University of Tulsa, named after the city where the campus is located (Oklahoma) is one of the most famous and prestigious American universities. The university is one of the private, non-profit educational institutions.
The University of Tulsa was founded as early as 1894 as the Presbyterian School for Girls, but very soon was renamed the Henry Kendall College. The college in 1907 was moved to Tulsa, to the site of the current campus (just two months later Oklahoma was recognized as a separate state), and in 1920 it merged with the young McFarlin College and the University of Tulsa was formed.
Today the structure of the university is represented by the following departments: