The Week

The Week Header

November 13, 2018


President Goodson caught up with TCC's new cadre of advisors. Just a couple months on the job, they're already making an impact.


TRIO Scholarships Awards

Two TCC TRIO SSS Students Awarded ODSA Scholarships 

The Oklahoma Division of Student Assistance awarded two TCC TRIO SSS students, Sharon Crawford and Bethany Niman, scholarships at the organization’s Fall Summit.

Crawford was awarded $300, and Niman, $400.

Read More


What's the Difference Between SharePoint, OneDrive, and a Shared Drive?

As an employee of the College, you have access to OneDrive, SharePoint, and shared drives. These collaboration tools provide you with the ability to work together without having to travel from campus to campus. These tools also allow you to store important information for your division, department, or School.

 Read More


Dr. Ivy Inducted into OK Higher Ed Hall of Fame

Bill Ivy Inducted into OK Higher Ed Hall of Fame

The Oklahoma Higher Education Heritage Society honored Bill Ivy, Ph.D., nine other individuals, and, collectively, generations of the Benedictine Monks of St. Gregory’s Abbey for leadership and service to higher education with induction to the Oklahoma Higher Education Hall of Fame.

The 25th annual induction ceremony and banquet took place Nov. 5 at the University of Central Oklahoma.

“Clearly, when I look at the names of past inductees I am humbled and honored,” says Ivy. “It is especially gratifying that I’m the first inductee in the Hall’s 20+ years who spent most of his professional career in academic advising and enrollment management.  I am proud that my induction also serves in a way to recognize the contributions of these deserving professionals.”

Though he’s retired from TCC administration, Ivy still feels called to teach and finds the work stimulating and fulfilling.

“I can’t imagine another work environment where you get the intellectual stimulation and fun that you get working on a college campus. At the same time, you’re helping students recognize and achieve their own potential to make the world better. What could be better?”



United Way Campaign Wrap-up

The TCC United Way Campaign concluded Nov. 8 with a total of $62,745.78.
“That’s down 4 percent from 2017, and shy of our goal of $65,000, but it was a tremendous effort from TCC employees,” says Paula Settoon, TCC dean of libraries and

  • 229 donors via pledge cards or direct gifts account for $44,350.08 of the total.
  • SEC held the largest campaign raising $20,729 followed closely by the Conference Center at $19,102.

Thanks to campus chairs for their hard work:
CC: Denise Delozier and Christina Ursin
MC:  Daniele Dennison and Rachel Longacre
NEC: Gary Young-Allen and Tom Rowe
SEC: Stephanie Ingold, Carol Bailey, and Megan Parenteau
WC: Cindy Shanks and Tim Degeer.
Thanks also to the campaign treasurers: Christina Ea, Tammy Upshaw, Dawn Pomaville, and Christa Harris for all of their work counting money and keeping books.


Help for the Holidays

While the holidays can be a time of joy, for many, they are also a time of stress. If you feel overwhelmed during the holiday season, help is available.

Licensed counselors are available for students, faculty, and staff on a 24/7 basis by calling this toll free number: 1.800.327.2251. Visit BHS Online for more support resources.



Updates & Events


The Week is Off Next Week! 

Your source for all things TCC is taking the holiday two days early. We'll be back the Tuesday after Thanksgiving with an intro to TCC's new police chief and all the other updates you need. Happy holiday!



TCC 50 Years logo

TCC 50 Notables

Did you know nearly 450,000 Tulsans have taken courses at TCC since we first opened our doors in 1970? As part of our 50th-anniversary celebration, we’re going to identify 50 notable alumni who have made a difference in the world.

When you consider TCC students who have done incredible things – who comes to mind? Whether they’ve become famous, impacted a community need, or changed the lives of their family-and-friends, we want to know their stories.

Submit nominations online at



Veteran's Appreciation Week

  • Nov. 12-16: Refreshments in Veteran Lounges
  • Nov. 29. 10 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.: Veteran Resource Fair
    Metro Commons

Questions: Contact David Adams at



Tulsa's Future Survey Needs You!

The planning process is underway for the fourth phase of Tulsa's Future, the Chamber-led regional economic development partnership supported by public and private investors. Market Street Services, the same firm that helped craft and implement Tulsa’s Future III, will again assist the region in creating a five-year strategic plan for economic development.

Market Street Services recently launched a survey to gather input from northeast Oklahoma residents and business owners about where economic development strategies should focus during Tulsa's Future IV, which will run from 2021-2025.

TCC plays an important role in the economic development of Tulsa and the region. To take the survey now, click here. Share the link and encourage your colleagues to offer their input.



Coats for Kids

Coats for Kids, sponsored by the Student Nurses Association, goes campus-wide this year. The collection drive benefits children at Educare, a program for early childhood education and family support services for underserved populations in Tulsa. 

The SNA needs new or gently used coats sizes three months to five (toddler). Drop off donations between now and Nov. 16 at the Nursing offices in MP 256 or SEC 8199.



Big Blue Podcast 

President Goodson and Metro Campus Provost Greg Stone chatted with special guest Kelly David, director of academic advising, student retention and support services about all the big changes to advising.

The Big Blue Podcast provides perspective on the outstanding people, programs, places and issues facing the College you won't get anywhere else. You can subscribe to the podcast playlist on Youtube.



In the News

TCC Student performs at Veterans Appreciation Ceremony

Student resource website ranks top college programs for medical billing and coding



We want your feedback! 

The Recap


Community Magazine

Download the latest issue of Community Magazine. Inside you'll find stories about TCC students, faculty, alumni, and what the College is doing to tackle educational inequity. 



Cost Savings Survey

In order to be good stewards of our resources, Tulsa Community College is interested in your cost-saving ideas. 


Twitter  Facebook  Snap Chat