School of Allied Health

Tulsa Community College offers a variety of degree and certificate options in Allied Health.

The School of Allied Health offers:

Upon completion of Nursing or Allied Health programs, students are eligible to take the national licensure exams. TCC's students consistently perform above the national averages. Please see TCC's 2017 National Board Program pass rates indicated below:

  • Cardiovascular Technology 100%
  • Dental Hygiene 100%
  • Diagnostic Medical Sonography
  • ARDMS Abdomen: 86%
  • ARDMS OB/GYN: 80%
  • ARDMS Vascular: 100%
  • ARDMS Physics: 91%
  • Health Information Technology 100%
  • Health Information Technology Coding 100%
  • Medical Laboratory Technology 90%
  • Nursing 84.31%
  • Occupational Therapy Assistant 100%
  • Pharmacy Technology Certificate 100%
  • Physical Therapist Assistant 96%
  • Radiography 96%
  • Respiratory Therapy Care 90%
  • Veterinary Technology 87% (Three year pass rate)

Forms and Information

Health Sciences Background Check (pdf)

Health Sciences Drug Screening Procedure (pdf)

Uniform Health Sciences Dismissal Procedure (pdf)

Course Grade Appeal Procedures (pdf)

Course Grade Appeal Form (pdf)

Student Handbook (pdf)

Programs by School and Department Degree Plans

Values

To fulfill its vision, the School of Allied Health values:
  • A learner centered environment in which learning is celebrated as an interactive and reciprocal process
  • Responsiveness to change
  • Academic excellence
  • Diversity as a celebration of the unique richness all individuals bring to our community
  • A legal, moral, ethical, and social responsibility to employers, clients, patients and the public
  • Service to students, to each other and our community
  • Collaboration with community partners and commitment to cultivating workforce development initiatives and partnerships
  • Encouraging self-directed learning and fostering opportunities that build personal accountability and transferable skills
  • Team work as a commitment to working together toward student success
  • Conservation and appropriate allocation of resources and the integration of a green environment in all Department physical facilities

Vision

The School of Allied Health will be recognized at the state, regional, and national level for excellence in providing relevant and innovative, accessible, affordable and high quality, educational programs by being learner-centered and responsive to student needs through service-education partnerships and emerging technologies that contribute to individual achievement and transforms lives to meet extraordinary challenges of the health care field with commitment and social responsibility.

Mission

The TCC School of Allied Health is a learner-centered division synergized through the collaboration of students, faculty, staff, administration, and stakeholders with a common goal of preparing uniquely qualified personnel who will meet the challenges of the complex and ever-changing health care delivery system and remain responsive to the communities we serve.

HS Uniform HS Academic Standards, Probation, Temporary Exclusions, Dismissals & Readmission procedures

Student Handbook (pdf)