Tulsa Tech offers cutting-edge technology, and safe, modern equipment including free high-speed wireless access at each of its seven campuses serving seven area counties.

Broken Arrow Campus

Established in 1983, and with renovations completed in January of 2011, the Broken Arrow Campus now has 362,698 square feet of classrooms, laboratories and shops located on a 53-acre site. This campus includes a wide variety of meeting rooms for public use, including a 330 seat auditorium.

District Services Center

The District Services Center encompasses nearly a 10-acre site and offers more than 79,000 square feet of space for vehicle maintenance, storage, carpentry, facilities management and the district print shop. 

Lemley Memorial Campus

With over 541,000 square feet of shops & classrooms on over 40 acres, the Lemley Memorial Campus includes the Health Sciences Center, S.T.E.M. Academy, Career Academy, Training Center & Career Services Center.

Owasso Campus

Opened in the fall of 2013, the Owasso Campus is a state-of-the-art, 256,000 square foot energy-efficient facility with classrooms, laboratories, and includes a 51,000 square foot Conference Center for public use and student-training.

Peoria Campus

Established in 1976, with major new building construction completed in early 1993, the Peoria Campus has 171,470 square feet of classrooms, laboratories and shops on a 17-acre site. Peoria Campus includes six meeting rooms for public use including a 320-seat auditorium and two smaller meeting rooms accommodating up to 76 people.

Riverside Campus

Established in 1999, the 38-acre Riverside Campus is located adjacent to R.L. Jones, Jr. Airport and is the hub of the Tulsa Aviation Education Alliance, a partnership that includes Tulsa Tech, Tulsa Community College, and Oklahoma State University. The campus’ 283,000 square feet of classrooms, laboratories, and shops serve nearly 800 students per year.

Sand Springs Campus

Opened in the fall of 2013, the Sand Springs Campus is over 71,000 square feet on 6.61 acres, offering career majors in the areas of Graphics & Imaging, Cosmetology, Health Science Technology, Carpentry and a Construction & Design Academy.

Skyline Campus

Purchased in 1993 as part of a cooperative venture with Tulsa Community College, the Skyline East I building houses Tulsa Tech's Superintendent's Office, Business Services, Human Resources Department, Information Services Department, Instructional Development & Training Services Department, & the Public Relations Department.