• Nash Academic Challenge Renewed

    Nash Academic Challenge Renewed

    Tarrant County College and The University of Texas at Arlington renewed their unique challenge to Nash Elementary School students. Because of this challenge, students have a chance to earn a college degree free of charge.

     
  • Focused on Student Success

    Focused on Student Success

    "Everything we do at Tarrant County College is all about student success," Chancellor Erma Johnson Hadley said to Nash Elementary students at the renewal of the Nash Academic Challenge. "We're also trying to create avenues through which you can be successful in a shorter period of time."

     
  • Leadership Processional

    Leadership Processional

    Chancellor Erma Johnson Hadley heads up the leadership processional at the 2014 Tarrant County College graduation.

     
  • Celebrating TCC Student Success at 2014 Commencement

    Celebrating TCC Student Success at 2014 Commencement

    Speaking to graduates at the 2014 TCC Commencement, Chancellor Hadley said, "This is absolutely my favorite day of the year because we all get to come together to celebrate you, our students, and your success."

     
  • First Graduating Class of Marine Creek Collegiate High School

    First Graduating Class of Marine Creek Collegiate High School

    The first graduating class from Marine Creek Collegiate High School poses with the Chancellor, TCC Board of Trustees member Bill Greenhill and other MCCHS leaders. Students have the opportunity to earn their high school diploma and an associate degree at the same time.

     
  • Marine Creek Collegiate High School Campus Graduation

    Marine Creek Collegiate High School Campus Graduation

    The Chancellor speaks to Marine Creek Collegiate High School students at their campus graduation.

     
  • Alumni Wall of Fame Dedicated at Northeast Campus

    Alumni Wall of Fame Dedicated at Northeast Campus

    TCC Foundation Executive Director Joe McIntosh, TCC Chancellor Erma Johnson Hadley, TCC Northeast President Larry Darlage and TCC Alumna Sen. Wendy Davis unveiled the Alumni Wall of Fame in the J. Ardis Bell Library. The Chancellor praised the contributions made by TCC graduates in their various communities.

     
  • Chancellor Visits with Sen. Wendy Davis at Alumni Wall of Fame Dedication

    Chancellor Visits with Sen. Wendy Davis at Alumni Wall of Fame Dedication

    Chancellor Hadley visits with TCC Alumna Sen. Wendy Davis at the dedication of the Alumni Wall at the J. Ardis Bell Library at the Northeast Campus.

     
  • Chancellor Serves as Panelist at "An Evening with Great Women"

    Chancellor Serves as Panelist at "An Evening with Great Women"

    The Chancellor participated in a panel discussion during "An Evening with Great Women," which featured key female executives from Fort Worth companies and organizations.

     
  • Groundbreaking Ceremony for South Campus Energy Technology Center

    Groundbreaking Ceremony for South Campus Energy Technology Center

    Mayor Betsy Price, TCC Chancellor Erma Johnson Hadley, TCC South President Peter Jordan, Vice Chancellor Nina Petty and members of the Board of Trustees participated in the groundbreaking ceremony for the new Energy Technology Center at the South Campus.

     
  • Southeast Campus Library Named for Founding President Judith J. Carrier

    Southeast Campus Library Named for Founding President Judith J. Carrier

    Chancellor Erma Johnson Hadley presents a proclamation to Judith Carrier, founding president of the Southeast Campus at the dedication of the Judith J. Carrier Library.

     
  • 2014 TCC Faculty Academy

    2014 TCC Faculty Academy

    The Chancellor speaks at the 2014 TCC Faculty Academy.

     
  • Trinity River Campus Celebrates College for Kids with Parade

    Trinity River Campus Celebrates College for Kids with Parade

    The Chancellor, enjoying the College for Kids Parade at Trinity River Campus, along with Tiffany Lopez Hamilton, director of Continuing Education Services.

     
 
 

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 July 31, 2014

 

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