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OSU-Tulsa News

Thursday, March 20, 2014

OSU-Tulsa hosts special Transfer Day for new students

Recruiter Rashell Attebury-Leslie meets with OSU-Tulsa student Chester Levine.
Recruiter Rashell Attebury-Leslie meets with OSU-Tulsa student Chester Levine.

OSU-Tulsa will host Transfer Day on Thursday, April 10 and Tuesday, April 22 to offer new students the opportunity to complete admission and enroll for summer and fall courses.

Students can discuss degree requirements with academic advisors and meet with financial aid counselors to learn about scholarships, grants and loan options to help pay for college. Information about OSU-Tulsa’s degree programs will be available.

Check in, located in the Administration Hall Lobby, is open from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. and 2-6 p.m. No appointments are necessary, but students can pre-register at the OSU-Tulsa website. For more information, contact Prospective Student Services at 918-594-8355.

Next Steps workshop introduces graduate degree benefits

Aaron T. Christensen, graduate student services manager, discusses research opportunities during the fall graduate programs workshop.
Aaron T. Christensen, graduate student services manager, discusses research opportunities during the fall graduate programs workshop.

Discover the benefits of earning an Oklahoma State University graduate degree at OSU-Tulsa by attending the Next Steps workshop on Tuesday, April 1 at 5:30 p.m. in North Hall 150.

The workshop provides an overview of OSU-Tulsa’s master’s, doctoral and certificate programs. Graduate student services staff will explain how to apply for graduate school, including timelines, transcript requirements, application fees, letters of recommendation and goal statements.

Participants will receive tips to prepare for entrance exams and learn about scholarships, grants, teaching assistantships, loans and other financial aid available for graduate students. OSU-Tulsa Career Services will also discuss employment opportunities and other assistance available for applicants, students and graduates.

To learn more about OSU-Tulsa’s graduate degrees, contact the Graduate Student Services Center at 918-594-8445, osutgssc@okstate.edu or visit the center’s website.

Re-energize at the Spring Staff Conference

OSU in Tulsa staff and faculty can get re-energized at the Spring Staff Conference, “Put on Your Oxygen Mask First,” on March 26-27 from 11 a.m. – 5 p.m. at the Helmerich Research Center.

The conference will kick off with a special welcome from OSU's First Cowgirl Ann Hargis on Wednesday. The keynote presentation on Wednesday and Thursday will feature Tracy Freudenthaler, OSU-Tulsa health and human performance instructor, discussing ways to revitalize your health and wellness. Additional workshop topics include the seven habits of highly effective people, dealing with conflict, stress management and self-defense.

Lunch will be provided for registered participants. For the complete conference schedule and to register, visit the Spring Staff Conference webpage.

Ideas Matter

Ideas Matter

OSU in Tulsa provides a richness of ideas that enable our students to reach their goals and contribute to our state’s economy. OSU-Tulsa’s internationally recognized faculty provide practical real-world experience and research opportunities to add value to your education. Whether your goal is increased earning power, more opportunities or a better quality of life, OSU-Tulsa can help you get there from here.

Summer and fall enrollment begins Monday. Check out OSU-Tulsa's class schedules for more information.

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