Get a head start on college while in high school.
The Tulsa Community College Dual Enrollment Program is open for qualified, high school seniors and eligible juniors. Whether you want to transfer to a university or enter the workforce, TCC helps you get a head start!
Classes are taught by TCC faculty and are available in multiple formats including online, online live, and in person at TCC campuses, high schools, and other off-campus sites.
College Admission and Enrollment Steps
If you have already applied to TCC and have been admitted you are ready to enroll in classes.
One-time College Admission
Step 1. Go to your high school
- Ask for your “unofficial” high school transcript (electronic version) and your schedule availability to attend college courses (days/times)
- Check your eligibility
- Ask your counselor or firstname.lastname@example.org for the list of reserved courses for high school students
Step 2. Gather documents
- Locate your social security number
- Save your “unofficial” high school transcript as a PDF on your computer
- Save any test score sheets (ACT, SAT, PSAT10, PSAT-NMSQ, pre-ACT) as a PDF on your computer
Step 3. Complete the TCC online college admission application
- Upload your high school transcript and any test score sheets into the online admission form.
- Declare a major (if you are unsure, begin with Liberal Arts/General Education. You can always change this later).
- Provide an email address that you check often. TCC will contact you at this address with next steps.
- If you are notified that you do not meet admission eligibility, you may take an on-campus/residual ACT once you receive your T#.
- If you are notified that you are admitted, you may now check enrollment eligibility.
Enroll Each Semester
After applying to TCC and being admitted you are ready to enroll in classes.
Transfer your TCC credits to public colleges and universities across Oklahoma. TCC also has transfer agreements with many private and regional institutions. Please verify course transferability with any institution you plan to attend. Our University Transfer page provides a resource to review our transfer agreements.
The High School Tuition Waiver provides for up to 18 eligible credit hours for all Oklahoma seniors, and up to 12 eligible credit hours for all Oklahoma juniors. It is the responsibility of the student to pay for any course fees and materials. Check with your high school counselor for fee and textbook assistance.