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OSU-Tulsa, TCC partnering to create new 4-year university experience

KTUL Tulsa logo KTUL Tulsa 4/20/2021 Ashley Ellis, KTUL staff
Leigh Goodson holding a sign posing for the camera © Provided by KTUL Tulsa

Students who want to earn a bachelor’s degree and stay in Tulsa will benefit from a partnership between Tulsa Community College and Oklahoma State University-Tulsa.

"College Park" will be a public four-year university experience at OSU-Tulsa with courses taught by faculty from TCC and OSU. 

“College Park is a direct response to calls for an affordable, public, four-year higher education option combining TCC’s nationally recognized experience in the first two years of higher education, and OSU-Tulsa’s role as a public, metropolitan urban-serving research university,” said Dr. Leigh Goodson, TCC president and CEO.

Applications open May 3 for fall 2021. 

“Our goal is to improve access to bachelor’s degrees for all Tulsans and reduce equity gaps in bachelor’s degree attainment,” said Dr. Pamela Fry, OSU-Tulsa president. “Two of the state’s leading institutions combining forces to create this experience for students will not only increase the number of bachelor’s degrees in Tulsa, but also save taxpayers money and help attract companies to invest in northeast Oklahoma.”

College Park will offer daytime classes for the full-time cohort and evening classes for the part-time cohort of business students.

Click here to learn more about College Park.

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