Week of Events
Tulsa Women's Soccer vs. UCF
End Hispanic Heritage Month with us at our Festival de las Flores. We will have live music from Los Tremendos Jr, cultural dances, food truck, a mechanical bull and more activities! Everyone is welcome!
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.
Phi Beta Kappa's Beta Chapter of Oklahoma at TU invites you to The John G. Gammie Triennial Symposium, "Cancel Culture Conversations." The event includes a keynote lecture by Kathryn Lofton, Lex Hixon Professor of Religious Studies and American Studies, Professor of History and Divinity at Yale University. Admission to the symposium is free. We welcome […]
Join GitWit Creative Studio and students from the Zero.One Innovation class as they ideate around their semester projects. No experience necessary – jump right in to provide your thoughts and troubleshoot potential solutions. Open to all students, regardless of discipline. Food, engaging activities, creativity and innovation process.
The TU community is invited to visit the Newman Center Tuesdays this fall for free lunch and fellowship!
Ready to complete your application, but not sure how to get started? Join our admission staff for a virtual event to learn about tips and tricks to completing your Tulsa You application or the Common App.
Buy delicious baked goodies and support your Sigma Alpha Iota chapter at TU! We will have yummy Halloween-themed desserts, coffee and tea, along with vegan and gluten-free options. The bake sale will be in the lobby of the Lorton Performance Center from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.!
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.
Join the Women of Color Collective in some fun fitness! We will have a zumba instructor, water, and light snacks!
JOLT outdoor activity featuring Tim Dombrow, local founder of Railhead Coffee Company Join JOLT@TU Business for food, live music, fun games and an outdoor fall atmosphere featuring Tim Dombrow, local founder/entrepreneur of Railhead Coffee Company. Tim will provide a demonstration and discuss the role of creativity in his business. Free event in the Helmerich courtyard, […]
Join the South Asian Student Association and the Asian American Student Association in celebrating Diwali, the festival of lights. There will be free South Asian food, performances and sparklers after dark.
Everyone is welcome at this free concert featuring performances by Dana Maher, piano, and Allison Eskitch, piano. The performance will take place on Thursday, Oct. 20, in Meinig Recital Hall.
Note: This event has been canceled. We apologize for any inconvenience. Join the TU School of Music for a jazz concert. The concert will take place on Thursday, Oct. 20, in Gussman Hall. For more information, please contact email@example.com. The concert is free and open to the public.
What better way to celebrate Halloween than with a drag show hosted by Tulsa’s own Adonia? There will be snacks, a costume contest with prizes and – of course – drag queens! Don’t forget to bring small bills to tip the performers.
Founded with a vision for Tulsa’s talent pipeline, Campus Tulsa’s initiative is to increase the number of paid internships in Tulsa that value student talent, diversify hiring pools to reflect the many types of student leaders and support students in building meaningful communities and connections. Join Campus Tulsa to learn more about how they can […]
Students, faculty and staff are invited to stop by and meet Colonel (Retired) Matt Ingram, TU's new director of veterans affairs. Refreshments will be served.
Join WomENS to paint a pumpkin, eat some pizza and listen to Taylor Swift's new album. Drop in anytime 3-5 p.m.!
The Helmerich Center for American Research (HCAR) is pleased to announce the 2022-23 series of Works-in-Progress seminars. These seminars nurture a community of local and regional scholars by providing opportunities to share creative activity in an academically constructive environment. Each seminar will focus on pre-circulated drafts, followed by a roundtable conversation. Our second seminar of […]
The Helmerich Center for American Research, Gilcrease Museum, and University of Tulsa Kendall College of Arts and Sciences are delighted to announce the book launch for William (Billy) Smith’s Benjamin Colman’s Epistolary World, 1688-1755: Networking in the Dissenting Atlantic (Palgrave Macmillan). Please join us, either in person or by Zoom, for the event on Friday, […]
iTU and Women in Cybersecurity are partnering with Girl Scouts of Eastern Oklahoma to host cybersecurity badge workshops for local Girl Scouts. These workshops will be held at TU in Helmerich Hall. Volunteers will help guide the girls through their stations and facilitate some of the workshop sessions. Cybersecurity knowledge is not required to volunteer. […]
Join the TU School of Music for a performance by the Tulsa Chorale. The Tulsa Chorale will sing pieces by composers Eric Whitacre and Johannes Brahms. Maureen O’Boyle is the featured violin soloist. William Roger Price and Cathy Venable are the featured pianists. The conductors will be Dr. Kim Childs, interim artistic director, and guest […]