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Old 12-12-2016, 11:28 AM
 
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Greetings! I'm a city girl considering moving to the small city to attend a bible college. Any suggestions on where I should look for an apartment? Has anybody attended Rhema and how was the experience? I'm looking for a high rise to move into. Also, how diverse is Broken Arrow and Tulsa?
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Old 12-12-2016, 12:27 PM
 
Location: NE, Oklahoma
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I can't speak much about Rhema, except that I know where it is. There are no high rises in BA, only downtown Tulsa really. That's quite a commute to school. BA is a great town, my inlaws live there. I'd say Tulsa is fairly diverse, but I think that also depends on where you're comparing it to. Broken Arrow, not so much. Its a white, upper-middle class suburb.
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Old 12-12-2016, 12:57 PM
 
Location: Jenks, Ok
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Greetings! I'm a city girl considering moving to the small city to attend a bible college. Any suggestions on where I should look for an apartment? Has anybody attended Rhema and how was the experience? I'm looking for a high rise to move into. Also, how diverse is Broken Arrow and Tulsa?

To my knowledge Broken Arrow doesn’t have any high rise apartment buildings. Those are all in Tulsa scattered around in Downtown, Uptown and a couple of very expensive ones in Midtown by Utica Square. Nothing close to Rhema. The more affordable high rises are the ones in the southern part of Downtown and in Uptown, which is directly south of Downtown.

Tulsa is pretty diverse, but is still about 60% white. Tulsa is unique with the one of the largest minority groups being Native Americans. About 10% of the population is Native. Tulsa is also about 10% black and 10-15% Hispanic with a few percent being Asian. Mostly Vietnamese, Hmong, Korean and Chinese and most recently Burmese. There are also small groups of Indians from south Asia and people from the Middle East, mostly Lebanese and Iranian. Broken Arrow is going to be very white.
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Old 12-13-2016, 03:54 PM
 
Location: Oklahoma
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Has anybody attended Rhema and how was the experience?
I had a co worker who's husband attended Rhema and he seemed to like it there.
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