A collection of archival photos and facts in a tribute to TCC’s 50-year history.
Sculptor Augie N’Kele was born in the Democratic Republic of Congo, Africa. He immigrated to the U.S. to explore opportunities in art and education, telling stories of Africa through his art.
For Bob and Eva Bonilla, education—especially their education at Tarrant County Junior College—is priceless because it led to more than knowledge; it led to love.
Four recent TCC graduates will launch the next phase of their academic careers with national scholarships in hand. Each of them plans to make significant contributions in culture, economics, health care or social issues.
TCC’s own Bradley Borougerdi, assistant professor of history at the Southeast Campus, shares his thoughts and expertise on the 150-year anniversary of the U.S. Civil War’s end.
The strong interest in TCC’s program continues despite recent high-profile police controversies. The academy graduates around 125 cadets annually, with each class running at capacity.
A record-overflow crowd of TCC graduates, their families and friends attended the 47th Annual Spring Commencement ceremony at the Fort Worth Convention Center on May 15.
Students submitted images of their decorated graduation caps via social media, and we chose our favorite one for a prize.
TCC was once again an official sponsor of Main Street Fort Worth Arts Festival and the presenting sponsor of the Growing Young Artists program, including a Young People’s Art Fair.
Who’s saying what on social media? View recent interactions with students, staff and the community on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.
Crystal Smith, adjunct instructor of horticulture at the Northwest Campus, shares cost-effective tips and tricks to get your lawn and garden through the summer heat.
Andy Rhinefort, instructor of heating, AC and refrigeration at the South Campus, shares tips on saving money and staying cool at home during the summer heat.
Starting in spring 2015, TCC offered an Associate of Arts in Kinesiology, Associate of Arts in Music, Associate of Science in Chemistry and an Associate of Science in Mathematics.
TCC’s Real Estate & Facilities department joined with the Information Technology department to create a classroom space to test new products and review, manage and maintain new technology.
TCC’s eLearning program serves more than 40,000 students annually, but success depends on the student. There are no teachers or classmates reminding students of work that needs to be completed by the deadline.
Tasked with identifying and implementing changes that will reduce waste as well as save the College time and money, Process Improvement and Projects helps long-tenured employees more readily accept new methods.
Teresa Ayala first set foot on a TCC campus more than 30 years ago. In May, Ayala returned to her roots: this time, as the newest member of TCC’s Board of Trustees.
Blessed to have been part of the TCC family since joining the inaugural faculty at the Northeast Campus in 1968, Chancellor Erma Johnson Hadley explains why 2015 is a great year for TCC.
TCC faculty and staff are recognized for individual achievements and awards received from November 2014 through May 2015.
Throughout TCC’s rich, 50-year history, there has been the clear, resounding voice of J. Ardis Bell, one of the original seven members of the Board of Trustees.
A TCC Foundation Board member and Distinguished Alumni of the Northeast Campus, Becky Renfro Borbolla explains how TCC has grown since she attended in the 1970s.
View photos and highlights from TCC Foundation programs and events.
View a list of the 2014 gifts, grants and scholarships to the TCC Foundation.