OU-Tulsa Student Affairs
Festival of Trees & Lights - Register to Decorate Today!
Student Organizations and Campus Departments can register to adopt (and decorate) a pre-lit tree or table for the 2nd annual Festival of Trees & Lights in the Founders Student Center. Decorating can begin on Monday, November 18th (after your registration form has been approved by our office). To pick up a registration form, please stop by OU-Tulsa Student Affairs, room 1C76.
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Sooner Ally training session for Fall 2013
The next Sooner Ally training session is scheduled for Friday, November 1, 2013, from 9am-Noon. Please email or call Cortney Dennis at 918-660-3105 to sign up. Advanced registration is required.
The OU-Tulsa Sooner Safety Report report is now available
As of Monday, September 30, 2013, the OU-Tulsa Sooner Safety Report is now available online. To request a printed copy of this report, please visit OU-Tulsa Student Affairs, room 1C76, Monday through Friday between 8am and 5pm.
Sexual Misconduct, Discrimination & Harassment Policy
The University of Oklahoma recently adopted a Sexual Misconduct, Discrimination and Harassment Policy for all three campues. If you have questions or need to file a complaint please contact Josh Davis, Director of OU-Tulsa Student Affairs and Associate Title IX Coordinator, at 918-660-3107 or in person, room 1C76 in the Founders Student Union.
OU-Tulsa Student Affairs Misson Statement
The mission of OU-Tulsa Student Affairs is to provide resources and opportunities, unite a diverse student population, respect each student's experiences and goals, and enhance the development of the whole student.
The "PURE" Goals of OU-Tulsa Student Affairs
Provide resources and opportunities to address student needs,
Unite a diverse student population into a cohesive campus community by establishing interdisciplinary relationships,
Respect each student's experiences and goals by fostering self-actualization, community involvement, and global awareness,
Enhance the development of the whole student by complementing academic knowledge, fostering social understanding, and promoting leadership.
OU-Tulsa Student Affairs is responsible for the portion of your collegiate experience that occurs outside the classroom. We provide customized services to meet the needs of our OU-Tulsa student population in the areas of career consultation, activities and programming, student conduct, wellness, student health clinic, mental health, student athletic tickets, and the disability resource center. We are always welcome to new ideas and programming opportunities, so please come by our office in the Founders Student Union, rm. 1C76, to let us know how we can more effectively serve our students!
The Presidential Award for Departmental Excellence
OU-Tulsa Student Affairs is honored to receive the 2013 Presidental Award for Departmental Excellence at OU-Tulsa!