The Oxley College of Health Sciences is housed at 1215 S. Boulder Avenue in downtown Tulsa. The building was constructed in 1954 for Blue Cross Blue Shield of Oklahoma and was later expanded in 1969. Kinslow, Keith and Todd redesigned the building for The University of Tulsa in the summer of 2015. Floors 1-5 underwent a complete remodel by Flintco in the fall of 2015, 52,000 square feet. The remodeled facilities allowed expansion of TU’s health sciences programs from 310 to more than 600 students.
- Hurricane Health Clinic comprises an integrated set of programs to treat the whole person that includes primary care, neuroscience research, wellness, athletic training, clinical psychology, rehabilitation, Exercise is Medicine, mental health, speech pathology, feeding and legal services. This cutting-edge clinic model is staffed by faculty and students from TU nursing, athletic training, exercise and sports sciences, speech pathology and law programs.
- State-of-the-art classrooms, student study lounge, and faculty offices.
- Nursing clinical skills lab, Simulation Center, Human Physiology Research Laboratory and computer-testing facilities
- Human Performance Teaching Laboratory, Athletic Training Teaching Laboratory, offices and state-of-the-art classrooms
- Faculty and staff offices
- Offices for the Oxley College of Health Sciences Deans
- Home of the Tulsa Chapter of the Albert Schweitzer Fellowship
- The University of Tulsa Institute for Health Care Delivery Sciences
- Offices for Laureate Institute for Brain Research
The Mary K. Chapman Center for Communicative Disorders is a clinical learning facility of the Speech-Language Pathology program located on TU’s main campus and provides classrooms, observation and practicum facilities. The building contains three classrooms, a seminar room, 16 clinic rooms, eight observation rooms, a children’s group therapy room, a playroom, two large audiometric suites, a speech science and voice lab, an assistive technologies lab and faculty offices.
The department has the latest equipment and instrumentation available for use in research, diagnostic and therapy activities, including the Kay Pentax Digital Swallowing Workstation with Videoendoscopy and Stroboscopy, Computerized Speech Lab, Nasometry and Visipitch.