TULSA - There is some encouraging information for students attending the University of Tulsa.
PayScale , which tracks global compensation data, reports TU alumni have the highest earning potential among Oklahoma colleges.
They are also some of the top-paid graduates.
Those leaving the university with a bachelor's degree earn a starting median salary of more than $49,000.
By mid-career they're earning more than $90,000.
According to a report in U.S. News and World Report, TU is a "Top 100" national research school and a "Top 100" law school.
It's also among the nation's top 50 private universities.
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