The University of Tulsa is an NCAA Division I member for all sports and a member of the American Athletic Conference. TU moved into The American on July 1, 2014 after dominating Conference USA with more than double the number of league championships than any other conference school in nine years as a C-USA member.
Since the opening of the Donald W. Reynolds Center in 1998, Tulsa’s athletic facilities have undergone a major facelift. New facilities include the Michael D. Case Tennis Center, the Collins Family Softball Complex, the Hurricane Soccer and Track Stadium, the J. Bird Sr. Shell Nest, the Jack Zink Indoor Rowing Center, the Case Athletic Complex and major renovation to H.A. Chapman Stadium.
TU is 75th among national doctoral universities in U. S. News & World Report's 2012 edition of America's Best Colleges. TU's 2011 freshman class had a mean cumulative grade point average of 3.8, and 74 percent graduated in the top 10 percent of their high school classes. Their average ACT was 28.
Golden Hurricane Club Members Enjoy 5th Annual 110% Club Reception
The Golden Hurricane Club hosted the 5th annual 110% Club Member Appreciation Reception on Monday, December 16, 2013 at the Lorton Performance Center. The 110% Club Member Appreciation Reception recognizes the contributions of all Golden Hurricane Club members who increase their annual gift by at least 10 percent from the previous year or any new member who donates a minimum of $110. (more)
Tulsa Announces Athletic Hall of Fame Honorees For 2013
The 1991 Freedom Bowl Champion football team has been selected as this year's Honor Team in The University of Tulsa Athletic Hall of Fame, while baseball All-American Phil Honeycutt and soccer stars Huynh Bui and Amy Edwards are 2013 Hall of Fame inductees, it was announced today. (more)