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Institution Name The University of Tulsa
Location Tulsa, Oklahoma  (pop. 550,000)
Founded 1894
Institution Type Private, doctoral degree granting, accredited, coeducational
Affiliation Nondenominational; founded by the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) in 1894
Enrollment 4,165 (2,987 undergraduate, 1,178 graduate and law)
Programs 59 undergraduate, 33 graduate, 9 doctoral
Average class size 19
Student/faculty ratio 11 to 1
Full-time faculty 306
Endowed chairs
and/or professorships
42
Average ACT score 27 (2007 freshman class)
Average SAT score 1270 (2007 freshman class)
Top ten percent
of high school class
64 percent (2007 freshman class)
National Merit Finalists 1 in 10 of all undergraduates, including freshman, is a National Merit Finalist
TU Presidential Scholars 271
Undergraduate
Male/Female Ratio
54 (m) to 46 (f)
Students from multicultural/international backgrounds Multicultural - 15 percent
International - 13 percent
Percentage receiving some
type of financial aid
90 percent (2006 freshman class)
Competitive Scholarships Since 1995, TU students have received:
- 42 Goldwater Scholarships
- 27 National Science Foundation Graduate Fellowships
- 7 Department of Defense Fellowships
- 8 Truman Scholarships
- 6 Fulbright Grants
- 5 Morris K. Udall Scholarships
- 6 Phi Kappa Phi Graduate Fellowship
- 4 British Marshall Scholarships
Athletics Division I - 18 men's and women's teams
Conference Conference USA
Nickname Golden Hurricane
Colors Old Gold, Royal Blue, Crimson

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