Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to evolve, Tulsa Community College is actively monitoring best practices and updating guidance based on the recommendations of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (“CDC”), state, and local health authorities. As this guidance and local circumstances change, TCC leadership will regularly evaluate this policy. Stay current with the College’s latest COVID-19 policy and procedures here.

Latest College Update

Sunday, November 15, 2020 at 3:36 PM. Due to the rising COVID-19 numbers throughout the community, we will transition to remote learning starting Wednesday, Nov. 18. We have been monitoring numbers since this pandemic began in March and have reached a level that requires us to further reduce density on campus.

We planned to transition to remote learning after the Thanksgiving break and have moved the transition up a week earlier due to the latest numbers in Tulsa County.

If a faculty member has an instructional need to be on campus, such as a lab course, please work directly with your dean to identify a solution that works best for your students.

All campuses will remain open with the same academic and student services available on campus that have been available all semester. Additionally, all student facing services remain available virtually. The libraries at Metro, Southeast, and West as well as the Northeast FACET Center will remain open for students who need to use technology.

Please continue to wear your face covering, practice frequent hand washing and stay six feet away from other people.

TCC Emergency Management is in regular communication with County and State Health officials and are closely monitoring the situation and will update this page with any pertinent information. We will operate as usual until circumstances dictate otherwise. In the case of an emergency or any vital updates, students, faculty, and staff will be notified through TCC Alerts via text message, phone call, and email.

If you are sick, please stay home and consult a medical professional. Students can talk to their professor to discuss missed work and class time. Employees can speak with their supervisor about working from home. Students and employees who are working and learning on campus and need to report exposure to TCC should fill out the COVID-19 reporting survey.

Planning to Travel?

If you are planning to travel please fill out the Individuals Planning to Travel form.


As a member of our TCC Community, if you have questions regarding the Coronavirus (COVID-19), please contact us through our inquiry form.

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