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2 College Junior

Weather: I am from Colorado so living in Oklahoma is very different. The humidity in the early fall in miserable, and the bitterly cold, icy winters are hard, even from an on-campus student. The only season I enjoyed was the last six weeks or so before the end of the school year when the weather was pleasant and mild. The rain is normal, but the campus has leaks and flooding everywhere when there is a mild rainstorm. The ice practically shuts down the campus. Very little ice melt is put anywhere, and very few walkways are cleared from the ice and snow. Going to class in the winter is a life or death situation almost everyday!

2 College Sophomore

Weather: very windy. Very cold. Very hot.

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3 College Sophomore

Weather: the weather is extreme conditions. it rains a lot very heavy. Its snows heavy. It's also extremely hot.

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2 College Sophomore

Weather: TOO hot in the summer! And there's tornadoes! And it's humid and muggy a lot in the summer too. Winter isn't bad - sometimes there's even snow days!

3 College Freshman

Weather: It is unpredictable. The weather is always constantly changing.


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Before you pack your things and come to ORU, you need to make sure you have a very versatile wardrobe! The weather here is very unpredictable—it can be very nice one day, and the next could be very uncomfortably hot or cold.

Tulsa is also located in “Tornado Alley,” so that’s something to keep in mind. Each building on campus has an evacuation plan, as well as a storm shelter, in case of extreme weather. The city of Tulsa also has an emergency warning system that warns residents of imminent tornadoes, as well as flooding, which has been known to happen here, also.

Facts & Statistics

Temperature Averages
Spring - High: 71 °F
Spring - Low: 50 °F
Summer - High: 92 °F
Summer - Low: 71 °F
Fall - High: 73 °F
Fall - Low: 51 °F
Winter - High: 50 °F
Winter - Low: 29 °F
Precipitation Averages
Spring: 4.54 in./month
Summer: 3.51 in./month
Fall: 4.10 in./month
Winter: 1.99 in./month
What to Pack
  • Heavy winter coat
  • Rain coat
  • Snow shoes or boots
  • Umbrella
  • Well-ventilated collared shirts for guys because the dress code requires collars, and it can get really hot!


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