At TCC, we encourage high school students who meet certain academic and testing requirements to apply for college admissions and complete the enrollment application.
Here is what we require:
Concurrent Admission Policy
- In order to apply for college admission, high school students must meet Oklahoma eligibility requirements.
- Admission to the College does not guarantee eligibility for course placement.
- All students must be juniors or seniors (junior status begins in the summer semester after the 10th grade) and eligible to graduate from high school in the spring of their senior year.
- Students who attend unaccredited high schools and home schools must have completed enough high school coursework to be equivalent to an individual who is classified as a junior or senior at an accredited high school.
- Students not qualified by grade level may be considered for Opportunity Admissions (policy requirements: Okhighered.org).
- Receipt of TCC student ID number is the first step of the admission process.
- College admission is completed when all criteria have been met and the high school transcript and college admission test scores have been vetted by TCC Enrollment Services.
|Accredited High School|
|National ACT||19 composite|
|**PSAT 10||990 composite|
|Or High School GPA||3.0 unweighted|
Unaccredited High Schools And
|National ACT||19 composite|
|*Residual ACT||19 composite|
|**PSAT 10||990 composite|
National ACT can be repeated with consequence.
*Only one residual ACT per year (from November 1 to October 31) is valid for admission and course placement.
**This score is valid on SAT exams administered on or after March 5, 2016.
Concurrent Enrollment Policy
- Zero level courses (intended for remediation or curricular or performance deficiency) and physical education courses are not eligible for concurrent enrollment.
- Maximum combined course load may not exceed 19 credit hours per fall and spring semester or 9 credit hours in the summer.
- Each high school course (1/2 unit) listed on the semester high school schedule shall be counted as 3 credit hours of course load.
- Non-academic units are excluded from course load (i.e. athletics, office aid, etc).
- Concurrent Enrollment Form must be completed and delivered to TCC each semester for course enrollment.
- Admission to the college does not fulfill enrollment.
- Submission of the semester's enrollment form does not guarantee enrollment. (See course enrollment requirements below.)
♦ All students must show Reading proficiency to enroll in any course(s) including all Math, English, and Science courses.
|Curricular Area||ACT||Pre-ACT||*RESIDUAL ACT||**SAT||**PSAT10||TCC Accuplacer, Writeplacer & Success Navigator|
|Reading||19||19||19||510***||510***||80+ or multiple measures|
|English||19||19||19||510***||510***||6-8 or multiple measures|
|Science||19||19||19||510***||510***||80+ or multiple measures|
Multiple tests and measures
Required Materials To Complete Concurrent Admission And Enrollment
♦ Once the enrollment application is submitted a student must complete Schedule Adjustment Form to add, drop, withdraw from courses.
Concurrent Tuition Waiver Policy
IMPORTANT TUITION WAIVER INFORMATION
Terms and Conditions:
By Oklahoma statute, each high school senior who meets the eligibility requirements for concurrent enrollment shall be entitled to receive a tuition waiver equivalent to the amount of resident tuition for a maximum of eighteen (18) credit hours in their senior year. The senior year begins June 1 following the 11th grade, so the tuition waiver may be used in the summer, fall, or spring of the senior year.
In addition to the state of Oklahoma’s senior tuition waiver, Tulsa Community College provides a tuition waiver to each high school junior who meets the eligibility requirements for concurrent enrollment. Juniors shall be awarded a tuition waiver equivalent to the amount of resident tuition for a maximum of six (6) credit hours per semester (summer, fall, and spring) during the three semesters of the junior year. The junior year begins June 1 following the 10th grade.
Tuition waivers are awarded for all enrollments unless students drop a class within the college drop period. All hours waived will be counted in the total tuition waiver limits including any grade entered on the transcript: W, AW, I, WN, or A – F grades.
Please take a few minutes right now to confirm that you are enrolled in classes by logging into MyTCC and clicking on the “My Account” link at the top of the page. You are responsible for all college business, including enrollment and payment.
TCC Financial Aid awards and disburses Concurrent Attend College Early (ACE) tuition waivers after TCC enrollment services has confirmed eligibility and processed your enrollment. Waivers are disbursed after the college drop period for your course.
1. In order to receive your award, please read the Terms and Conditions and accept your tuition waiver in the Financial Aid Dashboard in MYTCC. The terms and conditions explain the regulations, amount, and timing of your tuition waiver.
2. To pay course fees and any tuition amount over the waiver limit, you may access the student bursar account information on the MYTCC “my account” and pay by check or credit card. Additionally, you may pay by presenting photo ID to any TCC bursar.
For additional questions, contact the bursar at firstname.lastname@example.org
Counselor's Corner contains quick links to TCC resources, forms, and concurrent/dual credit enrollment FAQs.
Contact Concurrent Enrollment
Melissa Steadley, Director of Concurrent Enrollment Programs
Deleise Brewer, Coordinator of Concurrent Enrollment Programs
Julie Thompson, Administrative Assistant II for Concurrent Enrollment Programs