Enroll soon for summer and fall semesters to get best course selection
Get a jump on enrollment for the summer and fall semesters so you get the classes you need at OSU-Tulsa. Priority and graduate student enrollment begins March 27.
Undergraduate enrollment begins on March 28 and continues through the next weeks depending on earned credit hours. View the enrollment schedule on the OSU-Tulsa website. Summer sessions begin May 22, June 12 and July 10 and the fall semester begins Aug. 21.
Before enrolling, undergraduate students must complete an Academic Plan form and meet with an adviser. To schedule an appointment, call 918-594-8271 or visit Advisement Services in North Hall 130. Read more.
CIRCA to offer workshop on writing research proposals
The Center for Integrative Research on Childhood Adversity (CIRCA) will host a workshop on Tuesday, March 28 from 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. in North Hall 140 about writing effective research proposals.
Dr. Jeffrey T. Parsons, Distinguished Professor of Psychology and director of the Center for HIV/AIDS Educational Studies and Training at Hunter College in New York City, will present ‘Funding: Where’s the Money?’ He will outline where to look for funding and provide tips on writing successful proposals.
Parsons is the recipient of numerous grants and was recently awarded $15. 7 million from the National Institute of Child and Human Development. The workshop is free and will include a light breakfast and lunch. No registration is required.
Deadline for OSU-Tulsa photo contest approaching
There is still time to show off your photos representing OSU spirit and student life by entering the OSU-Tulsa Spring Photo Contest. The submission deadline is March 24.
All OSU-Tulsa students are welcome to participate. Photos must be related to OSU-Tulsa in some way – such as campus events, people, places and programs. To learn more about the competition or to submit a photo, visit the contest website.
Library offers study room reservations online
Students, faculty and staff may book group study rooms through an online reservation system beginning Monday. To view availability or reserve a time, visit the OSU-Tulsa Library website.
Experience Expo provides information about OSU’s entrepreneurial resources
If you have a business idea that you would like to turn into reality, check out the array of entreprenueurship resources available at OSU during Experience Expo on April 19 at OSU Riata Center in Stillwater.
The event will provide specific information from the Spears Business School to the School of Human Sciences about opportunities available to get your project going.
The OSU Riata Center offers programs to help students with startups. For more information about the event, email email@example.com or call 405-744-7552.