Tiako University

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Our mission is to improve the education, in strong demand fields, of the people and communities we serve. To know more about us click  here.

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Administation

Mon-Thu: 9am to 8pm

Fri-Sat: 9am to 5pm

Academic

Mon-Fri: 8am to 10pm

Sat - Sun: 9am to 5pm

Research

Mon-Fri: 8am to 10pm

Sat - Sun: 9am to 5pm

Campuses

Main Campus- Downtown

Tiako University

1911 Linwood Blvd

Oklahoma City, OK 73106

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West NorthWest Campus

Tiako University

5912 NW 16th St

Oklahoma City, OK 73127

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This Statement on Academic Freedom at Tiako University is based on the 1940 Statement of Principles on Academic Freedom and Tenure of the American Association of University Professors. An atmosphere of academic freedom helps assure that Tiako University is a place where ideas can be freely explored and expressed without fear of interference or limitation. Students, learners, faculty, administrators, and staff of the University are free to examine issues, draw conclusions and express ideas both inside and outside the classroom. As part of the academic freedom is the responsibility to select words carefully and to not act so as to intentionally injure or demean the Universityor another member of the community.

  • Students and Learners are entitled to freedom in the classroom in discussing course material, but they should refrain from discussing controversial matter which has no relation to the subject.
  • Faculty members are entitled to freedom in the classroom in discussing their subject, but they should be careful not to introduce into their teaching controversial matter which has no relation to their subject.
  • Administrator and Staff members are entitled to freedom in expressing their opinions, but should refrain from discussing controversial matter which has no relation to the business of the institution.

All members of the University are a part of the larger society. When they speak or write as public citizens, they are entitled to express their opinions without fear of institutional censure or discipline, but their statements must be clearly identified as their own and specify that they are not speaking as representatives of the University.