GREEN PROFILE: Present at the opening of the Center for Creativity’s sustainable roof top are, from left, Randy Dominguez, Dean of Distance Learning; Dr. Mary Walker, Associate Dean of Communications Services; Bob Schaefer, architect of Selser Schaefer Architects; Sally Kovac, Associate Dean of Business and Information Technology; Shannon West, architect of Selser Schaefer Architects; Dr. Flo Potts, Provost of Tulsa Community College Metro Campus; and Dr. Steven Wilson, Associate Dean of Liberal Arts.
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Tulsa Community College has unveiled its Center for Creativity, the $22 million, 46,289-square-foot building in the heart of downtown Tulsa at 919 S. Boston Ave. The building was designed by the award-winning firm of Selser Schaefer Architects.
The Center for Creativity was created through a collaborative effort between the college and the community, bringing together the best and brightest students and business leaders.
Inspired by the exploding growth in online education at and the need to look beyond the four walls of a classroom to better prepare students for real-life work environments, faculty have developed a new method of curriculum design and delivery.
The Center for Creativity is a space for transformational education to lead the community to new levels. The new facility includes Oklahoma’s first green/sustainable rooftop, a 250-person event center and state of-the-art technology and equipment.