In 1965 Tulsa Tech was founded as a public independent school district. It originally had one campus but has since expanded to six campuses located across the Tulsa metro. Tuition is free for all high school students and also offers low-cost tuition for adults. An array of programs are available which includes: health sciences, aerospace, pre-engineering, automotive/alternative fuels, and information technology. Part time courses are also offered to allow for flexibility with students’ schedules.
Tulsa Community College
Tulsa Community College consistently ranks among the best in the nation for producing community college associates degree holders. Its four campuses across the Tulsa metro provide access to quality, affordable education while serving 23,000 students annually.
University of Tulsa
Located just east of downtown Tulsa, the University of Tulsa is a division I private institution that has been providing quality education since 1894. It has an enrollment of 4,380 students and offers a wide variety of courses.
Located downtown, OSU Tulsa is part of the OSU educational system. Degree programs offered are bachelors, masters, doctoral, and graduate certificate. OSU Tulsa is research focused and is home to the Helmerich Research Center, a facility for materials science and engineering research, and the OSU Center for Family Resilience, which focuses on family research.
Located near Tulsa’s Midtown, OU Tulsa has offered higher education courses since 1957. Courses include, but are not limited to: architecture, engineering, education, nursing, public health, as well as medicine and physician assistant through the OU-TU School of Community Medicine.
Oral Roberts University
ORU was founded in 1962 by the evangelist of the same name. As a liberal arts university it offers programs like biology, engineering, computer science, nursing, criminal justice, theology, ministry and more. The campus is home to more than 4,000 students from all over the world. It is located in South Tulsa across from the Cityplex towers.