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The Black Family’s Guide to College Admissions

The Office for DEI, in partnership with Fulton St. Books presents The Black Family’s Guide to College Admissions: A conversation about education, parenting, and race. Join us for light refreshments and dialogue as we discuss school selection and survival in an age of cross-racial conflict.

Book synopsis: Finding the right college is a challenge for all students, but Black families face additional challenges and questions when navigating the admissions process. Veteran admissions experts Timothy L. Fields and Shereem Herndon-Brown demystify this complexity by advising families on when to begin the process, where to apply, and how to be competitive applicants.

Fields and Herndon-Brown address specific concerns that are not often addressed by school counselors or other resources. They highlight how recent social justice movements and legal cases have amplified the necessity of considering both Historically Black Colleges and Universities and predominantly white institutions while covering everything from athletic recruitment and artistic talents to financial aid and step-by-step instructions for how to search for colleges and then apply to them.

Mock Quinceañera

TU students join the Latin American Student Association as we celebrate a traditional 15th birthday celebration common in Latin American cultures. This event focuses on the importance of family and society as the quinceañera celebrates her transition from childhood to adulthood. Come out to enjoy free food, music by DJ Mario, a photo booth, and more!!!

SASA Formal

TU students are invited to join the South Asian Student Association as they host a formal, as a General Body Meeting. The dress code for males is a suit and tie, dress code for females is a formal dress (preferably long). There will be snacks, desserts, and dancing!

Grand Opening Event: Chevron Multicultural Center

Join the Office for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion as we open the new Chevron Multicultural Center! This space is dedicated to foster belonging and inclusion for our Multicultural Student Organizations, as well as the entire campus community – faculty, staff, and students! There will be food, music, zero-alcoholic drinks, games and door prizes! See you there!

After Sherman showing with guest discussant Akua Page

TU community join the Office for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion for the showing of After Sherman with guest speaker Akua Page. Explore South Carolina’s Black inheritance and trauma focusing on the resilience of the Gullah Geechee culture.

Energy on Tribal Lands – A Sustainable Energy and Resources Law Conversation

You’re invited to an enlightening event on Energy on Tribal Lands. Join TU’s College of Law to hear from Professor and Sustainable Energy and Resources Law (SERL) Director Warigia Bowman, guest speakers Tahlina Nofire (Cherokee Nation) and Travis Hallam (Mandan, Hidatsa and Arikara Nation), and moderator Professor Marc Roark for a compelling conversation.

After the event, you’ll have the opportunity to network and mingle with like-minded individuals during the reception in the Pit.

Don’t miss out on this unique opportunity. RSVP to Natasha Odom at natasha-odom@utulsa.edu by April 5 to secure your spot.


Killers of the Flower Moon Screening

Join the Undergraduate Native American Student Association for a viewing of the Killers of the Flower Moon in the Alcove room on the second floor. All are welcome. There will be snacks provided.

Free Veggie Lunch

TU community join the Little Blue House for a FREE vegetarian lunch every Wednesday at noon!

Free Veggie Lunch

TU community join the Little Blue House for a FREE vegetarian lunch every Wednesday at noon!