Six university apartment villages are located on the TU campus within walking distance of the College of Law. Visit the University Apartments page for more information.
The University of Tulsa offers on-campus accessible apartment accommodations for students with physical challenges. Students who are interested in an accessible on-campus apartment should contact Mark Bernhardt, Associate Director of Housing, as soon as they are accepted and/or enrolled at TU College of Law. All apartments that are currently accessible for students with physical challenges will be reserved for students with physical needs until mid-July before the commencement of the semester in mid-August. If a student with special physical needs is admitted or enrolls after the deadline has past, accommodations may be made to a non-accessible apartment should one be available.
A number of on-campus dining options are available at the Allen Chapman Student Union, immediately south of the College of Law.
- Einstein Brothers Bagel Company
- Pizza Hut
- Baja Jacks
- Tossed (salad bar)
- Sushi Blue
- Star Ginger Asian Grill & Noodle Bar
- Benvenuto Cuccina Italiana
- C-Store (convenience store)
- H2H – Hurricane Hut Sports Bar & Grill
Registration for on-campus parking may be done online or in person at the Parking and Card Services Office in Fisher Hall.
Lots designated as ADA Accessible are available throughout the TU campus. The spaces are located at or near every building on campus, including the College of Law, and vary in quantity depending upon the lot. If you are planning a visit to The University of Tulsa College of Law, please know that the nearest ADA parking to the College of Law is located on the west side of the building. The University of Tulsa provides spaces throughout the campus for the parking needs of persons with disabilities. For visitors, the University honors any government-issued disability permit or license plate that is visibly displayed on a vehicle. Students and employees with physical restrictions may use these spaces when displaying their state issued disability permit or license plate; however, it is still necessary to register your vehicle by purchasing a permit in order to park on University property.
To be assured of a space in their preferred parking lot, students and employees with physical restrictions should purchase a regular permit for the lot of choice. Your current approved state ADA permit along with a current TU parking permit will allow you to park in any ADA space on campus. (A shuttle permit is available for $25.) If no ADA space is available near the College of Law, you can go to an ADA space in another lot or any space in a shuttle lot. Students may not park in a regular space unless your permit is for that lot. For assistance in obtaining a temporary disabled parking permit, contact the Parking and Card Services at 918-631-3360.