Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information

Latest College Update

All summer classes and services are available remotely. Fall classes will resume with options in online, online live, blended and in-person classes. This will remain in effect for the foreseeable future, based on Tulsa Health Department and CDC guidance. Please check your TCC email daily for updates in The Daily@TCC Newsletter and visit college updates and resources for contact information for various departments.

Although there has been confirmed cases reported in the Tulsa area, the risk to the Tulsa Community College employees and students is very low.

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.

College Updates and Resources

Emergency Funding

Donate Funds

Inspire Hope through the TCC Emergency Fund. We are raising funds for emergencies. Donate now and inspire hope in TCC community during this difficult time. Thank you for supporting Tulsa Community College.

Emergency Fund Donation Form

Request Funds

Unexpected things can happen in life. If you have an emergency expense you can’t afford, and it’s keeping you from continuing your education, or causing problems at home, you may be eligible for an emergency grant.

Emergency Funds Request Form

Forms

Questions?

As a member of our TCC Community, if you have questions regarding the Coronavirus (COVID-19), please use the Coronavirus Inquiry Form.

Coronavirus Inquiry Form

About Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Helpful Resources about Coronavirus 2019