TULSA - Classes at Tulsa Community College's Metro Campus are set to resume Thursday after an electrical fire -- but not in their traditional setting, the school announced Wednesday.
Roughly 4,000 students will be relocating to the college's northeast, southeast and west campuses. The Northeast Campus will be joined by 79 class sections, the Southeast Campus 36 and the West Campus 68.
Student services will also be transitioned.
In addition, some classes will also be moved online.
CLASS RELOCATIONS (http://bit.ly/TCCpdf)
Tulsa Community College media relations representative Nicole Burgin says welcome stations will be at each campus to ease the students' transition. A hotline will also be made available Thursday through June 27 to help resolve further issues.
MORE: TCC website (http://bit.ly/TCCupdates)
Classes were canceled Tuesday and Wednesday after the Monday night blaze involved the school's main power distribution panel.