It’s a new semester! Here’s a list of things that successful students do during their first weeks back to class:

Digital Humanities, Citizen Branding courses set for spring

If you are looking for a new and interesting elective to round out your spring schedule, two courses will be offered in the spring 2018 semester for students who want to learn how social media is transforming American citizenship or create a digital exhibit for Tulsa's Woody Guthrie Center, a museum and archive dedicated to documenting the American folk singer's life.

Walk with OSU-Tulsa and Pistol Pete in the 2018 MLK Day Parade

Ron Bussert, OSU-Tulsa vice president for administration and finance, participates in the 2017 Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Parade

Students, faculty and staff are invited join Pistol Pete and BOB, the Big Orange Bus, as OSU-Tulsa marches in the 2018 Martin Luther King, Jr. parade on Monday, Jan. 15 at 11 a.m.

Prepare for Finals Week like a champion marathon runner

Pistol Pete studies for his final in the OSU-Tulsa Library.

Finals can be stressful but preparation is as important for academics as it is for any athletic event, says OSU-Tulsa Wellness Coordinator Jeremiah Watkins.

"Don't let the stress and the hard work you've put into the semester get the best of you," he said.

To ensure you're the "winner" of your Finals Week, Watkins offers some tips for success:

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