800 South Tucker Drive, Tulsa, OK 74104
University of Tulsa is a private, Christian university located in Tulsa, OK. It is a notable institution, ranking one hundred and fifth in the United States, but admission is not extremely selective, with an acceptance rate of 41% acceptance rate. It has a small student body with 3,042 full-time undergrads enrolled. 12% of Tulsa's graduates procure a Bachelor's in Mining and Petroleum Engineering. Other desired options include Finance, Accounting, and Chemical Engineering, but there are 60 different majors to select from. It ranks first in Oklahoma for its accounting, nursing, psychology and administrative and clerical programs. Additionally, University of Tulsa ranks 1st in OK for top colleges for international students and top colleges for veterans. For applicants located in Oklahoma, tuition costs $39,433; out-of-state students, however, have to cough up $43,584. Before you rule out applying due to the price, you should know that nearly each Tulsa undergrad, the vast majority of Tulsa undergrads acquires some grant or scholarship funding. 75% of University of Tulsa students hang in there to graduation day, geared up to begin the next period in their lives: professional life. Two years after commencement, alumni make an average annual wage of $39,800. After four additional years in the labor force, their median salary climbs 21.9% to $48,500, which is 20.9% beyond the national median wage for individuals. Applying students may like to be conscious of the fact that the majority of accepted students tested between 1180 and 1410 on the SAT. In addition, it does not have a remote program. Regarding your bank account, be aware that 19% of students obtain state grant aid and for households earning over $110k, the average cost of tuition is $29,431 annually. In terms of demographics, 2% of professors are Black and the faculty is comprised of 1% mixed-race professors. Respecting the campus experience, Tulsa offers 10 women's varsity sports, including Tennis, Track and Field: Indoor, and Soccer. Lastly, 1/4 of graduates receive a minimum starting salary of $63,900 and the average Tulsa student graduates with $16,368 per year of debt.
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