The college has migrated from person-to-person classes to online classes for the remainder of the spring semester. For F-1 visa students this has been approved by Immigration, so all F-1 students are still in status, even though the schedule is 100% online. For all students who are not U.S. citizens, if you are in need of assistance with your classes, or you need help because of the recent changes, please notify us in the ISS Office. We are always happy to help you. email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call: (918) 595-7478.
If you would like to talk to a counselor from the ISS Office, in person, and face to face, we have virtual meetings from 10am-5pm M-F. Please click on the this link: Virtual Meeting. You can see us and we can talk with you in real time.
At TCC We Welcome the World
The International Student Services Office exists to help all students who are not originally from the U.S., including permanent residents, asylees, undocumented students, and refugees. Whether you need help with a translation/finding a translator, document submission, academic questions explained in your language, or questions concerning Immigration such as change of status, or transitioning to citizenship, we are here to help you. We monitor all changes in Immigration regulations, so we can explain them to you, and we provide an emergency contact number so you can find friendly help when you need it most. We also maintain a list of resources, including legal services, apartments with no Social Security Card or rental history required, as well as clinics, and pharmacies that provide services in languages other than English. ; Our goal is to make you feel safe and welcome at TCC, and enable you to fully pursue your education. Whatever your needs, whatever your status, we are here to help you.
If you have any questions or comments, please let us know in the ISS Office at (918) 595-7478, or email email@example.com.
Tulsa Community College has degrees which you can earn completely online while pursuing a quality education that is affordable. While visa or personal issues may keep you in your home country, you can take classes and earn a degree without coming to the United States. Benefits of online classes from your home country include:
- TCC classes allow students to get a quality education at an affordable price.
- Taking online classes is a way to show Immigration that you are a serious college student, which can help you to be approved for a visa for an upcoming semester.
- You can take ESL courses or earn college credits while you wait for your visa.
- Your credits and grades from TCC will help you qualify for scholarships and admissions to your four-year university in the United States.
TCC has a support structure to help you succeed in your classes, whether you are taking classes in person, or online. Attending TCC is a great way to prepare yourself for your bachelor's and master's courses. Contact us (firstname.lastname@example.org) so that we can help you start your educational pathway at Tulsa Community College. We can answer your questions, and help you through the process of enrolling.
Tulsa Community College is a pathway to premier universities.
Everyone is welcome at Tulsa Community College. Students can begin with English as a Second Language, or with college level classes and finish with an associates degree that has prepared them to transfer to any top university in the U.S.
We have scholarships for new, incoming students, as well as scholarships for continuing first year and second year students. Our tuition and hourly fees are approximately $142 per credit hour for resident visas, and $367 per credit hour for non-resident visa, including F-1. This means that a single full-time semester (12 credit hours) can cost $1,704 for resident visas, and $4,500 for non-resident visas, not including books.
After graduating from TCC students can go on to great schools, including the top 100 universities in the United States such as Temple University; Washington University St. Louis; University of Virginia; University of Michigan, and many others, as well as all colleges and universities in Oklahoma.
Telephone: (918) 595-7478