Having a group of people who are doing the same assignments, it makes study groups much easier.
— Erin W., Cohort 1, when asked about her favorite part of College Park
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
- National data shows the cohort experience improves student success through a better student experience.
- The predetermined schedule and support system provide stability and more guidance.
- Students start and finish a degree on a single campus utilizing the best resources TCC and OSU-Tulsa offer including student services.
When you complete College Park, you will earn an associate degree from Tulsa Community College and an Oklahoma State University bachelor's degree from OSU-Tulsa.
You will keep the credits you have completed if you need to leave the cohort. College Park will work with you to help you continue your path forward.
If you are not already admitted to TCC, visit https://admission.tulsacc.edu/apply/ to submit your application for TCC.
Once admitted to TCC, you may log in using your TCC ID and password and apply here.
Business and Psychology are the current program focus areas. Additional academic programs will be added in the future.
All courses for the College Park program are located on the OSU-Tulsa campus.
If you’re looking a way to complete an affordable, quality public bachelor’s degree in Tulsa, College Park is for you! By starting and finishing a degree on a single campus, you will be able to utilize the best resources TCC and OSU-Tulsa offer. College Park offers a consistent, structured schedule and classes with the same group of students throughout your college experience. If that sounds appealing to you, we'd love to talk with you!
Reach out to the TCC University Transfer office at email@example.com or call 918-595-7774 to discuss the program and how it might fit your educational goals.
There are no additional testing requirements to apply for College Park. However, in order to begin classes, you must be proficient in the areas of reading, writing, and math. Proficiency can be determined by high school transcripts, ACT/SAT or GED scores, or any other applicable placement methods.
While you're encouraged to apply for College Park as early as possible, you may not be fully considered until proficiency requirements have been satisfied.
If you're unsure of proficiency placement, contact TCC Academic Advising.
Selection is based on several factors including: academic standing, college readiness, ability to participate in the course schedule and commitment to the program based on written application question responses.
TCC and OSU-Tulsa are committed to increasing access to higher education in Tulsa and achieving equity in outcomes. Applicants demonstrating financial need, first-generation to college, and underserved student populations are highly encouraged to apply.
TCC encourages students to apply for any financial aid for which they are eligible; however, the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) is not required to participate in College Park. Keep in mind, completing the FAFSA ensures you can take advantage of federal financial aid and is usually required when you apply for additional scholarships.
If you are filling out the FAFSA, enter code 009763 for Tulsa Community College to make sure we receive your information.
We recommend looking at other scholarship opportunities, including the My Dream/Mi Sueño Scholarship, which is privately funded and available to a graduating high school senior in Tulsa or Rogers County meeting eligibility requirements. It is awarded annually for up to three years or 63-credit hours, whichever comes first.
All communication regarding your application will go to the tulsacc.edu email account you create once you apply and are admitted to TCC.
Make sure to monitor this account closely, so there is no delay in reviewing your application.
OSU-Tulsa is currently not scheduling in-person tours. You are welcome to check out the OSU-Tulsa campus virtually.
Students wishing to visit and take an in-person tour of the campus before applying for the program may contact the College Park Specialist, Zack Grant, to schedule a meeting. Zack may be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org or 918-595-7014
Newly admitted College Park students will also have a chance to meet their peers and tour the campus during the College Park orientation tentatively scheduled for the 2nd week of July. Admitted College Park students will receive more information about orientation closer to the date.