Friday, May 5

The BOOM days:  Prosperity and Pain in Each Barrel of Crude

This exhibit is a glimpse into the life of the oil field worker during the early days of the oil boom in Oklahoma, Texas, Louisiana and Pennsylvania. The...


Believed to have originated in the early 15th c. at Oxford University, the Baccalaureate service is religious in nature providing the opportunity to reflect...

From My Point of View: Indians Illustrated: The Image of Native Americans in the Pictorial Press

John Coward, University of Tulsa associate professor of communication, will discuss his newest book, which covers the stereotyping of Native Americans in...

Tidal Shift: Prints by Art Werger

Art Werger, professor of printmaking from Ohio University, has received more than 250 awards in national and international exhibitions. His prints are...

Final Bell Party and Bell Ringing

Please join the TU Alumni Association and the Future Alumni Council for a party to celebrate the TU Class of 2017. There will be alumni giveaways for new...

Graduation Tea

Speech-Language Pathology graduates are welcome to come to Mary K. Chapman Center for a drop in tea to mingle with faculty, friends, and family. Refreshments...

Languages Senior Graduate Reception

Join us as we congratulate our seniors. We are honoring language majors. Language minors are welcome to attend!

Women's Bible Study

Women meet and discuss the bible. It is a safe environment and an amazing way to meet new women followers of Christ.

Study Abroad Graduation Stole Ceremony

Study abroad alumni who are Spring and Summer 2017 graduates are invited to a reception where they will be presented with a stole representing the country...

Spring Hooding Ceremony

The Spring Hooding Ceremony, celebrating the Class of 2017, will be held at the Reynolds Center followed by a special reception for graduates and their...

First Friday Art Crawl @ Zarrow

Enjoy the Brady Arts District with live music and exciting exhibitions each month.

Senior Film NIght

Exclusive lineup of senior student films presented by the Department of Film Studies with refreshments Free and open to the public.

Friday, May 5