Located in northeastern Oklahoma, Tulsa has been recognized as one of America’s most livable cities. Tulsa has a low cost of living and many recreational and entertainment venues, including a plethora of museums and the BOK Center.
Tulsa County has a population of 613,000, and creates a perfect balance of urban conveniences and local flair. The area has a rich history rooted in the oil industry, and most recently been praised for its support and growth of entrepreneurs.
TCC serves a four-county radius that includes Tulsa, Wagoner, Rogers, and Osage counties. The Greater Tulsa Metropolitan Statistical Area includes some of Oklahoma’s fastest growing cities, such as Owasso and Broken Arrow.
Often referred to as “Green Country,” Tulsa MSA is densely populated with trees. The landscape is a reflection of the people who live here and their commitment to preserve this native land.
Many large employers are in Tulsa, including Saint Francis Health System, American Airlines, St. John Medical Center, Williams Companies, ONEOK and Mazzio’s. The area also has several entertainment hotspots on tribal property, such as River Spirit Casino and Cherokee Hard Rock Hotel and Casino.
A diverse array of public and private schools give families choices when deciding on both common and secondary education.
The Tulsa area has a variety of options for the arts and culture enthusiast. The Woody Guthrie Center, Gilcrease Museum, Guthrie Green, Philbrook Museum of Art, 108 Contemporary, Living Arts of Tulsa and many others offer a variety of experiences.