The Office of Alumni Relations is located in Collins Hall, which is on 8th Street between the former South College Avenue and South Evanston Avenue.
Alumni visitors to Collins Hall may contact the Office of Alumni Relations on the first floor of the building in the Thelma Ruth Shaw Alumni Center. The TU Heritage Collection is displayed in the Jill Zink Tarbel Heritage Room, formerly Shaw Alumni Center. The collection is available for viewing when it is not occupied with meetings or events. The Virginia C. and Charles L. Scott Hall of Honor displays bronze plaques with all past Distinguished Alumni of The University of Tulsa.
In addition to Alumni Relations, Collins Hall consolidates into one location key TU student services, including admission and financial aid. The facility also houses administrative offices for key university administrators.
The two-story, 39,000-square-foot building was dedicated on August 23, 2007. Collins Hall was named for its lead donors, the late Fulton Collins, former chairman of the TU Board of Trustees and his wife, Susie, who is a TU trustee. It sits in the heart of Tucker Drive facing the Genave King Rogers Fountain.
“For generations to come, this building will serve as the gateway to the TU experience,” stated TU President Steadman Upham at the dedication of Collins Hall. “It will welcome prospective students, provide resources for students and all members of the campus community, and connect our proud alumni.”
Collins Hall is open 8:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday, except University holidays. Visitor parking is available in the Westby Lot, located north of Collins Hall.