Metro Campus renovation brings comfort and improves security

Within the last few years, large renovation projects have been conducted at the Tulsa Community College (TCC) Metro Campus, located at 909 S. Boston Ave. The first floor of the campus was completely redesigned and received a new look. Tatyana Nyborg, editor for the TCC Connection Metro Campus, gives a virtual tour around the renovated area in this photo essay.

The main entrance of the Metro Campus on Boston Avenue was emphasized with the college’s color of blue. Students and families are invited to come onto the campus entering through the Tandy Student Success Center. Photo by Tatyana Nyborg.
A beautiful rest area square with metal decorative benches, flower beds, and flags were built on the north side of the main entrance to the Metro Campus. Photo by Tatyana Nyborg.
When students walk into the Tandy Student Success Center, she or he can see a reception on the right side where students start their visits with advisors, financial aid, and enrollment specialists. On the left side, there is an ID verification station where guests obtain passes to enter TCC. The new security measures require all TCC students, employees, and visitors to wear TCC ID badges through an ID screening process. Photo by Tatyana Nyborg
A new colorful mural reflecting Oklahoma’s nature was painted in front of the Bursar office at the Metro Campus. Photo by Tatyana Nyborg.
Comfortable sofas and tables are installed throughout the first floor of the Metro Campus add more comfort to the area. Photo by Tatyana Nyborg.
The Metro Campus now offers new privacy glass cabins, where students can study in silence. Photo by Tatyana Nyborg.

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