The Resource Center for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing is committed to communication access for all. The Resource Center for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing is located on the Northeast Campus. This center serves all TCC locations.
Tulsa Community College
Resource Center for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing
Northeast Campus, Room 2163
3727 E. Apache
Tulsa, OK 74115-3151
Text only: 918-809-1864
Phone: 918-595-7428 (voice)
Video phone: 918-894-5724
If you are requesting services for the first time, start the process by completing the Accommodation Request Form or contact the RCDHH.
Accommodations and Resources
Sign Language interpreters are available to deaf and hard of hearing students to facilitate communication in the classroom and other college activities.
Speech-to-Text services are provided to facilitate real time access to students in the classroom and other college activities.
Assistive Listening Devices
For hard of hearing or late-deafened students, we have a number of assistive listening devices, which may be checked out for use. Specialized stethoscopes can be checked out on a trial basis.
Open lab tutoring times are scheduled each semester. Students may also request individual tutoring through the Resource Center for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing.
RCDHH Developmental Courses
TCC offers a large selection of developmental courses to students who are deaf and hard of hearing. These courses include reading, writing, math, study skills, computer literacy and sign language.
Please contact the Resource Center for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing to request accommodations and services for classes and TCC activities.
Kaye Ellis, Manager RCDHH
Jeremy Atkins, Instructional Specialist
Tony Kirby, Resource Center Specialist
Amber Newbold, Administrative Assistant I
Lauren Whitman, RCDHH Lead Interpreter
Rhonda Zimmerman, Administrative Assistant II
Vesta VanTrease Lectureship
The Resource Center for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing is honored to be the stewards of the Vesta VanTrease Lectureship. Dr. Dean VanTrease funded this endowed lectureship in honor of his wife's involvement in deaf education.