Summer, fall enrollment begins
|Summer and fall class schedules are available for students to begin planning for upcoming semesters.
Students planning to take summer and fall classes at OSU-Tulsa can enroll beginning Monday, March 24. Enrolling as soon as possible helps to ensure students can get the classes they need and avoid late enrollment fees.
Priority and graduate students may enroll March 24, followed by seniors, juniors and transfer students. Enrollment dates are based on the total number of earned hours and can be viewed on the enrollment schedule webpage.
Undergraduate students must complete an Academic Plan form and meet with an advisor prior to enrolling. To schedule an advising appointment, call 918-594-8271 or 918-594-8355 or visit the Advising Center in North Hall 130. Graduate students may speak with a graduate coordinator by calling 918-594-8445 or visiting the Graduate Student Services Center in Main Hall 1101.
View summer and fall schedule information on the Student Self-Services website. Summer terms begin May 19, June 9 and July 7. Fall classes begin Aug. 18.
15th anniversary staff, faculty event rescheduled for Monday
A special reception for staff and faculty to celebrate OSU-Tulsa’s 15th anniversary has been rescheduled for Monday at 2:30 p.m. in the B.S. Roberts Room.
The event will commemorate 15 years of success for OSU-Tulsa. Since 1999, faculty and staff have helped thousands of students earn an internationally recognized OSU degree while remaining close to home, work and friends.
To attend the event, RSVP by 5 p.m. tomorrow to Annette Morey or call 918-594-8291. Light refreshments will be provided.
VANGUARD: It takes a village
|Sasha Watts, Amy Ellman, exercise specialist assistant, Emily McGinley and Whitney Moore walk through Centennial Green in downtown Tulsa for Cowboys Get Healthy, Get Fit.
While it may take a village to raise a child, Dr. Colony Fugate and Dr. Teri Bourdeau know it takes an even greater commitment to raise a healthy child. Fugate, a pediatrician at OSU-CHS and medical director of the OSU Family Health and Nutrition Clinic, believes it takes an entire community to address the many underlying issues that impact Oklahoma's obesity level.
Fugate and Bourdeau, a clinical psychologist at OSU-CHS, are using an evidence-based approach to combat childhood obesity through the Tulsa-based clinic. Working with Sara Malone, a licensed dietitian, and Kerry Morgan, the clinic's certified health education specialist and a clinical instructor in the School of Applied Health and Educational Psychology at OSU-Tulsa, the OSU team has developed a program to support children who are overweight or obese and their families.
They have also built community partnerships with other local and state organizations to extend the clinic's reach and developed new curricula to provide OSU students with the skills to address weight issues in Oklahoma's communities.
Read more about the efforts of the OSU Family Health and Nutrition Clinic from the 2014 issue of Vanguard on the OSU-CHS website.
Sign up to receive free health, fitness advice in FIT 101 program
|FIT 101 trainers will teach participants how to use equipment in the Wellness Center to maximize their fitness.
The Health Education and Promotion department will offer free health assessments and personal training sessions for participants in the FIT 101 program beginning
FIT 101 participants will meet with student trainers to develop a progressive fitness training program at 5:30 p.m. every Tuesday in April at the OSU-Tulsa Wellness Center. Each session will last approximately one hour and focus on a pre-determined fitness area.
Pre-exercise screenings begin March 25. Space is limited. Contact Dr. Amy Bowersock at 918-594-8426 for more information and participation forms.