With four main campuses spread across diverse Tulsa locations and multiple community campuses in surrounding areas, Tulsa Community College makes it convenient to pursue higher education in your hometown. From the heart of downtown Tulsa with the Metro campus and Thomas K. McKeon Center for Creativity to campuses locations across the city, we are committed to providing you with the education and student services you need to take your next step on your life’s journey.
Conveniently located if you're already working downtown, Metro offers an incredible variety of courses including computer, health sciences, and international language programs.
If you're passionate about electronics, criminal justice, engineering, computer networking, human services, fire and emergency services, interpreter education or aviation science, Northeast is the campus for you.
If marketing, computers, accounting, management, theatre, or interior design are your calling, Southeast is the place to be.
Providing high-quality education and personal growth opportunities for students from the youngest to the oldest and outstanding care for big and small animals is the focus at West campus.
Owasso has become another community in the surrounding area where TCC is making higher education more accessible to its residents.
The new Tulsa Community College Riverside Community Campus and Aviation Center is designed to fuel the growth of Tulsa’s aeronautical industry. TCC offers general education and aviation classes at this facility located near Jenks at the Richard L. Jones, Jr. Airport.
The Tulsa Community College Outreach Center is a place for anyone to learn more about TCC and includes a bilingual staff to make the transition to College easy for people who are learning English as a second language.
The Thomas K. McKeon Center for Creativity anchors downtown Tulsa’s southern corridor, filling the Boston Avenue urban canyon with creative energy, and providing integrated outdoor spaces for students and the community.
Tulsa’s fabulous Signature Symphony calls TCC’s VanTrease Performing Arts Center for Education (PACE) home for its annual series of pops and classical music.
Centrally located between all four Tulsa Community College campuses, the TCC conference center includes a corporate learning center for Continuing Education and a technology learning Center for teachers.
The Nate Waters Physical Therapy Clinic at Tulsa Community College provides a clinical setting for students in the Physical Therapist Assistant Program at TCC. Students get hands-on learning experiences offering reduced cost physical therapy services for adults and children who are uninsured or underinsured in the Tulsa area.