Select one for Workshop One and a different one for Workshop Two.
All Student Workshops are repeated. From the entire list, select two.
ACT Test Preparation
Learn why you need to take the ACT test, what to expect & how to prepare.
Libby Adjei, Community Organizer Union Schools
Kezia Daniels, Coordinator of Student Services, ORU eAcademy
College Essay Writing
Learn the writing process and college expectations for
essay writing. We will review the basic 5 paragraph
essay formats and discuss how to adjust the format to
different writing situations, including in-class essays and
longer research papers.
Sydney Teel , Assistant Professor, English/FACET
Does this Major Make Me Look P.H.A.T.?
Students will learn how to choose a major and the difference between a job and a career.
Thesha Zeigler, Career Placement Advisor
Test Anxiety: Tips & Techniques to Help Manage the Stress of College Coursework
Students learn tips and techniques for reducing anxiety.
Learn to develop study plans, methods of relaxation, and
foods to power us through tough times.
Stephanie Kelle, English Instructional Specialist &
STEMming the tide: Building America’s Technological Future
STEM = Science, Technology, Engineering and Math. Many high demand and lucrative careers require the skills and knowledge learned in these areas. This session explores the many avenues and specializations.
David Sollars, Associate Dean STEM
Health Professions: Educating Future Caregivers
Get an overview of Associate Degree/Certification healthcare programs offered at TCC and the related healthcare professions and potential earnings.
Nancy Vitali, Associate Professor of Nursing,
Charlotte Stith, Assistant Professor of Health Info
Adrienne Morecraft, Specialist Health Sciences
Show Me the Money
Learn scholarship essay-writing tricks that will increase the chances of winning free money to finance education.
Cathy Campbell, Associate Professor Spanish
Fit to Be Tied: Dealing with College Stress
Get a brief overview that identifies stress and options on
how to manage stress through healthy lifestyle
Ed Cizek, Fitness Center Manager
TCC’s Fire and EMS Program
TCC has a long-standing successful Fire & EMS program
with Certificate & Associate Degree options. Faculty, staff
& uniformed Fire Fighters & Paramedics will meet
students & answer questions.
Ernie Evans, Associate Dean Liberal Arts,
Leaugeay Barnes, Assistant Professor FEMS
Strategies for Becoming a Successful Teacher
Participants who are considering becoming teachers will
learn about the preparation, requirements, skills and
characteristics of successful teachers. Be prepared to be
engaged in the learning and have fun!
Tony Alonso, Dean of Diversity & Civic Engagement
Dream Big! Pursuing Life-Changing Experiences in College
Learn how to change the course of your life through study abroad.
David Ruskoski, Assistant Professor, History
Advantages of Learning a Second Language for Your Career
With the rapid globalization in the U.S. and Oklahoma, a
second language is a benefit. Examples of jobs needing
or requiring a second language as well as brief language
lessons will be presented.
Pamela Chew, Associate Professor, Foreign Language
Not Your Parents Library
Librarians will speak about current services. With
everything from Wii to graphic novels to laptop stations,
this interactive session proves it is “not your parent’s
Andy Taylor, Librarian,
Mike Meisenheimer, Library Manager,
Gisele McDaniel, Librarian
Are You Ready for an Online Class?
Learn what is involved in an online or blended course compared to on-campus courses.
Glenn Jones, Assistant Professor, Computer Information Systems/Networking
Navigating the Enrollment Process: Google Maps don’t work here!
A brief overview of the enrollment process as well as tips for making the process smoother.
Jon Smythe, Director of Enrollment Services
Rev Your Search Engine: High Performance Web Tools
Learn techniques for critical evaluation of sources, use of
an effective search engine, and ways to collaborate with
Dorothy Minor, Associate Professor English
Sloan Davis, Assistant Professor English
Overhaulin’: Turning our Vehicles Electric
Overview of how electrical vehicles work (with
demonstrations) and the skills needed to become
electronics or electrical engineer.
Thomas Henderson, Associate Professor Electronics
Tulsa Community College
Metro Campus: 909 South Boston Avenue Tulsa, Oklahoma 74119
Northeast Campus: 3727 East Apache Street Tulsa, Oklahoma 74115
Southeast Campus: 10300 East 81st Street Tulsa, Oklahoma 74133
West Campus: 7505 W 41st Street South Tulsa, Oklahoma 74107
Conference Center: 6111 East Skelly Drive Tulsa, Oklahoma 74135