Connecting Students to the Workplace
TCC and business partners take the lead in equipping the North Texas workforce for a successful economy.
Socially Conscious + Student-Ready
TCC's six campuses consistently look for ways to enhance the community and help meet students' basic needs so they can reach full potential…
Compassion in Action
Public safety programs like Fire Protection, Law Enforcement and Emergency Medical Service prepares students for life-and-death situations.
The Challenge to Change
Carlos Rovelo, instructor of history and government, discusses how social movements prompt the examination of rights and values.
The Face of Sustainability
For an organization with as vast an environmental footprint as TCC, attention to details translates into a significant and positive impact …
Conquering All Obstacles
Quentin Johnson tells about his journey to graduation, wanting other students who are struggling with a disability to know they are capable…
Addressing the shortage of women in technology as a whole and all science, technology, engineering and mathematics fields.
Destined for a Fiery Future
Jessica Eiswald, TCC graduate and fire inspector for the City of Burleson, TX Fire Department, is succeeding in profession dominated by men…
Cutting Our Carbon Footprint
TCC has taken measures to cut its carbon footprint by committing to use at least 70 percent renewable energy sources to run all District fa…
The Importance of Art
Angel Fernandez, associate professor of art, discusses a sad truth about the role of the arts.
The Real McCoy
Addressing major misconceptions about community college.
Igniting the Spark Within
Candace Ortega, the College's first female welding instructor, takes every opportunity to speak with high school students about what they c…
From Passion to Profession
TCC offers a pathway for performing artists of all kinds to turn their passions into a profession. Education opens a variety of career path…
Knowledge is the Right to Vote
Informed citizens created the American republic, but as the 2016 election unfolds, a quarter of Americans are not registered to vote. Votin…
Empowering Students with Autism
After research revealed that finishing college does not guarantee students will succeed in a job, TCC's Autism Syndrome Disorder program be…
Updated June 01, 2016