Due to a power outage today, February 24, 2018
Posted at 11:40 a.m.
According to a 2015 report by JPMorgan Chase, health care is the leading industry
for associate degree and certificate careers in Dallas-Fort Worth.
TCC has taken measures to cut its carbon footprint by committing to use at least 70
percent renewable energy sources to run all District facilities.
A Q&A session with Chancellor Eugene Giovannini for his perspectives on the College,
the community and how the two become even more collaborative.
With a significant portion of the student body that is military connected, meeting
the needs of this group is important to TCC.
Striving to carry on her husband’s legacy, Keri Wilcox makes sure military-connected
students know TCC is here for them.
TCC offers approximately 70 detailed articulation agreements with four-year institutions,
paving a pathway to help students transfer.
Northeast Campus Adjunct Professor Katie Murray is painting the town, building by
Angel Fernandez, associate professor of art, discusses a sad truth about the role
of the arts.
Addressing major misconceptions about community college.
TCC is reaching area residents long before they finish high school, connecting with
students at every age.
TCC students Nathan Price and Abigail Ransaw tell about their journeys on the road
Culinary Arts Instructor Katrina Warner shares tips for pasta salads that are easy
to pre-pack and take to lunch all week long.
President LeBlanc has watched the Northwest Campus transition from a small campus
in the middle of nowhere to a hub of activity.
Southeast Campus is celebrating 20 years in 2017.
The South Campus is celebrating 50 years in 2017.
The Perkins Grant ensures local workforce needs are met, preparing students for employment
in high-skill, high-wage or high-demand jobs.
Jessica Eiswald, TCC graduate and fire inspector for the City of Burleson, TX Fire
Department, is succeeding in profession dominated by men.
Thousands of people benefit from TCC's ability to leverage its course curriculum to
meet the training needs of local businesses in Tarrant County.
Thanks to the grants received over the past two years, more than 100 students in the
Workforce Initiatives Training program have received tuition assistance.
TCC faculty and staff are recognized for individual achievements and awards received
from June 2016 through January 2017.