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Education

Veterans, Guard, Reservists and dependants are eligible for special services at Tulsa Community College. Visit the TCC Military and Veterans webpage to learn about available services ranging from counseling, advice on academic programs, and financial aid, to assistance with work/study and full or part-time employment.

Also, visit the TCC Veterans Resource Center and Lounge at the TCC Metro Campus on the 2nd floor of the Student Union Rm. 208 for information regarding services and benefits in the City of Tulsa.

For more information about TCC Veterans Services contact:

Caroline Baker, TCC Veterans Certifying Official
(918) 918-595-7279
Fax: (918) 595-7366
cbaker1@tulsacc.edu

To further your education in Tulsa, the following institutions of higher education are also listed:

Northeastern State University
Oklahoma State University/Tulsa
Tulsa Community College
Tulsa Technology Center
University of Oklahoma/Tulsa
University of Tulsa

You can check the status of your claim for GI Bill benefits online or call 1-888-GI-BILL-1.

Federal: The VA administers basic education programs for veterans and service persons seeking assistance for education or training. The programs may be non-contributory, contributory, or may be training for unemployed veterans.

Children of Veterans (Federal): If veteran's death or total disability is service-connected during a period of hostility, the children may pursue approved courses in schools and colleges under the Dependents Education Assistance program. Orphans ages 18-26 receive a financial stipend for up to 45 months schooling. Certain children beginning at age 14, may be eligible for special restorative training.

Widow(er)s and Spouses (Federal): Educational benefits and financial stipends also available to widow(er)s and spouses of certain veterans who died of service connected disability or who are disabled 100-percent from service-connected causes.