Tulsa Colleges and Universities

Tulsa, Oklahoma experienced its heyday as the "Oil Capital of the World," and remains an important locus for the oil industry. But the city has since diversified into aerospace, chemical, computer parts, and industrial machinery. Tulsa has made a name for itself as a haven for small high tech businesses. 80% of local companies employ fewer than ten people--good news for graduates of Tulsa colleges and universities. Tulsa's oil past and technology present ensures a steady supply of funding for the arts.

Tulsa supports its diverse economy with a range of colleges and universities. Private institutions such as the University of Tulsa and the evangelical-based Oral Roberts University may have the best name recognition. Tulsa's public colleges and universities are led by Rogers State University, and include several Oklahoma State University campuses and Tulsa Community College.

Tulsa Age Demographics



Cultural Diversity in Tulsa



Large Schools

Tulsa Community College

Small Schools

Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences
Oral Roberts University
Tulsa Technology Center-Peoria Campus
University of Tulsa
Tulsa Technology Center-Lemley Campus
Tulsa Technology Center-Riverside Campus
CC's Cosmetology College
Phillips Theological Seminary
Technical Institute of Cosmetology Arts and Sciences
Community Care College
Broken Arrow Beauty College-Tulsa
American Institute of Medical Technology
Clary Sage College
Spartan College of Aeronautics and Technology
Tulsa Welding School-Tulsa
Platt College-Tulsa
Career Point College
Vatterott College-Tulsa
ITT Technical Institute-Tulsa
Brown Mackie College-Tulsa
National American University-Tulsa
Oklahoma Technical College
Virginia College-Tulsa
Tulsa Welding School-Tulsa
Paul Mitchell The School Tulsa