Faculty Support Services provides support for all faculty teaching at OSU-Tulsa.
Support Services Available
Faculty Support Services assists commuting and adjunct faculty with their office space requests. Shared offices are available an hour before and after class. Requests should be emailed to Diane Elliott for North Hall office space or Linda Raska for Main Hall office space. Days and times should be specified in the request. If a request is made for a specific office, we will do our best to accommodate the request.
Messages and Mail
All faculty teaching at OSU-Tulsa have a mailbox available for their use. Announcements, student notes and other messages will also be placed in mailboxes.
Faculty who office or teach in Main Hall may access their mailbox in Main Hall 2403 (Monday-Thursday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.). Main Hall 2403 is equipped with a key box for entry after hours; the code will be furnished to faculty upon request.
Faculty who office or teach in North Hall can access their mailbox in North Hall 307 (Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.). North Hall 307 is equipped with a key box for entry after hours; the code will be furnished to faculty upon request.
Shuttle and Motor Pool Reservations
BOB, the Big Orange Bus, is the preferred method of transportation between Stillwater and Tulsa. Faculty should request their reservations as soon as possible or at least 24 hours in advance. If it becomes necessary to cancel a reservation, faculty are required to give 24 hours notice to avoid charges to their department.
An alternative method of transportation is a motor pool car. Motor pool cars are available to faculty whose teaching schedules conflict with the shuttle schedule. Faculty should request motor pool reservations as soon as possible, or at least 24 hours in advance. If it becomes necessary to cancel a motor pool reservation, faculty are encouraged to give 24 hours notice.
Photocopying services are available in Faculty Support Services. Materials should be emailed or dropped off as soon as possible or at least 24 hours before the class meets to ensure that the materials will be ready. If you are copying a book, please allow at least two weeks. A copy code is available if you prefer to make your own copies.
The campus Scantron machine is located in North Hall 384. The room is equipped with a key box for entry after hours; the code will be furnished to faculty upon request. Scantron test scoring key sheets and analysis forms are available in all campus Faculty Support Services offices.
Fax machines are located in the North Hall Faculty Support Services office (Fax: 918-594-8281); and in the Main Hall Faculty Support Services office (Fax: 918-594-8558). The fax machines are available for faculty use only.
Instructional materials, handouts, returned papers and other student materials may be left in one of the Faculty Support Services offices for students to pick up. Materials of this nature will remain in the office for one year.
Audio Visual Services
Each classroom is equipped with multimedia capabilities and is Internet ready. Information pamphlets are located in each classroom. Problems or questions should be directed to the Tulsa Help Desk at 918-594-8200.
Classrooms are locked when not in use. Faculty who need access to a locked classroom may contact Campus Police at 918-594-8123 for Main Hall classrooms; or the Tulsa Help Desk at 918-594-8200 for North Hall classrooms.
The Learning Services Center offers testing services for faculty and students. Faculty may make arrangements to have make-up exams proctored by completing an Exam Proctoring Instructions form available at http://www.osu-tulsa.okstate.edu/lsc/faculty.asp. Questions should be directed to Kim McCrackin at 918-594-8231.
Web for Faculty
Web for Faculty provides downloadable class rolls and is the only method of recording final grades. Faculty who do not already have a PIN number are asked to complete and submit a SIS Faculty and Advisors Self-Service Request for PIN and Access form available at http://sis.okstate.edu.