Oklahoma Community Colleges

Oklahoma’s community colleges are dedicated to providing affordable and accessible higher education opportunities to all Oklahomans. These institutions offer a wide variety of academic and career-oriented programs, including associate’s degrees, certificates, and workforce training. Oklahoma’s 24 community colleges are located throughout the state, making them easily accessible to students regardless of their location.

The community college system in Oklahoma is designed to provide an affordable means of obtaining an education while also providing the necessary skills and knowledge for individuals to pursue a career. The courses offered range from general education classes to more specialized technical and vocational training. Community college students may also take advantage of the transfer programs available which allow them to transfer credits to a four-year university.

Oklahoma’s community colleges also offer a number of financial aid options to help students cover the cost of tuition and other expenses. These include grants, scholarships, and loans. In addition, many community colleges have partnerships with local employers, allowing students to gain experience through internships and apprenticeships.

The Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education oversee all of the state’s community colleges. The Regents provide oversight and guidance to ensure that each college is meeting the needs of its students and providing a quality education.

In addition to the academic and career-oriented programs offered by Oklahoma’s community colleges, many of these institutions also offer a variety of extracurricular activities, including sports, clubs, and student organizations. These activities provide students with the opportunity to get involved in their community and develop leadership skills.

Oklahoma’s community colleges are committed to providing all students with the opportunity to pursue their educational and career goals. With the variety of academic and career-oriented programs, financial aid options, and extracurricular activities available, these institutions are a great option for those seeking a quality education at an affordable price.

Oklahoma Community Colleges

School City Enroll In-State Cost Out-State Cost
Autry Technology Center Enid 706 $0 $0
Canadian Valley Technology Center El Reno 1,555 $0 $0
Carl Albert State College Poteau 1,922 $13,642 $17,767
College of the Muscogee Nation Okmulgee 252 $21,940 $21,940
Connors State College Warner 2,069 $18,460 $22,318
Eastern Oklahoma State College Wilburton 1,342 $13,884 $17,501
Gordon Cooper Technology Center Shawnee 837 $0 $0
Great Plains Technology Center Lawton 186 $0 $0
Indian Capital Technology Center-Muskogee Muskogee 1,944 $0 $0
Meridian Technology Center Stillwater 961 $0 $0
Metro Technology Centers Oklahoma City 1,027 $0 $0
Moore Norman Technology Center Norman 1,393 $0 $0
Murray State College Tishomingo 2,172 $17,761 $22,895
Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College Miami 1,769 $16,783 $22,933
Northern Oklahoma College Tonkawa 3,374 $13,328 $18,740
Oklahoma City Community College Oklahoma City 12,227 $0 $0
Redlands Community College El Reno 1,917 $16,570 $19,136
Rose State College Midwest City 6,722 $20,691 $27,068
Seminole State College Seminole 1,476 $21,590 $27,830
Tulsa Community College Tulsa 15,568 $0 $0
Tulsa Technology Center Tulsa 3,985 $0 $0
Western Oklahoma State College Altus 1,353 $17,508 $21,572

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