• TCC Celebrates

    TCC Celebrates

    TCC celebrated its 48th birthday in 2013 by holding a reception in Trinity River's Riverfront Café.

  • Chancellor's Distinguished Leadership Award

    Chancellor's Distinguished Leadership Award

    Chancellor Hadley, center, congratulates recognized biology faculty as the first recipients of the Chancellor's Award Distinguished Leadership Award. Members of the Biology department on all campuses exceeded several expectations by taking the initiative to revise their courses to be compliant.

  • TABS Tour

    TABS Tour

    The Texas Academy of Biomedical Sciences Preparatory (TABS Prep) program has partnered with Tarrant County College Trinity River Campus to provide opportunities to students interested in higher education and a future in the healthcare field.

  • TCC Wins Big

    TCC Wins Big

    Chancellor Hadley, left, and SE President William Coppola, right, honor Chipo Moyo, center, at the January Board meeting. Moyo won the ATD DREAM Big for College and Your Future video contest with her self-made video about her experience leaving her home country of Zimbabwe to fulfill her dream of an education at TCC.

  • GFWREC Education Summit

    GFWREC Education Summit

    Chancellor Hadley gives the welcome at the Greater Fort Worth Real Estate Council Education Summit in August.

  • Commencement 2013

    Commencement 2013

    Chancellor Hadley introduced TCC alumna and staff member Claudia Garcia, who delivered the spring commencement address. Garcia, a 2005 TCC graduate, began as an academic advisor working with high schools as part of TCC's College Access and Community Outreach (CACO) Department earlier this year.

  • Ground Blessing

    Ground Blessing

    Community leaders gather at the future site of the Major Ripley Allen Arnold Monument and the John V. McMillan Plaza, which will be directly below the Trinity River Campus, where the Trinity River's West Fork and Clear Fork meet.

  • CEO Breakfast

    CEO Breakfast

    The Chancellor met with CEOs of major corporations/businesses in the area to hear and to discuss workforce needs as well as workforce training and partnerships. The CEO Forum allows the TCC Foundation to build stronger relationships with the corporations/businesses that employ so many people.

  • Crowley South Campus Center

    Crowley South Campus Center

    TCC and the Crowley Independent School District celebrated the grand opening of the Crowley South Campus Center (CSCC). CSCC is a result of the educational partnership between TCC and the local school district. It is projected to serve 1,000 dual credit students and traditional academic transfer, workforce development, developmental education and continuing education students.

  • New Indoor Firing Range

    New Indoor Firing Range

    Chancellor Hadley spoke at the grand opening of the new Northwest Campus indoor police firing range. The new 37,000-square-foot facility will be used by students in TCC's police officer academy as well as by state, federal, county and local police agencies in North Texas.

  • Legacy of Women Award

    Legacy of Women Award

    SafeHaven of Tarrant County named Chancellor Hadley one of its 2013 Legacy of Women Award honorees in Education. This is the first time Chancellor Hadley has received the recognition since becoming chancellor. The award highlights women who are at the top of their fields and who give back to their communities.

  • New Heritage Series

    New Heritage Series

    Raymund Paredes, Ph.D., commissioner of higher education for the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, spoke on the importance of inclusive, multicultural education and culturally relevant pedagogy beyond K-12. The event was part of TCC's new Heritage Series, which aims to cultivate a diverse and inclusive environment.

  • Kids Vision Fest 2013

    Kids Vision Fest 2013

    For the second year, Trinity River Campus hosted Kids Vision Fest, an event that helps children receive free glasses. Many children with uncorrected vision lack literacy skills, causing them to fall behind in school, creating life-long struggles with unemployment and other social issues. Featured speakers included Chancellor Hadley and Fort Worth Mayor Betsy Price.


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 "AskToro"  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 June 04, 2014


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