Advising - College of Engineering & Natural Sciences


Online Access Request – Spring 2021

These are extraordinary times, but the University of Tulsa is committed to providing a safe learning environment for all students, faculty, and staff.

Prior to the start of the semester, students may choose to enroll in online or in-person classes. After the first day of classes, students may request temporary online completion of in-person classes due to pending COVID tests, current illness or various hardships. This assistance will not generally be granted retroactively, so please complete this form as soon as possible.

Please note, some coursework may not be able to be completed online.

Complete a request for online course access

Undergraduate Advising
The College of Engineering and Natural Sciences hosts an integrated advising program managed jointly by the student, the academic adviser and the faculty adviser. Each student works closely with their adviser to achieve personalized goals en route to graduation. The following individuals serve our engineering and natural sciences students as academic advisers and retention specialists.

Lindsey Schneider
Keplinger Hall 2400

Bonnie P. Dickson
Keplinger Hall 2400

Graduate Advising
Students pursuing graduate degrees in the College of Engineering and Natural Sciences receive advising from their department and through the TU Graduate School. We encourage students to contact the graduate advisers in their individual academic departments for more information.