Note: This program has been postponed. Check back for updated information.
Listen and learn about the experiences and accomplishments of Black students at The University of Tulsa. Q&A to follow.
Don’t miss the second annual Gospel Fest hosted by the Association of Black Collegians! This event is open to the public and will feature performers from several Black local churches.
TU students: Wear your best ’90s fit to skate with the Association of Black Collegians at SKATES Rollertainment, and enjoy open concessions and an open bar*! Transportation will be available and you must register to attend. Tickets are going fast!
*Following TU Guidelines of one drink per hour for students 21 years and older
Note: Rescheduled for Wednesday, Feb. 22.
Celebrate Black History Month by spending time with friends and enjoying some delicious soul food. Head down to Pat Case to grab some food, enjoy the music and have a great night!
Play basketball at Collins Fitness Center to win cash prizes, engage in competition, enjoy local food trucks and more! Register online to attend.
Test out your Jeopardy skills virtually with the Association of Black Collegians on instagram @tulsaabc. The first person to answer all the questions correctly wins a ticket to our ’90s skate night on Feb. 24.
Join TU’s Office for Diversity, Equity and inclusion and former Black Panther Party member Elmer Dixon to watch the blockbuster film Judas and the Black Messiah either from your own device on Amazon Prime Watch Party or in the DEI Office. The film explores the history and current relevance of the Black Panther Party, Black self-reliance and pride.
Please contact Kelli from the DEI Office (email@example.com) for watch party instructions.
At TU Law, we believe that the legal profession should be a reflection of our communities, so we are honored to hold a symposium to encourage traditionally underrepresented students to become interested in law school. We believe that the future of the law demands greater representation.
Please join us to hear first-hand from law students and lawyers about their personal journeys into the field, experience the excitement of a mock trial and discover if law school is the right path for you.
Register to attend.
Onikah Asamoa-Caesar, owner and founder of Fulton St. Books, will share her story and discuss the importance of opening a book store in North Tulsa.
Hear from a panel of Black-identified artists and creatives who will share their experiences and what it means to them to create. Charcuterie will be served.