Small class sizes, faculty interaction hallmarks of TU’s nursing program

Oklahoma City native and third year nursing student Suzanne Reed came to The University of Tulsa from a small high school. She liked the smaller class sizes because “They give you a great opportunity to get to know professors and classmates really well. I always feel comfortable going to my teachers, and they’re easy to contact.”

Reed says the Oxley College of Health Sciences’ new downtown facility features a clinical simulation center that provides students good preparation for clinicals and real-life situations. “It’s different from being in the classroom because you put everything into practice,” Reed said. “If you’re considering a career in health sciences, come visit our facilities and get a tour. It’s been a great opportunity for me.”

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