Tulsa Achieves Scholarship
Plan A: Start Here, Save Money
It’s really that simple.
It works like this: the Tulsa Achieves Scholarship provides every Tulsa County graduating high school senior (as long as they have a 2.0 GPA and are a U.S. Citizen or permanent resident) full tuition and fees. That’s your first 63-college credit hours (or three years of college, whichever comes first) taken care of. That’s an associate degree, done, and you’re halfway to your Bachelor’s degree for free.
Who’s eligible for the Tulsa Achieves Scholarship?
Every graduating high school senior that resides in Tulsa County, including public, private or home-schooled students, with a 2.0 or higher grade point average, and is a U.S. Citizen or permanent resident.
How Much Could I Save?
Doing your first two years at TCC can save you an average of $32,833,1 and it sets you up for success whether you're transferring to a university, or jumping straight into the workforce. Take a look.
|School||Two-Year Tuition & Fees||Two-Year Housing & Meals||Total Two-Year Cost|
|TCC with Tulsa Achieves Scholarship||$0||$0||$0|
|Northeastern State University||$16,144||$16,280||$32,424|
|Rogers State University||$15,540||$18,088||$33,628|
|Oklahoma State University||$27,840||$21,280||$49,120|
|University of Oklahoma||$26,800||$24,400||$51,200|
Total two-year cost noted pulled from individual college websites as of 10/4/2022 and reflect two years in college housing.
1Average savings represents cost comparison for the four colleges to which TCC students are most likely to transfer.
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