TCC Enters Phase One of Campus Return for Fall

Courtesy Tulsa Community College
COMPUTER ACCESS: Anahi Palafox is one of the students taking advantage of computer access on campus. Computers are available by appointment at the Northeast Campus Facet Center in the Enterprise Building and at the Southeast Campus Library. 

Tulsa Community College’s first phase of its Return to Campus plan provides students limited access to computers for the summer semester at two campuses, but how they access the buildings and the computers is very different. 
This is the first phase of restarting on-campus operations as TCC looks to resume in-person classes, one of four choices for courses including online, online live and blended, for the fall. 
Beginning in June, students were able to use computers at the Southeast Campus Library and will continue to have access to computers at the Northeast Campus Facet Center in the Enterprise Building. Students have specific entrances into the buildings, the south entrance for the Enterprise Building at Northeast Campus and the Library entrance facing the campus bookstore at Southeast Campus. 
Thermal scanners are set up at the entrances and an additional temperature check with a forehead thermometer may be required. Students need their TCC student ID to enter. In addition, TCC requires the use of face coverings on campus and expects students to maintain physical distancing.
Students need to reserve computers in advance. Reservations, in one-hour blocks for up to two hours a day, are done with an online scheduler or by calling the Northeast Campus Facet Center at 918-595-7592 or the Southeast Campus Library at 918-595-7701. The computer labs are open with limited hours from 10 a.m. – 6 p.m., Monday – Friday. Students can also use the printers.