District Policies & Guidelines
From scholarships to dress code, Tulsa Tech spells out its policies for all students.
Check information below for current policies and guidelines for Tulsa Tech.
Policies & Procedures
Tulsa Tech operates according to policies developed and established by the Board of Education. The Board, which represents the local community, develops policies after careful study and deliberation.
- Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)
- Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) student release form
- Student Handbook
- Refund Guidelines
Tulsa Tech is committed to providing all students and employees with a safe and respectful school environment.
Both state and federal law specifically prohibit harassment of or by employees and students in connection with the district.
The district prohibits discrimination, harassment or retaliation based on real or perceived race, color, sex, pregnancy, gender, gender expression or identity, national origin, religion, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, age, or genetic information. This prohibition applies to students, employees and board members in any aspect of the district’s programs, including during school hours, extracurricular activities, technology center sponsored events, or outside of school hours if the conduct affects the education or working environment.
Please direct all inquiries regarding Tulsa Tech’s non-discrimination policies, including Title IX inquires and complaints to:
Chief Human Capital Officer
Director of Equal Opportunity
6111 E. Skelly Drive
P.O. Box 477200
Tulsa, OK 74147-7200
Required Title IX Training
In response to 34 CFR Part 106.45(b)(10) – 2020 Title IX Regulations it is the District’s policy to publicly post training materials used to train personnel responsible for addressing Title IX inquiries and complaints.The District’s complete Title IX policy and the link to the Title IX training materials are linked below for reference.
Freedom of Expression
Tulsa Technology Center respects and values student activism. We take pride in our students’ interactions with social and political issues, viewing it as a desirable, if not essential, component of civic engagement and, therefore, have adopted a Freedom of Expression policy. The policy protects the rights of voluntary assembly, allows the use of facilities for peaceful assembly, welcomes guest speakers, and protects the exercise of these rights from disruption or interference.
Freedom of Expression Report In accordance with Oklahoma Senate Bill 361 (passed by the Oklahoma Legislature and signed into law April 29, 2019), each public institution of higher education shall report to the Governor and the Legislature as well as publicly post on its website a report that details barriers to, or incidents of disruption of, free expression on campus.
During the 2020 calendar year, no complaints or reports were filed pertaining to barriers to free expression at any of Tulsa Tech’s campuses.