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Financial aid is available through grants, scholarships, loans and part-time employment from federal, state, institutional and private sources. Click on the Financial Aid link for more information on eligibility requirements and how to apply for financial aid.
To enable Tulsa Community College to provide an opportunity for education to all of its students, the Board of Regents defines a standard or a code of conduct for behavior, which will enable students to work together with other students and with the faculty, staff and administration in a positive manner. The discipline of students at the College is, in all but case of expulsion, a part of the educational process.
are designed to help the undecided major or career changer select an occupational direction. Additionally, the Career Services department has free student employment services to students, alumni and area businesses.
Parking on any TCC lot is available on a first-come, first-served basis for students and staff conducting business on campus, and the vehicle must display the appropriate registered parking permit. Students and staff should not use TCC parking facilities when they are not attending or conducting college business. Permits may be obtained by paying the parking fee at the time regular tuition and fees are paid. Click here for a Parking Permit Application.
TCC Student Health Services is your key to wellness. Most services are free to students, faculty and staff. Click here to visit the TCC Student Health Services page.
Counseling services are offered at NO COST to TCC students enrolled in Nursing or Allied Health programs. To schedule an appointment, call 918.595.7108 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
The library is a college-wide academic support service existing to support teaching and learning at Tulsa Community College. The library enriches its clientele by stimulating and nurturing the process that results in learning through a variety of services, resources and materials, a helpful knowledgeable staff, and a comfortable setting.
The RISE Program is a federally funded Title IV grant program through the U. S. Department of Education. The acronym RISE stands for Reflective, Integrated, Scholarly and Excellence.
The Disability Rights Section works to achieve equal opportunity for people with disabilities in the United States by implementing the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Through its multifaceted approach toward achieving compliance with the ADA, this Section works to make this goal a reality.