am in my second year of attending Tulsa Community College
and I am satisfy with what I have experienced. If
you select your professors properly you will have a fantastic
experience. Pick a campus, if you have to go with
your gut feeling as to which one to attend. I
attend Metro, and find it fantastic, especially my professors.
a community college so people have low expectancy with the
curriculum and the professors dedication. Many and most of mine
want their students to succeed. But to be able to
do this, you have to put effort into your grade
as well. Study, study and stay involve with your class
even if its a simply class that you really don't
This school is a great school for students who
are coming out of high schools where they are not
properly teaching or preparing students for college. Fantastic for older
students who are wanting to go back to school but
are afraid to. And any combination of the two above
plus working, is wonderful for working adults, they have
various classes ..at different times, Monday through Sunday (not straight
through I mean, you have this as a choice) online
classes, all-evenings or just morning classes, fast track, honor programs,
8-weeks and 12-weeks..right alongside the 16week.
If you stay dedicated
to your education you will enjoy yourself.
you live in broken arrow, I would highly suggest taking
TCC classes at the NSU-BA campus. You can select them
as “off campus” (or whatever is listed when you enroll
in class) and look for the ones that have NSUBA.
Classes are small, and convenient for those living around the