Our engineering and science professors are world-class mentors, eager to share their industry insight and help students excel. Throughout each semester, students are encouraged to join their advisers and peers in groundbreaking research, serve the off-campus community and become well-rounded, sought-after employees.
From the classroom to a career
More than 90 percent of alumni from the College of Engineering and Natural Sciences obtain employment or begin graduate school within six months of graduation. Whether your goal is to work in cyber security at Google or serve as a plant pathologist at the United States Department of Agriculture, TU can make your dreams a reality.
I've tried to get involved in a lot of areas, realizing that school is extremely important but I can also learn and gain so many other tools from different organizations. Emma Hug, Mechanical Engineering
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Nationally recognized TU cyber programs expanding in 2020
TU is poised to launch a new wave of cyber opportunities that will benefit students, faculty, local educators, the city of Tulsa and the entire cybersecurity industry.
EWB sanitation project building a better world
Student Donny Gross has been involved in the Bolivia Sanitation Project for four years and has witnessed the life-changing work made possible by dedicated students. Gross says he’s never met a group of more compassionate, dedicated students who all care more about the well-being of those less fortunate than themselves.
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