It is difficult to imagine the College without Chancellor Erma Johnson Hadley. She was so much – warrior, dynamo, trailblazer and megastar.
Most TCC buildings contain classrooms; this one is a classroom. The 87,000-square-foot, $42 million facility is one sign of a renaissance at South Campus.
Early college high school students, with their way paid by the school district and college, start taking college classes in ninth grade.
Madison, an accomplished administrator, teacher and leader for the past 22 years, joined TCC in August 2015 as the second president of the Trinity River Campus.
TCC is initiating an ongoing assessment process to ensure that its students have deepened core skills that will enhance their life-long learning potential.
TCC leaders set three Wildly Important Goals for the 2015-2016 school year with an aim to raise each by 20 percentage points.
Visionary proposal or empty promise? It’s one year down and one to go as President Obama seeks to make free community college part of his legacy.
Currently, more than 200 TCC students are enrolled in the Cornerstone Honors Program, where opportunities for academic and personal growth abound.
Students who attended 10 or more Supplemental Instruction sessions achieved an impressive 90 percent success rate.
TCC celebrated the 25th anniversary of the Registered Dental Assistant program, with Laurie Semple simultaneously celebrating 25 years as program coordinator.
Christian Green, a graduate of early college high school, shares how TCC provided her the opportunity to continue on after serious health struggles.
Recipes and tips from Southeast Campus Culinary Arts. Learn to make Sam Adams Pot Roast and Herb Roasted Root Vegetables, accompanied with tips from the chef.
The South Campus Automotive Program gives winter tips to protect your automobiles before freezing temperatures arrive.
Who’s saying what on social media? View recent contests and interactions with students, staff and the community on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.
Instructor Andy Rhinefort tells how the heating, ventilating, air conditioning and refrigeration industry is a highly technical field that is challenging and rewarding.
Helping Tarrant County’s workforce thrive, TCC’s ability to tailor personalized course offerings is a factor in attracting new businesses to the Tarrant County area.
As we stand in a period of transition at TCC, Chancellor Robinson looks forward to the exciting work we have underway to benefit our students, faculty and staff.
TCC faculty and staff are recognized for individual achievements and awards received from May 2015 through October 2015.
Daniel Berce and Johnny Campbell are two community leaders and TCC Foundation donors who understand the value of education.
Alumnus Thomas Menchaca explains why TCC proved to him that anyone can get an education.
View photos and highlights from TCC Foundation programs and events.
View a list of gifts given to the Foundation between Jan. 1, 2014 and Aug. 31, 2015 in honor or in memory of a family member, friend, colleague or other individual.