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A dynamic and diverse city with a rich and complex history, Tulsa offers an abundance of opportunities for NYU students and faculty alike, whether as a destination for a study away semester, a summer internship, a short-term program, or research and creative work.

Made possible by a collaboration with George Kaiser Family Foundation (GKFF), initial programs at NYU Tulsa are planned to include:

  • Undergraduate Fall, Spring, and Summer study away (launching Spring 2025)
  • Short-term undergraduate and graduate-level courses for NYU students
  • Faculty and graduate student research programs
  • Alternative Breaks (launching Spring 2024)
  • Student internships (launching Summer 2024)
  • Student exchanges with local institutions
  • Scholarship and creative events with local institutions
  • Research and educational partnerships with local institutions

Please explore our pages and look out for additional information as NYU Tulsa's programs are further developed and launched.

About Tulsa

As the great Oklahoma historian Angie Debo wrote in her 1943 book Tulsa: From Creek Town to Oil Capital, “Tulsa is the most American of American cities. All the forces that have gone into the making of the Republic have been intensified there.”
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Undergraduate Opportunities

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