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About OU-Tulsa

Livin' on Tulsa Time

OU-Tulsa is a nationally-recognized center for higher education, offering more than 30 undergraduate, Master’s, and Doctorate level degrees, as well as graduate certificates. The University of Oklahoma’s presence in Tulsa, and our service to northeastern Oklahoma, stretches all the back to 1957. We’re proud to be a member of the Tulsa community, the University of Oklahoma family, a partner to several local organizations and institutes, and strong collaborators within the global education space.

Situated squarely in Tulsa’s geographic center, we have deep community roots, but we're proud to serve as a launching point for graduates from across the globe. Many of OU-Tulsa’s degree programs place heavy emphasis on community engagement -- in fact, some of them were created with community needs in mind. Contributing to the needs of Tulsa and northeastern Oklahoma is woven into the fabric of everything we do.

OU-Tulsa Student Pride

President Joseph Harroz and OU-Tulsa Vice President Susan Bynum
Campus Leadership
OU-Tulsa Student Government
Student Government
OU-Tulsa Staff Senate
OU-Tulsa Staff Senate
Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
Access and Opportunity
Campus Photography
Campus Photography
Art on Campus
Art on Campus

Facility Rental


We have a variety of spaces available for rent on the OU-Tulsa campus. Learn more about rates and room information by clicking here.

Marketing and Communications

The OU-Tulsa Marketing and Communications team develops and executes effective and impactful communication and marketing strategies to build and strengthen the OU-Tulsa brand.

Visit OU-Tulsa

To schedule a campus tour, email or call 918-660-3318.

Download Campus Map (PDF)

Exit on Yale Ave and travel north to 41st Street.


Take I-44 east to Yale Ave exit. Turn north (left) and continue to 41st Street.

Traveling east on the Creek Turnpike take Hwy 169 and travel North to Hwy 51 (Broken Arrow Expressway). Take Hwy 51 (Broken Arrow Expressway) going West. Take the Yale exit and turn left until you reach Yale Ave. Turn left again on Yale Ave. and travel South to 41st St.

Take Hwy 75 and travel North to I-44. Travel east on I-44 to Yale Ave and turn left (North) to 41st St.