NSU opened its third campus in 2001 in Broken Arrow, welcoming more than 1,050 students. In October 2004, as part of Tulsa County's Vision 2025 program, we began a $26 million expansion that was recently completed. We added nearly 200,000 square feet of science, library, and classroom facilities, offering updated, state-of-the-art facilities for each and every student.
We now serve more than 3,000 upper class and graduate students in Broken Arrow, with room to grow. Our Broken Arrow students are typically working adults in their late 20s and early 30s. There are bachelor's and master's degrees in 31 undergraduate and 17 graduate programs offered on this campus.
Our class schedules are designed to maximize a student's time on campus by offering the chance to attend one or two nights a week. We offer seminar and workshop courses on weekends, and students can also take courses online and via ITV technology.
NSU has developed a close working partnership with Tulsa Community College designed to support a seamless transfer from TCC to NSU, so students can complete their bachelor's degree at NSU. In fact, many TCC students actually take classes at the NSU-Broken Arrow campus, so the transfer to NSU for their junior year feels completely natural.
With a strong business base and a fast growing population that recently topped 97,000, Broken Arrow is now the fourth largest city in Oklahoma. NSU-Broken Arrow is ideally situated to serve the educational needs of this dynamic community.