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Start and finish your bachelor's degree in Tulsa with this seamless pathway from Tulsa Community College to OSU-Tulsa. 

Structured for success

and built for Tulsa's in-demand careers
Complete your associate degree in business or engineering from TCC and then seamlessly transition to earn your bachelor's degree from OSU-Tulsa. Classes are taught on the OSU-Tulsa campus in the Historic Greenwood District with support services offered by both TCC and OSU-Tulsa throughout your journey. 

Enjoy the perks

and set yourself up for a rewarding future
As a College Park student, you'll take your classes on the same campus for four years, enjoy the ease of pre-determined TCC class schedules and benefit from smaller class sizes. Take advantage of career services, health facilities, wellness resources and more across the TCC and OSU-Tulsa campuses while participating in special events, study sessions and engaging activities with your peers. 

Affordable four-year experience

with scholarship and financial aid options

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While completing your associate degree, you'll only pay Tulsa Community College tuition and fees.

TCC cost and aid
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Tulsa Achieves

If you live in Tulsa County and have a 2.0 GPA, you may be eligible for free tuition for TCC coursework.

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Once enrolled in upper-division courses, you'll pay OSU tuition and fees with scholarship opportunities.

OSU-Tulsa cost and aid

Application ProcessFollow these steps to apply to College Park.

1. Apply to TCC

Before applying to College Park, you must first apply and be admitted to TCC. 


Tulsa Community College


2. Apply to College Park

Once you're admitted to TCC, you can apply for College Park using your MyTCC login credentials. The fall 2024 application is now open


Selection is based on academic standing, college readiness/course placement and commitment to the program as communicated through the written application question responses.


3. Submit documents

After applying to College Park, submit official advanced placement test scores and/or college transcripts showing completed, in-progress and pre-registered coursework.


Additionally, you'll need to show proof of proficiency in reading, writing and math to determine placement in college-level coursework. 

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