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For those who choose to live in the high desert, Tulsa is home to some of the most technologically advanced universities in the nation. It’s a place where college is accessible and affordable for everyone. It’s also a place where the most advanced technology and research is centered and where the tech industry thrives.

Tulsa has more than its fair share of technology-centric universities. One of the best known is the University of Tulsa. Founded in 1901, the University of Tulsa (and its sister University of Oklahoma) is the only school in the nation that offers a four-year college program accredited by the National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC).

Although Tulsa isn’t the state’s only technology university, it has one of the most technologically advanced campuses in the nation. It’s a small campus, but that doesn’t mean it doesn’t have the same amount of cutting edge research and education. For example, the University of Oklahoma’s Department of Computer Science is probably one of the best in the country. For anyone who’s interested in networking, network security, and server farms, it should all be within their grasp.

We recently had the pleasure of speaking to some of the students at the TCCR about their experience at NACAC. One of the most interesting points made by the students was that, while they had no problem with the technology labs, they wanted to be able to interact with students from all over the United States who were attending classes at the Tulsa technology center.

Most people don’t realize that there is a difference between a “campus” and a “campus” campus. For people who are concerned about the number of students attending class on a school campus, this is a totally valid concern. That said, there is no such thing as a “campus” campus in the United States. In the United States, a school’s campus is a specific area of the school, usually in a suburban area.

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