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Banned Books Week at OSU-Tulsa Library

The OSU-Tulsa Library is celebrating Banned Books Week 2018 next week, September 23-29.



Dog on Campus? Paw-fect!

The #IAMOKSTATE blog inspired us to make sure everyone is up to speed when it comes to on-campus pet policies at OSU-Tulsa. Because how could we not love our furry friends?


Five no-brainer things to do to get ready for fall classes


The 2018 fall semester is hurtling toward us like a downhill freight train. So get going. Here are five no-brainer tips you need to do right now to be prepared for the first day of class on Aug. 20.

Beat Finals Week: Lower Your Stress with Exercise


Jeremiah Watkins here, of the OSU-Tulsa Wellness Center.

For any college student, the beginning of May can mean only one thing: ‘Test Stress.’

Throw your stress to the curb by introducing some physical activity into your life. Here are my top three reasons why students should be physically active - especially during finals.

Don’t let Oklahoma spring weather take you by surprise

Ah yes, it is spring.

It’s a time when flowers blossom, temperatures warm and the inevitable happens – severe weather.

There’s no playing around with such forces so keep a few things in mind.

“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:


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.