Report a Concern
Tulsa Community College takes seriously the safety and welfare of our college community and uses software to centralize reporting and manage records.
Report It! allows you to report information regarding incidents, complaints or concerning behavior happening at TCC. Students can also report information in person to any campus Dean of Student Affairs.
Please read each description by clicking the expand button to view content for the type of report you would like to submit.
If you believe that a situation you are reporting is an emergency and requires immediate attention, please call 911 or the TCC Police Department at (918) 595–8888.
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Concerns
We have created an email address for students and employees to use should they have questions regarding to COVID-19 and its impact at TCC; that address is email@example.com. It will be monitored by representatives from Student Affairs, Academic Affairs, Human Resources and Campus Safety.
TCC is in regular communication with County and State Health officials and are closely monitoring the situation and will update the Coronavirus Information page with any pertinent information.
Acts of Discrimination
This form is to be used for reporting information necessary to initiate an investigation of alleged discrimination based on race, color, national origin, sex, age, religion, disability, status as a veteran, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, or any other basis protected by applicable law.
The Civil Rights Compliance Administrator, Metro Campus- 909 S. Boston Ave, Room 506 Tulsa, OK 74119; Phone (918) 595- 8487; email: TCCnondiscrimination@tulsacc.edu has been designated to handle inquiries regarding non-discrimination policies.
This report will be sent to the TCC Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT) whose mission is to provide a proactive and collaborative approach to identify, assess, and mitigate risks associated with students, faculty, staff, and visitors exhibiting concerning or threatening behaviors.
We strive to promote wellbeing and success of individuals while prioritizing community safety. Making a report of concern is NOT meant to be a punitive action, but instead designed to better connect students to services. If you suspect someone has violated the TCC Code of Conduct, please make a report under the Student Conduct Violation tab.
Emergency Funds Request
Unexpected things can happen in life. To alleviate the burden of unplanned expenses, the TCC Foundation has emergency funds available to help. 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.
- Eligibility requirements must be met to recieve a grant.
- There are no guarantees grant request will be approved.
- Grants do not need to be re-payed.
Final Course Grade Appeal
The TCC Course Grade Appeal Procedures are based on the following principles:
A student has a right to appeal a grade that the student believes was contrary to procedures as specified in the course syllabus or was assigned on some basis other than performance in the course, by using standards different from those applied by the same instructor to other students in the same course, or used different standards than what is listed on the syllabus of record.
A student’s grade should reflect the student’s mastery of the subject matter of the course.
Students are entitled to a fair and impartial evaluation of their work.
Students and faculty should communicate regularly and openly about course requirements, assignments, tests, grading procedures, and grades.
The college faculty is responsible for creating the curriculum and establishing the standards by which students will be evaluated in each course.
Faculty members are entitled to the presumption that the grades they assign are an accurate reflection of the performance of the students in their courses.
A course grade may only be changed by the course instructor or by the final recommendation of the Grade Appeal Board. College administrators may not alter any students’ grades.
Both students and faculty members have rights and responsibilities in the grading process:
Students who wish to appeal a final grade are responsible for demonstrating that the grade they received was contrary to procedures as specified in the course syllabus or was assigned on some basis other than performance in the course, by using standards different from those applied by the same instructor to other students in the same course, or used different standards than what is listed on the syllabus of record.
Non-Academic Concern/Complaint or Incident
This form is used to report a non-academic incident, concern, or complaint that requires clarification, investigation, and or resolution. Direct resolution encouraged when possible.
The Dean of Student Affairs at Tulsa Community College investigates all concerns in a manner consistent with our core values.
Any member of the College community (faculty, staff, or student) or any person who is unaffiliated with the College may report a concern.
Notification of a Student Death
This form is used to notify College officials of a student death. In the unfortunate event of a student death (current or former) Tulsa Community College has processes in place to address the matter when notification is given. This procedure is intended to ensure that the College can respond in a timely and compassionate manner.
Sexual Misconduct or Stalking
This form is to be used for reporting information necessary to initiate an investigation of allege acts of:
- Dating violence
- Domestic violence
- Threats and bullying on the basis of sex
- Sexual harassment
- Sexual misconduct
This form is also used to report alleged discrimination against:
- Pregnant and parenting individuals
- Transgender individuals
The Title IX Coordinator, 909 S. Boston Ave, Room 505, Tulsa, Oklahoma; Phone (918) 595-7842; email: TCCTitleIX@tulsacc.edu has been designated to handle inquiries regarding sex discrimination, including sexual harassment, sexual assault, pregnancy, domestic violence, and stalking.
Student Classroom Concerns
Procedures to Follow:
Please read the TCC Student Policies and Resources Handbook for information regarding procedures related to Student Complaints.
Schedule a meeting with your instructor. Before any action can be taken concerning a grade-related issue, the student should attempt to resolve the issue with the instructor, since faculty members are responsible for establishing the standards by which students will be evaluated in each course. The meeting may be during the instructor’s office hours or at another time such as before or after class. This meeting will give you the opportunity to discuss your concerns directly with the instructor – the person who can assist you in improving your performance, modify a grade in a grade dispute, or directly impact classroom instructional challenges. Keep a record of the dates and times of the meeting, or meetings, for documentation of steps taken toward a resolution. For non-grade-related issues or grade-related issues with additional factors, it is strongly recommended that the student attempt to resolve the issue with the instructor; however, depending on the nature of the concern, the student may begin this procedure with the academic school office listed on your course syllabus.
If grade disputes or classroom instructional challenges are not resolved during a meeting with your instructor, complete this Student Concern Form and return it to the appropriate academic school office per your course syllabus (it will promptly be forwarded to the appropriate school office). All concerns must be submitted in writing.
- Within ten working days of the submission of the Student Concern Form, the school office will contact and inform the student of actions taken. Because the instructor is an essential part of the instructional team, the instructor may be included to help resolve your concerns if the Dean or Department Chair deems it necessary. Every attempt will be made to ensure a fair resolution for all parties involved.
Student Code of Conduct Violation
This form is used to report possible violations of the Student Code of Conduct and other behavioral concerns.
The Office of Judicial Affairs & Wellness Services recognizes the importance of student accountability and how to balance that with student development and the interests and core values of the College community.
Any member of the College community (faculty, staff, or student) or any person who is unaffiliated with the College who has knowledge of a possible violation of the Student Code of Conduct may file a complaint. The College may itself initiate a complaint.
Contact the office of Judicial Affairs at (918) 595-7897 or StudentConduct@tulsacc.edu.