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Helmerich Hall

Helmerich Hall is the home of the Collins College of Business. Renovations were completed in 2008. A front arch offers a grand entrance to welcome students and visitors and beautifully connects Helmerich Hall with the campus. A tower entrance was added on the north side the building, which has Gothic architectural elements that blend with the rest of campus. The college also renovated its interior spaces, adding comfortable public spaces for students to meet and study.

The University of Tulsa, 2900 East 5th Street, Tulsa, OK 74104, USA

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918-631-2213

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TU Tech Camp

Registration is open for the Department of Accounting and CIS summer TU Tech Camp! The four-day business technology camp is open to students entering grades...

7/31 9am
TU Tech Camp

Registration is open for the Department of Accounting and CIS summer TU Tech Camp! The four-day business technology camp is open to students entering grades...

8/1 9am
TU Tech Camp

Registration is open for the Department of Accounting and CIS summer TU Tech Camp! The four-day business technology camp is open to students entering grades...

8/2 9am
TU Tech Camp

Registration is open for the Department of Accounting and CIS summer TU Tech Camp! The four-day business technology camp is open to students entering grades...

8/3 9am

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Very thought provoking

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Beale, Elmus G left a positive review 10/8/2015

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Beale, Elmus G left a positive review 10/15/2015

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Neal, Steven Wayne left a positive review 9/22/2015

VERY overwhelming! I had NO idea how hectic it was going to be. Even the flyers offered by the school about how to prepare, didn't prepare me.

Beale, Elmus G

Beale, Elmus G left a positive review 9/10/2015

Dr. Clancy provided an informative and thought provoking overview of the cost of healthcare in the US. He provided surprising evidence that the cost is twice that of other developed countries while the death rate in the US is higher.