Wellness provides comprehensive health education programs for students that impact overall well-being and support a healthy learning environment. We frequently partner with other college departments, Tulsa community agencies as well as national organizations to offer a variety of health education programs, trainings and presentations. Please contact us for partnering opportunities or speciﬁc event information.
College Wide Programs
- Health & Wellness Fairs
- Fresh Check Day
- Pause for Paws
- Stress Free Zones
- Canines & Coffee
- Sexual Health Education
- Suicide Prevention Training
- Other: Flu shots, blood drives, HIV/STI screenings
Please visit the Events and Activities page for current semester information:
Health Education Presentations
- Healthy Relationships- Students will learn about communication, boundaries, consent and healthy behaviors in a relationship.
- Alcohol 101- Students will learn about alcohol safety, health risks, myths and resources.
- Bystander Intervention- Students will learn how they can take steps to intervene in difficult situations.
- Suicide Prevention- Students will learn a strategy that teaches them to notice signs of emotional distress and respond with enough confidence to help save someone’s life.
**To request a presentation, email firstname.lastname@example.org. Please allow at least 2 weeks’ notice for presentation requests, and note that staff availability may be limited.**
For more information please contact:
Randii Harrald MS, CHES
Assistant Director Wellness Services
Brittany Keen, BA
Health Promotion Coordinator
Stay Well TCC Campaign
The Stay Well TCC Campaign was created by Wellness Services to encourage the TCC community to stay well during the pandemic. While protecting yourself and others from the virus is very important, staying well during a pandemic also takes the shape of self-care and mental health support.
How to be a part of it:
The Courage Campaign
The Courage Campaign is a call to action to transform the campus culture regarding mental health. This dedicated movement will raise awareness and reduce stigma, provide resources and connection, and help students feel confident to talk about mental health.
Tobacco Free TCC
Tulsa Community College prohibits smoking or the use of tobacco products on all property owned, leased or contracted for use by Tulsa Community College.
- Classrooms and Laboratories
- Work Areas and Offices
- Elevators and Stairwells
- Restrooms and Hallways
- Side Walks and Parking Lots
- Entrances and Green Spaces
For more information on this policy click here.
Free 24/7 Resource: Oklahoma Tobacco Helpline 1-800-QUIT-NOW.
In the Fall of 2017, TCC received funding to become a JED Campus. JED Campus is a nationwide initiative to help colleges and universities support students’ well-being; the name “Jed” is in memory of a young man who died by suicide while he was in college. The program provides schools with a comprehensive framework and customized feedback to strengthen mental health, substance abuse and suicide prevention programs.
To learn more about JED visit their website at www.jedcampus.org.