Student Resources | COVID

Message from our Superintendent & CEO – January 19, 2022

We continue to monitor the COVID situation very closely, with the goal of keeping our students, staff, and neighbors safe. Out of an abundance of caution, and for the protection of TCT and the broader community, Tri County Tech campuses will be closed to the public effective immediately, through Tuesday, January 25, 2022.

These will be virtual school days. All students should reach out to their instructor for specific details.

Public Access & Service:
Tri County Tech campuses will be closed to the public, including the OU Dental Clinic, Cosmetology Salon, Fitness Center, Event Center, Auto Services, Venue Rentals, the Strategy Center, Osage Market, and Pawhuska Campus.

Child Development Center:
This closure includes the Child Development Center.

Additional Information:
If you have any questions please, email
Sign up for text alerts by texting: TCTALERTS to 833.661.0512.


Dr. Tammie Strobel
Tri County Tech Superintendent & CEO

COVID Safety

Our team will make your training as safe as possible. Here are a few things we are doing:

  • Following the COVID Guideline Flowchart,
  • Cleaning high-touch surfaces often,
  • Practicing social distancing, and
  • Providing masks (masks are optional).

COVID Resources

Attendance Policy

Academics and Student Experience

Student Handbook

If you have any specific questions, feel free to reach out to us at We will also share any updates or changes on our website, Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.

To sign up for school closure alerts, just text TCTALERTS to 833.661.0512 or visit here.

Student Resources:

Whether you’re joining us as an adult or a high school student, thank you for choosing to spend your time with us. You can find more information on our website under Student Resources. We are here to answer any questions you have!

Health and Counseling Assistance:

TCT remains committed during this public health crisis to promote student success by providing counseling support and services. Appointments can be scheduled directly with our licensed counselor, Julie Odell at

Emergency Assistance:

The Tri County Tech Foundation’s mission is, in part, access—all students should have access to the resources they need to succeed and finish their education. If you need food assistance or other resources that are hindering your success, please fill out the Emergency Assistance Grant Form.

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