ACT (National and Residual)
The ACT Exam measures skills in four major curriculum areas: English, Mathematics, Reading and Science Reasoning.
National ACT testing information may be obtained by visiting the National ACT website.
The Residual ACT is offered at TCC's Northeast Campus Testing Center for individuals who:
- are high school students who would like to take college courses concurrently at TCC.
- need ACT to meet admissions requirement due to graduating from home-school curriculum, an unaccredited high school or private school.
- are applying to a special academic program, such as Allied Health, that requires this exam.
Individuals are allowed to retake the exam; however, they must wait 60 days between testing. EXCEPTION: High school concurrent students are allowed to take the test only ONCE during an ACT testing year (Nov. 1 - Oct. 31).
Residual ACT scores may be used at Tulsa Community College only.
Preregister by calling the Northeast Campus Testing Center at (918) 595-7534 or visiting the Northeast Campus, Room AB101.
Bring your TCC ID number; if you do not have one, you must complete the TCC Admission Application before registration of the exam is processed. Complete the TCC Admission Application here.
A photo ID (i.e., driver's license, etc.) is required for admission to the test.
ACT scores will expire after 5 years for course placement (proficiency) purposes at TCC. ACT scores used for admissions purposes to the college will not expire.
$55 (Fee increase may be implemented by ACT).
You may pay using credit/debit cards or by check on the day of the exam.
Academic/Administration Building - Enter through west doors by flagpoles
3727 E. Apache Street
Tulsa, OK 74115
Testing Dates and Times
Residual ACT exams are not currently being scheduled due to COVID-19.
Time: Approximately four hours.
- Jan. 6 @ 9 am
- Jan. 7 @ 2 pm
- Jan. 27 @ 9 am
- Jan. 28 @ 2 pm
- Feb. 10 @ 9 am
- Feb. 11 @ 2 pm
- Feb. 24 @ 9 am
- Feb. 25 @ 2 pm
- Mar. 9 @ 9 am
- Mar. 10 @ 2 pm