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Ready, Set, (Fall) Graduate!

If this fall semester is your last, there may be a few things you need to know before you're set to graduate. We're here to walk you through it.

Veteran Support: Serving Those Who Have Served

After giving your time and sacrificing so much to serve our country, we just want to say a huge THANK YOU to our veterans.

The support you've shown us only deserves support in return. This is why we want to share information about resources to help you succeed here at OSU-Tulsa.

Stop...Safety Time

Campus should be a safe place. We want you to feel at home here so you can focus on your studies and get closer to that bright future!

It's never a bad idea to stay safe, but did you know about the resources available to you? Check out our Campus Safety page if you haven't yet.

Don't have time right now? Keeping scrolling for the highlights. 

Banned Books Week at OSU-Tulsa Library

How do we participate on campus?

The OSU-Library will have a censorship display of banned/challenged books from Sept. 20-30.  Feel free to check one out!

As a reminder, the OSU-Tulsa Library is currently at a temporary location next to the Peter and Pat Bartlett Room Tulsa Room, in front of Main Hall.

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

For any college student, the end of the semester 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: