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

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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