TULSA - The Tulsa Community College Metro Campus reopens Monday more than a month after an electrical fire shut down campus.
Classes were moved temporarily after a transformer blew, sparking a fire June 17.
A new electrical system was installed and all three buildings underwent restoration and extensive equipment and safety tests.
The campus will re-open with a "Keep Calm and Power On" celebration.
For more information, visit http://www.tulsacc.edu/.
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