OSU-Tulsa to host special Saturday Enrollment Day
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OSU-Tulsa will host a special Saturday Enrollment Day on Jan. 11 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. to enable current and prospective students to complete admissions, enroll in classes and verify financial aid.
In addition to the Saturday enrollment event, students may visit OSU-Tulsa advising and enrollment services during regular business hours. Spring classes begin Monday, Jan. 13.
Continuing students may enroll online through the Student Information System (SIS) after meeting with an advisor. The SIS System is available 24-hours on Monday; Tuesday through Friday 7 a.m. to midnight; Saturday 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.; and Sunday 7 a.m. to midnight.
For more information, contact Prospective Student Services at 918-594-8355 or firstname.lastname@example.org. For information on graduate programs, contact Graduate Student Services at 918-594-8445 or email@example.com.
OSU-Tulsa sets winter holiday hours
OSU-Tulsa, including academic advising, student services and the Bursar Office, will be closed for the winter holiday break Monday through New Year's Day. However, a few campus venues will be open to students, faculty and staff at select times. All campus offices will reopen on Jan. 2 and spring semester classes begin Monday, Jan. 13.
View a detailed list of winter holiday hours at the OSU-Tulsa website.
OSU Energy Education
The holiday break is a great time to conserve energy. Before you leave, please remember to:
- Turn off computers, monitors, speakers and printers.
- Unplug chargers, fans, coffee pots, candle warmers, radios and other items that are plugged into an outlet and can be unplugged without damage.
- Clean out small refrigerators and unplug. Keep door propped open.
- Close blinds and tilt slats upward.
- Turn off lights and unplug holiday lights.
Please note – temperatures may be cooler in some areas due to reduced run-times for HVAC.
OSU adds chief wellness officer, strives to be America’s Healthiest Campus
OSU recently named Suzy Harrington as the first chief wellness officer, an initiative of the "America's Healthiest Campus" efforts. She will oversee all health and wellness programs and services for all OSU campuses. View a video about Harrington at OState.TV to learn more about OSU’s first chief wellness officer.
Best Value for your Education
OSU in Tulsa students like Jason Hart know the value of earning an internationally recognized OSU degree. A degree from OSU is an investment in your future, enabling you to earn more money, advance in your career and achieve a better quality of life. Whatever your goal, OSU-Tulsa can help you get there from here.
View a video at the OSU-Tulsa website to learn how Hart’s life has changed since coming to campus and the opportunities his OSU degree has opened up.