The University of Tulsa is a private, 4-year school located in Tulsa, OK. The University was expanded from the Presbyterian School for Girls in 1894 in Muskogee, Indian Territory and renamed in honor of Reverend Henry Kendall, secretary of Presbyterian Board of Home Missions. In 1907, the school relocated to Tulsa – two months before Oklahoma joined the Union. In 1920, the school expanded with a proposed Methodist college and was renamed the University of Tulsa. The 200 acre campus features traditional English Gothic architecture and multiple quads and open areas including Dietler Commons. Notable alumni include radio personality Paul Harvey, Walmart CEO Doug McMillon and former Congressman and NFL player Steve Largent.