| Total Grad Surveys || 4 |
| Females || 2 |
| Males || 2 |
| Avg years at University || 1.8 |
| Don't go to TU. It Sucks. Full of rednecks and bible bashers. It is so full of sh*t. |
| Mar 14 2011 || Unknown |
IF YOUR IQ IS ABOVE 120 AND YOU ARE A SOCIAL PERSON, THE UNIVERSITY OF TULSA IS A VERY WRONG PLACE TO BE IN.|
From social view point, the University of Tulsa is a Zoo... International students are a bunch of social animals. The boys are selfish and arrogant. The girls are just looking for a US citizen to get a relationship and get their immigration papers done. If you have money and you are a male US citizen, they will line up to have relationship with you before you can say "prostitute".
The campus is full of uneducated bible-bashers who think they are UBERMENSCHEN just because they believe in bible. Their only concern is to hunt other students and brainwash them into believing in their shit... People with Associate degree's, high-school diploma or lower who try to teach BS, MS, PhD and PostDocs how to think. They are nice on the surface, but avoid them if you decide to come here...
In my field, the academic experience is OK. Academically, TU has got a very good reputation. I am happy with the quality of education....
But over all, 2 thumbs down...
| Jul 10 2010 || Unknown |
| Candace Silter in the Business Office is the epitome of a volatile beast lacking all semblance of emotional control. No consideration for students, little to no tact, and interpersonally dysfunctional. She belongs in a mine somewhere deep below ground. |
| Dec 09 2009 || Psychology |
Any University professor MUST focus on what a student learns. But, every professor in the Mechanical Engineering Department just wants to guard his/her job by butt-kissing each other!!|
And what they do, is just pick a bunch of students every semester, let them be dull heads, or any tom, dick and harry! (They don't seem to care!! Wow!) ...fund them and do some kind of stupid research work which will take you nowhere!
Honestly, there is no professor in the department who can be called 'sensible'!! I am sure they might be, but how does that matter when they cannot express themselves properly! It has to be so hard to teach simple concepts, is it??!!!
Believe me guys, I am not the only person with this opinion..I have spoken to many PhD students, Undergrad Students (Graduate Students can take a couple of Undergrad courses), and all they have to say is 'I feel sleepy in the classroom!!'
And guess what the graduated students are doing? Just earning what a call center representative in Nokia earns!! HA HA!!
Don't trust me?? Find out for yourself!
I believe, if not everybody, there are some people still out there, who will definitely give it a second thought before joining this school, after reading this review!
At the end of the day, it is the knowledge that matters more than the money we pay. So, bottom-line, think twice before you start spending your parents' hard-earned money and fulfilling their dreams of making us a successful person in the world....
| Feb 23 2009 || Unknown |
I am a graduate student at TU and I absolutely love it. |
When I came here for interviews, I was so impressed by the welcoming atmosphere of the current students and especially the faculty. I came from a very large school (approx. 35000 students) and I really appreciate the more intimate atmosphere of this smaller private institution. The campus is beautiful, and the quality of research in my department is outstanding. I know that TU will be a great place for the start of my career.
I should stipulate that my experience is likely very different from that of an undergraduate. I chose to come here based on my specific major, for which the university has a strong reputation. I also have full tuition remission and a stipend to live off of, saving me a GREAT deal of money.
All in all, the decision was easy for me. TU is wonderful.
| Aug 23 2008 || Psychology |
| Really, a hidden gem in American higher education. The school is D-1A, but the student body is just the right size (just below 5K) and fairly diverse, especially in international students enrolled. The campus is beautiful and unique--really a great place to study. The students are friendly and down-to-earth. Even though the school sits on the buckle of the Blble Belt, everyone is actually open and endearing whether you are religious or not. The school is steadily climbing up in the rankings, so be sure to get in before it becomes too difficult to do so! |
| May 10 2005 || Computer Science |