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OU-Tulsa Student Affairs

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.

Contact us: TulsaSA@ou.edu or 918-660-3100.


OU-Tulsa is proactively monitoring and planning for COVID-19.

For the latest student-focused updates at OU-Tulsa:

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To access the online COVID-19 Screening & Reporting Tool for employees and students, click here.

To access the online COVID-19 Screening & Reporting Tool for scheduled visitors and vendors (and new employees), click here.

SA Division Statement Regarding the National Climate - June 3, 2020

"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.

Career Services:

Resume Reviews, Cover Letter Reviews, & Mock Job Interviews

Email Lauren Condry

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OU-Tulsa Fitness Center Open for Appointments Only

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Leadership Development Series: Goal Setting

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BIT @ OU-Tulsa

Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT) website

Sexual Misconduct

Sexual Misconduct Policy (Title IX) website

Academic Calendar

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Bias Reporting Hotline

As an additional measure of protection for our students, faculty and staff, the University has implemented a 24-Hour Reporting Hotline. The hotline is answered twenty-four hours a day to take reports of bias, discrimination (including racial, religious, or gender discrimination), physical or mental harassment, or misconduct by members of the University community.

To file a report, please call 844-428-6531 or visit www.ou.ethicspoint.com.

Clery Report

Download the full report in PDF format. For questions about the report, please call 918-660-3107 or email Executive Director of OU-Tulsa Student Affairs, Josh Davis.

News & Events

OU-Tulsa students in Norman degree programs should contact the Writing Center on the OU-Norman campus for online (email/Skype) critiques by visiting their website.

HSC students should email the Writing Center in Oklahoma or call them at 405-271-2416 for assistance. Visit their website for more details.

OU-Tulsa Events

OU Equal Opportunity Statement

The University of Oklahoma, in compliance with all applicable federal and state laws and regulations does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, genetic information, gender identity, gender expression, age, religion, disability, political beliefs, or status as a veteran in any of its policies, practices, or procedures. This includes, but is not limited to:  admissions, employment, financial aid, housing, services in educational programs or activities, or health care services that the University operates or provides.
Inquiries regarding non-discrimination policies may be directed to: Faustina Layne, Interim Equal Opportunity Officer and Title IX Coordinator, 405-271-2110, faustina-layne@ouhsc.edu, or visit http://www.ou.edu/eoo.html.