Oklahoma State University–Tulsa
|University Center at Tulsa|
|President||Howard Barnett, Jr.|
Oklahoma State University–Tulsa, located in Tulsa, Oklahoma, United States, is the newest institution of the Oklahoma State University System. It was previously the University Center at Tulsa until it became OSU-Tulsa on January 1, 1999. OSU-Tulsa is unique in the fact that it is not recognized as its own entity, but rather an extension of the main Oklahoma State University campus in Stillwater, Oklahoma. OSU-Tulsa works in conjunction with the main OSU campus and Tulsa Community College to provide Freshman and Sophomore level courses, enabling students to complete a four-year undergraduate course of study. Howard Barnett, Jr. has served as President of OSU-Tulsa since 2009.
The Tulsa campus focuses on junior, senior and graduate level education, providing opportunities for individuals to complete bachelors, masters and doctoral degrees.
The campus is spread over 200 acres (0.81 km2), just north of downtown Tulsa, in the historic Greenwood neighborhood. Tulsa facilities include traditional classrooms, distance-learning classrooms, computer labs, and a convention area.
The Helmerich Advanced Technology Research Center (HATRC) is a recent campus addition. This 125,000-square-foot (11,600 m2) engineering building is home to OSU's School of Materials Science and Engineering and has specialized labs for developing advanced materials targeted to local aerospace, biotechnology, and telecommunications, and manufacturing industries.
- OSU-Tulsa home page
- OSU School of Materials Science and Engineering home page
- Oklahoma State University System home page
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