• Physical Therapy Clinic

    Students in TCC’s Physical Therapist Assistant Program gain hands-on educational experience through our own clinical facility, the Nate Waters Physical Therapy Clinic. At the same time, uninsured or underinsured adults and children in the Tulsa area have access to reduced cost physical therapy services through our clinic. The whole community benefits from TCC's Nate Waters Physical Therapy Clinic.
  • Signature Symphony

    Professional musicians from throughout Tulsa and northeast Oklahoma comprise the Signature Symphony, TCC's orchestra-in-residence. The orchestra is an educational outreach from TCC to area public schools, and also provides professional symphony work to many musicians who work full-time in roles such as music educators in Oklahoma’s public schools and universities.
  • TCC Foundation

    The Tulsa Community College Foundation goes back to the beginnings of TCC in 1970. It was established to support the mission and vision of the college. Our goal is to support TCC students, faculty and staff by providing scholarships and resources for campus wide excellence. How does it help? The Foundation provides a Textbook Trust, the Second Chance Scholarship, and supports multiple other scholarship opportunities for our students.
  • Thomas K. McKeon Center for Creativity

    The true spirt of community comes alive at TCC’s Thomas K. McKeon Center for Creativity in the heart of downtown Tulsa. TCC students from the visual art, digital media and design and mass communication all work and learn at the McKeon Center for Creativity, which also is open to many public events such as workshops and art exhibitions year-round.
  • VanTrease PACE

    TCC’s VanTrease Performing Arts Center for Education (PACE) is a key part of our performing arts and music education ventures. Our orchestra-in-residence, the Signature Symphony at TCC, schedules performances of Pops and Classical concerts throughout the year that you don’t want to miss. They are filled with spectacular music and award-winning guest artists.
  • TCC Online Radio

    TCC’s online radio station known as The Grid provides entertainment and music to a worldwide audience and provides experience to our students. While programming music programs such as the Woody Guthrie Hour or Weekend Jazz, students gain hands-on experience while becoming a Radio Production Specialist in our Digital Media degree or certificate programs. Experience The Grid for yourself.
  • Career Explorer

    Discover the connection between TCC degree/certificate programs and your career goals. Career Explorer is your “one stop” resource to take a career assessment, find TCC programs to match your career goals, and learn about wages, employment, and job postings in Tulsa and surrounding areas. Give Career Explorer a try….you’ll be glad you did!