University of Tulsa

University of Tulsa

update 10/31/18

We know that life is crazy this time of year. In an effort to reduce stress for you and your students, The University of Tulsa is extending its Early Action Deadline until Thursday, November 15 at 11:59pm (in student's time zone).

If you have any questions or need additional assistance, we urge you to contact your TU admission counselor or the TU Office of Admission at 918.631.2307800.331.3050 or


Here is your TU Top 5!

1. Application Fee Waiver - the deadline to avoid paying a $50 application fee is October 15. Students need to at least start their application by this date to receive the perk. As a reminder, students can apply using the TU online application or the Common Application. If you have a student who is not able to start their application by October 15 and needs their application waived, please contact their admission counselor.

2. Early Action Deadline - Students who complete their application with all accompanying documents by November 1 will know their non-binding TU admission decision in early December. Students are sent reminders each week as to the documents they are missing. Please ask them to check their inboxes if they are unsure about what they need to complete their application. They can also call the TU Office of Admission at 918-631-2307 or email us at

3. Visit Programs
  • Financial Aid Workshop - Sunday, October 14 - For parents of seniors. Parents will receive information on filling out the FAFSA, scholarship opportunities and much more.
  • TU Up Close - Thursday, October 18 - Seniors, junior and sophomores are welcome to attend. Students will enjoy a campus tour, meeting TU students and faculty, academic interest sessions and admission workshops.
  • Tulsa Time Overnight Visit Program - Sunday/Monday, November 11-12. For seniors only. We will provide overnight accommodations for students, as well as campus tours, meet and greets with professors, city bus tours, special interest sessions and much more!
  • Individual Daily Visit - If our visit program dates do not work for a student's calendar, they can visit campus on their own Monday-Saturday. We will tailor a campus visit based on the student's interest.
4. FAFSA - As you know, the FAFSA opened October 1. We encourage all students, regardless of income, to complete the FAFSA so that they can be considered for need-based aid.

5. Scholarships - A student's completed application automatically puts them into consideration for university merit scholarships. No additional applications are needed. The only exception is the Presidential Scholarship. Visit our website for Presidential Scholarship eligibility requirements, as well as application deadlines. Please let us know if you or your students have questions. We are here to help!

Have a great week!

The TU Office of Admission



The University of Tulsa is delighted to announce two amazing opportunities available to your students. Both programs allow students to begin a path to their desired graduate program as early as freshman year.

The TU Early Careers in Community Medicine (ECCM) program allows select incoming freshman to have a provisional acceptance to medical school at the OU-TU School of Community Medicine in Tulsa or the University of Oklahoma College of Medicine in Oklahoma City. Students admitted to the ECCM program may select any  major at TU, but must receive a minor in one of the following areas considered essential to community medicine: anthropology, sociology, health informatics, biomedical engineering (when available) or law, policy and society. We invite you to learn more about this exciting opportunity!

  • To be considered, students must meet the qualifications for the Presidential Scholarship and apply for both programs by January 15. 
  • Five students will be selected each year.
  • Finalists will interview with representatives from both TU and OU.

The TU 3 + 1.5 Accelerated MBA Program allows exceptional students to be admitted into the MBA track of the undergraduate business program as TU freshmen. Students who meet the requirements of the program will be admitted to the Graduate School in their junior year following the application process. To be considered for admission, students must have a minimum ACT score of 28 and graduate in the top 10% of their high school class or have a minimum 3.75 high school GPA. To learn more, please visit our website or contact your school’s TU admission counselor.

  • Students entering this program who bring less than 15 hours of AP or other college credit will need to attend summer school to allow graduation within four and a half years.
  • Students admitted in this program as freshmen will be engaged with Graduate Business Programs with a special orientation and occasional activities, including invitations to various GBSA events.
  • Admission is competitive and a maximum of 20 students will be accepted each year.

We hope your students take advantage of these wonderful opportunities. If you have additional questions or would like more details, please contact us at 918-631-2307 or 800-331-3050 or email the Office of Undergraduate Admission at


The TU Office of Admission

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