TCC students participate in “Application Completion Night” 

The Tulsa Community College (TCC) University Transfer office and the Tulsa Higher Education Consortium organized an event at the Metro Campus, where students could complete an admissions application to a four-year college free of charge. The event occurred on April 3, 2024. 

TCC students gather at the Metro Campus Library Think Tank to complete applications to transfer to partnering universities, such as Langston University, Northeastern State University, Oklahoma State University, Rogers State University, Southern Nazarene University, University of Oklahoma, and the University of Tulsa. (Photo by Tatyana Nyborg)

Brian Cain (l), manager of programs and partnerships at the Tulsa Higher Education Consortium (THEC,) and Justice Jones, lead housing navigator at THEC, offered assistance to students transferring to four-year colleges. (Photo by Tatyana Nyborg)

John Norwood II, university transfer coordinator at Tulsa Community College, has worked in the University Transfer office for one year and three months. He says that the office handles events similar to Application Completion Night regularly. (Photo by Tatyana Nyborg)

Every TCC student who completed a transfer application that evening received a free dinner from Lenny’s Grill and Subs. (Photo by Tatyana Nyborg)

Jeremiah Callihan is majoring in psychology at TCC. He applied to transfer to Northeastern State University in Broken Arrow. His goal is to obtain a Ph.D. in psychology and work in a research field of new psychology. (Photo by Tatyana Nyborg)

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