Week of Events
Alexandre Hogue Gallery: Unstable Entity by Rebecca Drolen
The 2023–24 season at the Alexandre Hogue Gallery continues with Rebecca Drolen’s exhibition ‘Unstable Entity.' Unstable Entity uses photographs and architectural constructs to explore balancing and tipping points within culturally unstable expectations of female strength, resilience, and bodily performance. The work compares physical bodily forms to ad-hoc assemblages that are tenuously balanced using common building […]
Inner Journeys at 101 Archer
We invite the TU community to explore the profound impacts of inner experiences through the "Inner Journeys" exhibit. Dive into the insights of Albert Einstein's thought experiments, William Blake's mystical verse, and surreal artworks. Discover how these experiences inform mental health treatments, from hallucinogenic substances to meditation. The exhibit is divided into four chapters, each […]
You can't celebrate GivingTuesday without TU! On this global day of generosity, please consider making an immediate impact on students' lives with a gift to one of TU's colleges or initiatives. Mark your calendars for Nov. 28 and join the TU community and communities around the world to demonstrate the power of collective giving.
Spring Break Study Abroad and Spring Extension Course Application Deadline
If you want to study abroad during spring break or May 2024 as an extension to a class, you need to apply by Dec. 1! Applications include both enrollment in the linked class, as well as a separate application on the CGE website. Questions about where to start or how to apply? Stop by the […]
Tulsa Artists’ Coalition’s 34th Annual Members’ Show
Tulsa community join Oklahoma Center for the Humanities at 101 Archer for the annual Tulsa Artists' Coalition juried members' exhibition. The Annual Members’ Show is the Tulsa Artists’ Coalition’s opportunity to expose its members’ contemporary visual arts to a wide audience. This prominent Tulsa regional showcase highlights the exceptional work of emerging and established artists […]
Interested in improving your German speaking skills? TU students are invited to register for the German Speaking Partners program, where every two weeks participants will be paired with another student with a similar fluency level or a native speaker (if available). Both students will receive notification via e-mail with the name and contact info of […]
TU students, faculty, staff, and families are invited to Sharp Chapel for a new program beginning in fall 2023! TU Philosophy & Religion faculty Don Prudlo and Matt Drever will help facilitate a discussion of St. Augustine’s City of God. Our weekly gathering will explore Part II of Augustine’s magnificent writing that focuses upon the […]
Stop by the Baptist Collegiate Ministries building for free hot lunch, beverages, and ice cream every Monday! ALL TU students, faculty and staff are welcome!
TU Spanish Club meets every Monday at noon in the Oliphant Hall Language & Literature lounge. It’s a laid-back, casual meeting where you can listen and speak Spanish with other learners, native speakers, and professors. Occasionally, there will be Latin-American food provided during the meeting. Join our GroupMe for more information: https://groupme.com/join_group/54461716/yy9TnurV.
TU students join us every Monday to read through books by C. S. Lewis and discuss their ideas. We're currently reading "Perelandra," the second book of Lewis's Space Trilogy. Come and argue (um discuss) with us! We read it there so all you need to do is show up.
TU community join Campus Recreation for intramural table tennis doubles. Teams of two compete in a round of 4 games. The top teams from the round advance to a single elimination table tennis tournament. The winners receive the coveted Intramural Champ shirt. Registration is on IMLeagues.com. Register with your UTulsa email to create a team […]
TU community join Sigma Alpha lota for coffee and hot chocolate with delicious toppings for sale.
TU students are invited to St. Philip Neri Catholic Center for free lunch on Tuesdays. See you there!
TU students join the Exercise Sports Science club to hear from Ellen Paulson from OU-TU School of Medicine. Lunch will be provided.
TU students join Lambda Alpha for a talk by visiting Professor Reuven Yeshurun from Haifa University. Drinks will be provided, and dinner opportunity afterwards! Come learn more about zooarchaeology!
TUTV is a student-led multimedia production lab with many positions and opportunities for students of any major or experience level. Stop by the studio to learn more and get involved!
TU community join Campus Recreation for a intramural pickleball tournament. Teams of two compete in a round robin of 4 games. The top teams from the round robin advance to […]
TU students join Oklahoma Center for the Humanities for the first in a series of programs surrounding the 2023-24 Common Read selection - "Educated" by Tara Westover! The Wild Fairy […]
TU faculty, staff, and students are invited to stop by the Kendall College of Arts & Sciences, located in the first-floor hallway of Tyrrell Hall, for snacks and refreshments on Wednesdays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. (or while supplies last!).
