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    HIV and STI Screenings

    HIV and STI screenings are free, confidential, and take less than 5 minutes to receive the results. No appointment is needed.

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    • All campuses
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    What Were You Wearing Exhibit

    What Were You Wearing is an exhibit that seeks to dispel the myth that sexual violence happens because someone dresses in a certain way. Outfits featured have been recreated from the stories of survivors. HEADS UP: This exhibit contains descriptions of sexual assault. 24-Hour Information and Crisis Line: 918.8

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    • All campuses
  3. Facebook Live @ 5pm

    What's Happening in Student Life in April?

  4. OFFERINGS Exhibit & Opening Reception

    “OFFERINGS," an exhibition of art and poetry exploring themes of gratitude, respect, and connection will be on display at the McKeon Center for Creativity in Downtown Tulsa from April 3 – 27. Inspired by TCC’s common book "Braiding Sweetgrass" by Robin Wall Kimmerer, the exhibition features artwork by Tim Nevaquaya, a renowned Comanche and Chickasaw/Choctaw artist, as well as works by TCC students, employees, and community artists. Please join us for a free public reception on Friday, April 5 from 5 – 7 pm. Nevaquaya, an Emmy-nominated flutist, will perform and share stories about the Native American flute at 5:30 pm, and visitors can enjoy refreshments from Burning Cedar Foods while supplies last. Free parking is available in any TCC lot. Call before visiting for exhibit hours: 918-595-7339.

  5. Tulsa Sings! Best of Broadway

    Take an exhilarating ride spanning decades through Broadway’s greatest hits!

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    Health Hubs - April

    Students are encouraged to stop by the Health Hub to receive free giveaways and wellness resources.

  7. 2024 Total Solar Eclipse Watch Party

    Total Eclipse of the Sun - Watch Party

  8. Stage Acting with Mark Frank

    Whether you dream of appearing on stage or the big screen (or both!), professionals in theatre, film, and tv will teach you the basics on acting and auditioning. This workshop is your introduction to creating a character for the stage, including physicality, gestures, vocal style, motivation, and backstory. Mark Frank, an award winning director, playwright, author and educator, will lead this engaging and fun workshop.

  9. Free Coffee

    Need a little pick me up?

  10. Decorate Your Graduation Cap

    Want to bedazzle your graduation cap?