• McLennan Keynote Speaker

    McLennan Keynote Speaker

    During her commencement speech on Dec. 13, 2014, Chancellor Hadley told McLennan Community College graduates, "You are never too poor to give back."

  • McLennan Keynote Speaker

    McLennan Keynote Speaker

    McLennan Community College President Johnette McKown with TCC Chancellor Erma Johnson Hadley, who was keynote speaker at the college's commencement ceremony on Dec. 13, 2014. "She influenced everyone positively with her speech," said President McKown of Chancellor Hadley.

  • Real Estate Council of Greater Ft. Worth Education Summit

    Real Estate Council of Greater Ft. Worth Education Summit

    The Chancellor welcomes attendees at the Real Estate Council of Greater Fort Worth (GFWREC) Education Summit. Jeff Davis, with Republic Title of Texas and chair of the GFWREC board of directors is also pictured.

  • CEATL Ribbon Cutting

    CEATL Ribbon Cutting

    The Chancellor greets guests at the ribbon cutting ceremony for the TCC Northwest Campus Center of Excellence for Aviation, Transportation and Logistics (CEATL).

  • Emerging Leaders Kick-off Dinner

    Emerging Leaders Kick-off Dinner

    The Chancellor visits with students selected for the Emerging Leaders Program, which provides tools, skills and resources for personal and professional success.

  • The Schloss Revisited

    The Schloss Revisited

    The Chancellor with keynote speaker, Yolanda Moses, associate vice chancellor for Diversity, Equity and Excellence with the University of California, Riverside, and Sheryl Harris, TCC executive director for program development and international initiatives.

  • Chancellor's District Holiday Luncheon

    Chancellor's District Holiday Luncheon

    The Chancellor (right), along with TCC Foundation board members, Lei Testa and Jay Bartley, receives a generous donation from JP Morgan Chase representative, TCC alumni and TCCF board member, Adrean Boyd (left to right).


Ask the ChancellorWelcome to the Tarrant County College website. Here you will find important information ranging from how to apply for admission and financial aid to the array of educational offerings designed to meet the needs of today's ever-changing marketplace.

At Tarrant County College, we are committed to serving the citizens of Tarrant County and are fortunate to be led by a hardworking Board of Trustees, equally dedicated to serving the people of Tarrant County.

Our services and programs come in numerous forms, providing options for two-year degrees, specialized job training, transfer to four-year institutions and lifetime enrichment, available to everyone from elementary school children to senior citizens.

Our campuses are also conveniently located to serve the various Tarrant County communities including south, northwest and downtown Fort Worth, Arlington and Hurst/North Richland Hills. And new to downtown Fort Worth this past fall, the Trinity River Campus East for Health Care Professions opened to provide state-of-the-art training to fuel the rapidly growing medical industry.

No matter the route you take, each and every one of us at TCC is focused on your success as a student.  If you have any questions while exploring our site, I urge you to visit "AskTCC" or to call our Information Center at 817-515-TCCD (8223).

We look forward to traveling with you on your educational journey.

Erma Johnson Hadley

Erma Johnson Hadley
TCC Chancellor


Updated October 29, 2014


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