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Tulsa Community College, formerly known as Tulsa Junior College, was founded in 1970 to serve Tulsa, Oklahoma and the surrounding community. It is the largest two-year college in Oklahoma and serves approximately 30,000 students per semester in credit and continuing education classes. TCC consists of four campuses and a conference center situated throughout the Tulsa metropolitan area with an annual budget of approximately $112 million. The college employs about 2,712 people, including 275 full-time faculty and 843 adjunct faculty. For the sixth consecutive year, TCC is ranked in the top three percent of more than 1,150 community colleges nationally in the number of associate degrees awarded in all disciplines
Tulsa Community College is accredited by the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education and the Higher Learning Commission. The College is a member of the American Association of Community Colleges, the North Central Council of Two-Year Colleges and is also approved by the federal government to offer education under the Veterans and Social Security laws
More than 36 percent of TCC students come from underserved underrepresented communities. TCC ranks first in the nation in granting associate degrees to Native American students. TCC provides multicultural experiences for students such as the Red Fork Native American Film Festival, Global Festival, Hispanic Luncheon, and Day of Vision, as well as a multicultural curriculum emphasis. TCC students, through the College's community outreach and service learning programs, have made service contributions worth $1.5 million to the Greater Tulsa community over the past three years.
The Signature Symphony at TCC plays throughout the year at the VanTrease Performing Arts Center for Education on the Southeast Campus, offering classical and pops. The TCC Theatre Department at the PACE usually offers at least two plays per semester, with much impressive talent on display.