Open to all TU students, no appointment needed! Take advantage of this opportunity to meet one-on-one with our Music Industry Professional-in-Residence Corey Taylor II. Whether you want to explore music production, music business, venue management, artist management, publications, record labels, singer-song writing, or you simply want a place to start, Mr. Taylor would love to […]
Join the Little Blue House for a FREE vegetarian lunch every Wednesday at noon!
TU community join the TU Student Real Estate Club for the final Lunch and Learn speaker series event for Fall 2023. Participants will learn about the growing industrial real estate sector with guest speaker Deren Huang. This is an opportunity to network with real estate professionals and learn ways to enhance your academic journey.
The TU community is invited to join the Kendall College of Arts & Sciences and the School of Music as we fill Tyrrell Hall with the sounds of music once again. Stop by Adelson Auditorium and listen to songs, arias, and carols performed by students in the School of Music while enjoying our weekly Snacks […]
The TU community is invited for a Christian-particular praise and worship service held on Wednesdays at noon in the Sharp Chapel sanctuary during the academic year. Speakers include campus staff, students and faculty, as well as area pastors and community leaders. Students are invited and welcome. A free lunch follows WOW at 12:30 p.m. in […]
TU community join TU Business Society for a panel and networking session with local and global energy experts and TU Faculty followed by a brief networking session with light hors d'oeuvres to explain and explore: The state of the energy industry today Investment opportunities for companies and individuals How Tulsa can participate in and lead […]
TU community join Campus Recreation for a intramural dodgeball tournament. Teams of two compete in a round robin of 4 games. The top teams from the round robin advance to a single elimination Dodgeball tournament. The winners receive the coveted Intramural Champ shirt. Registration is on IMLeagues.com. Register with your utulsa email to create a […]
Jennifer Airey, Dean of the Graduate School, invites TU students to enjoy donuts and discuss all things grad. If you are a current grad student or considering grad school at TU, this is the perfect place to ask questions, get answers, and pick up a donut or two! Stop by 201 Lorton Hall to chat […]
TU students, faculty and staff are invited to a weekly discussion regarding the writings of Christian apologists such as C.S. Lewis, G.K. Chesterton, Alister McGrath, Peter Kreeft and Timothy Keller. Free lunch served.
Time to ace that exam! TU students join the Student Success Team as we discuss ways to prepare for those final exams.
The Center for Global Engagement invites international students and study-abroad students to join us for an afternoon of mingling and merriment! Refreshments will be provided.
The University of Tulsa and greater Tulsa communities join the Student Activities Board in turning on 1 million blue and white lights campus-wide as we welcome the holiday season! Plenty of free food and desserts along with coffee, cocoa and cider (spiked available for sale with ID), as well as activities including make-your-own ornament, DIY […]
Married Scholars Fight About Jane Austen: The Final Showdown In this talk, the first in the 2023-24 McFarlin Fellows Speaker Series, Devoney Looser and George Justice, well-known scholars and teachers of Jane Austen, share how Jane Austen brought them together and – despite disagreements about the meaning of her six novels – keeps them together. […]
The Tulsa community is invited to The University of Tulsa's Switchyard Food Fest to join James Beard Award-winning chefs and food writers for an exciting evening of conversations about food in all of its diversity and significance—food sovereignty, food culture, food policy. The headliners will include Tom Colicchio, Sean Sherman, Jori Lewis, and Siddhartha Deb, […]
Monthly Real Estate Club meeting. All TU undergraduate and graduate students interested in learning more about real estate are welcome. Free lunch provided!
TU students join Student Success for First Gen Friday monthly meetings to engage with other first generation students and staff supporters! This month will be our end of the year celebration and we will also hear from Student Life. Olive Garden lunch will be provided to all first gen student attendees.
Pathfinders participants are invited for a weekly community get together. Guest speakers and specific topics will be announced the week of via social media. Free beverages and snacks are always provided.
TU students join the Russian club for an early Holiday and New Year's Eve party. Join us in decorating a tree and having some delicious Russian food and sweets!
Event has been canceled.
TU community join the Newman Center for Mass followed by preparing the Newman Center for the Advent season.
TU and Tulsa community join the South Asian Student Association and the Student Activities Board as we host a Mock Mehndi, a fake South Asian wedding, where we share our culture and traditions. There will be free food, performances, henna, bride and groom, and games!