Tulsa Tech has been a member of Tulsa Engineering Foundation for many years. They support the Tulsa Engineering Challenge (TECh) by hosting it at their Riverside Campus and providing volunteers for the event.
TEF Representative: Shea Ferrell, Instructional Dean, responsible for the Pre-Engineering and PLTW programs. PLTW is Project Lead the Way program. 918-828-5115, firstname.lastname@example.org
TulsaTech Background: Over 40 Years of Advancing the Tulsa Area.
The oldest and largest technology center in Oklahoma’s Career Tech System, Tulsa Tech was founded in 1965 as part of Tulsa Public Schools. Tulsa Tech purchased its single campus (now the Lemley Campus) from Tulsa Public Schools and became an independent school district in 1973.
In 1992, the school’s name was changed from Tulsa Vo-Tech to better identify and promote the type of career-focused training provided at the school’s growing number of campuses.
Today, Tulsa Tech offers modern campuses with a new Owasso campus in the works. Construction continues to expand the Lemley Complex and Broken Arrow Campus, as part of a 10-year master plan to upgrade facilities.
As we look to the future, technology continues to play an increasing role in the development and delivery of Tulsa Tech programs and services. Plans include innovative virtual classrooms and additional on-line instruction and services.
Tulsa Tech’s classrooms, shops, labs and other campus facilities provide our students with cutting-edge technology, safe, modern equipment and a positive learning environment. We offer campus locations around the Tulsa area, in addition to our district offices, off-campus sites and mobile classrooms.
The majority of programs associated with a particular specialty are typically concentrated on a single campus. Career exploration, counseling services and free high-speed wireless Internet access hot spots are offered at all campus locations.
Course work is offered at Broken Arrow Campus, Memorial Campus, Peoria Campus, Riverside Campus, Sand Springs Campus, Skyline Campus, Health Sciences Center, and Off-Campus Programs
Counties Served: Tulsa, Rogers, Wagoner, Okmulgee, Creek, Osage, and Washington.