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The University of Tulsa, a private, independent doctoral institution in Oklahoma, has an endowment of approximately $1 billion and a total enrollment of 4,700 students in five colleges: Arts and Sciences, Business, Engineering and Natural Sciences, Health Sciences and Law. The 2015 edition of America’s Best Colleges, published by U.S. News and World Report, ranks TU among the top 100 national doctoral degree granting universities. With an average class size of 23 and a student-faculty ratio of 11-1, TU offers a personal education for its students. Seventy-three percent of incoming freshman graduated in the top 10 percent of their high school class with an average ACT score of 29 and SAT score of 1260. The university is well known for its liberal arts and professional programs.

The University of Tulsa is closely tied to the City of Tulsa and the southwest region of the United States.   The area is an outstanding home for the university, which derives much of its inspiration and enthusiasm from the outstanding arts and corporate communities.  TU’s students, staff, and faculty are committed to working with the larger community to enhance its neighborhoods, improve economic prosperity, and address social issues.  TU strives to be a good neighbor and a partner in the growth of the Tulsa community.  More than 63,000 hours of community service are volunteered annually by members of the TU community. TU is committed to providing a quality educational and experiential environment for its students and the Tulsa community.  TU invites those throughout the greater Tulsa area to participate in numerous university programs, including a myriad of free lectures, art exhibits, musical performances and TU athletic events.  International students and scholars comprise an important part of the TU community, including over 1,200 international students from 79 countries.  Additional information about TU may be found at