Child Development Center

The Child Development Center provides a learning environment for all young children. We create an atmosphere that promotes growth and development through exploration, play, and discovery. We accept children six weeks through four years of age. The Child Development Center also provides a summer camp program for children who have completed pre-kindergarten through seven years of age.  

Waiting list application

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Tuition

Fees

Fees are based on full-time enrollment and are subject to change. A $100 fee is due upon enrollment.

  • Infants $785 per month
  • Older Infants and younger Toddlers $730 per month
  • Toddlers $700 per month
  • Two-year-olds $645 per month
  • Preschool $605 per month
  • Discovery Camp $570 per month (May-August)

We accept DHS, Creek and Cherokee Subsidy

Days and Hours of Operation

The CDC is open year-round from 7:15 am -5:45 pm Monday through Friday, except for the following days:

2016-2017 School Year

September 5, 2016
October 20 and 21, 2016
November 11, 2016
November 23-25, 2016
December 22, 2016 -January 2, 2017
January 16, 2017
March 13-19, 2017
May 25 and 26, 2017
May 29, 2017
July 3-7, 2017
August 25, 2017

Our Mission

Tulsa Community College Child Development Center is a high-quality laboratory facility that supports college student’s hands-on learning through responsive mentoring and reflection. We uphold national standards while providing and advocating for respectful environments where children learn through play, exploration, and discovery.

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Our Philosophy

The TCC Child Development Center Teachers utilize positive, constructive child guidance techniques that promote exploration, the development of independence and self-regulation. The teacher’s exhibit developmentally appropriate educational practices to enhance development through play.  Recognizing that children develop uniquely, it is our goal to provide each child with opportunities to:

  • Develop self-esteem
  • Foster social and emotional development
  • Expand language skills
  • Enhance cognitive and problem-solving skills
  • Experience diversity
  • Engage in make-believe play
  • Develop gross and fine motor skills
  • Acquire pre-reading skills
  • Develop pre-writing skills
  • Learn through multi-sensory activities​​​

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Contact

For more information or to schedule a tour, please contact Lindsey Asher at (918) 595-8245 or lindsey.asher@tulsacc.edu.