• Fort Worth Mayor Celebrates TCC's 50th

    Fort Worth Mayor Celebrates TCC's 50th

    Fort Worth Mayor Betsy Price and Chancellor Hadley at TCC's 50th anniversary celebration.

  • TCC: Past and Present

    TCC: Past and Present

    TCC's chancellors, past and present, pose with members of the Board of Trustees at the 50th anniversary celebration at Panther Island on August 1. Front Row, L to R: Former Chancellors Joe B. Rushing, C.A. Roberson, Leonardo de la Garza and Current Chancellor Erma Johnson Hadley.

  • Breakfast with Our Elders

    Breakfast with Our Elders

    On July 31, the Chancellor participated in the Second Annual Breakfast with Our Elders, which recognizes elders as WAVES (Wise, Accomplished, Valued Elders). L to R: Former State Rep. Barbara Mallory Carraway; Sandy Joyce, editor LaVida News; Honoree Ernest Mackey; Chancellor Hadley and TCC Board Member Gwen Morrison.

  • TCU and TCC Work Together

    TCU and TCC Work Together

    Texas Christian University Chancellor Victor J. Boschini Jr. and Tarrant County College Chancellor Erma Johnson Hadley shake hands after signing the articulation agreement for the two schools on July 20.

  • New Member on the Board of Trustees

    New Member on the Board of Trustees

    The Chancellor and the Board of Trustees, including newest member, Teresa Ayala (First row, far right).

  • Emerging Leaders Graduates

    Emerging Leaders Graduates

    The Chancellor with 2015 graduates of the Emerging Leaders program.

  • Spirit of Enterprise Award

    Spirit of Enterprise Award

    The Chancellor and Board President Louise Appleman accept the Spirit of Enterprise Award from Bob Pence, outgoing chairman of the Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce.


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 March 02, 2015


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