Week of Events
Monster Mash Dance & Costume Party
Can you do the mash — the monster mash? Join us at the Agora Event Center for music, food, drinks (alcohol for those of age), a photo booth and a costume contest. Buses to and from the event will be provided on a first-come, first-served basis starting at 8 p.m. from Bayless Plaza. The first […]
Tulsa Women's Volleyball vs. Memphis
The University of Tulsa Chamber Orchestra will perform with Ron Pearson, TU organ professor and director of music ministries at First Presbyterian Church in downtown Tulsa, 709 S. Boston Ave. TU Symphony Conductor Richard Wagner will lead the orchestra. The concert is free and open to the public.
Join TU's Spanish Club for a fun, casual way to practice your Spanish skills and meet other students and faculty! All levels of Spanish-speakers welcome.
CAPS Connection Groups are a supportive and confidential space for students to gain insight, knowledge and skills, and to explore new ways of interacting with others.
Second meeting of the semester
Love a good board game? Curious about popular card games in Afghanistan? Want to show off your UNO skills? Join TU-ACE for an evening of fun, games and community building at our next meeting in the Sharp Chapel Atrium! Snacks, drinks, cards and games will be provided.
The TU community is invited to visit the Newman Center Tuesdays this fall for free lunch and fellowship!
Come learn more about ARTH 4803 in the Netherlands with Professors Maria Maurer and Kirsten Olds. Program activities may include: exploring multiple major art museums and exhibits: Vermeer at the Rijksmuseum, the Van Gogh Museum and the Van Abbe museum; and visiting important cultural sites such as the windmill village, tulip field and Anne Frank […]
TITAN and Magic City Books are pleased to announce the visit of Anne DePrince, a distinguished university professor and associate vice provost of public good strategy and research at the University of Denver, will discuss her recent book Every 90 Seconds: Our Common Cause Ending Violence against Women. DePrince works with both youth and adults […]
Help the Tulsa community by donating blood or plasma! The TU Red Cross Club is hosting a blood drive in the Alcove Room of the Allen Chapman Student Union. Walk-ins welcome, or make your appointment online.
All students are welcome to join the TU Student Real Estate Club on Wednesday, Oct. 12, from 12 to 1 p.m., in Helmerich Hall, room 121. The guest speaker will be David Charney, CEO of Capital Homes. A free lunch will be served.
Open to anyone with an interest in physics! Food will be provided.
Learn how to navigate through the first-day, new employee paperwork. All attendees will receive a free snack bag and have the chance to win a DoorDash gift card! Register via handshake.
Beta Alpha Psi welcomes speaker Clete Brewer, co-founder and managing partner of NewRoad Capital Partners. This event is open to all TU students, faculty and staff.
Worship on Wednesday (WOW) -- A Christian-particular praise and workshop Sharp Chapel service held on Wednesdays at noon in the chapel sanctuary during the academic year. Speakers include campus staff, students and faculty, as well as area pastors and community leaders. Students, staff and faculty and members of the TU community are invited and welcome. […]
This support group is focused on providing a welcoming and safe space to offer support for diverse student voices. Students will be provided the opportunity to connect and speak concerning their unique individual experiences.
Hear students in the Anthropology Department discuss their summer fieldwork experience, and learn more about fulfilling a practicum and the opportunities that are available to students in the practical application of anthropology! Refreshments will be provided.
Join us for a webinar with admission and financial aid staff about filling out the FAFSA and finding outside scholarships to help fund your education.
TU students are invited to join Christus Health for free Lunch & Learn. Hear about their open opportunities in healthcare, meet representatives, grab awesome swag and have a chance to win gift cards. Don't miss this great chance to meet with healthcare professionals and learn about opportunities available to you. This is a come-and-go event, […]
NOTE: THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED Sixty years ago, Pope John XXIII convoked the Second Vatican Council. To this day, the meaning and purpose of the Council are still warmly contested. Christopher Ruddy, associate professor of theology at the Catholic University of America, will provide an assessment of where we stand today.
Artist's talk 5-6 p.m. in Jerri Jones Lecture Hall, Room 211, Phillips Hall. Closing reception 6-7 p.m. in Alexandre Hogue Gallery, Phillips Hall. Free and open to the public.
Beyond “She Said”: Creating and Improving Dialogue in Fiction — Abigale Mazzo A Virtual Fiction Craft Talk and Writing Workshop Dialogue is a backbone of fiction, but it can be hard to get it right. This workshop will focus on creating and improving dialogue in short stories and novels. We’ll take a brief look at […]
Enjoy tacos and smores, hangout around firepits or play a game of glow-in-the-dark capture the flag. Students are welcome to bring tents, sleeping bags and blankets to camp overnight. Security will do extra sweeps of the area throughout the night.
The TU community is invited to visit the Newman Center for an engaging discussion about the existence of God.