A tireless supporter for our students, faculty and staff, Board President Louise Appleman
is retiring after 30 years.
One of TCC’s youngest-ever students now has her Ph.D. – at age 19.
Just as the community supports the College, TCC returns that support through a wide
variety of volunteer programs for students.
CARE Teams on each TCC campus provide responsive, thorough and individual attention
to students in distress.
Homeless and ready for a change, Kevin Brooks finds a new beginning at TCC.
Everyday heroes come in many forms. A number of them get their start at Tarrant County
DFW Airport invests in employees through a partnership with TCC Corporate Solutions
& Workforce Development.
Choosing between a community college and a for-profit proprietary institution is one
of the most critical decisions a student can make.
A pair of professors strengthen pathways between TCC and Historically Black Colleges
Dual Credit in Texas jumpstarts students’ education and the state’s economy.
21st-century skills are important building blocks of achievement in both school and
in the modern workplace.
TCC and business partners take the lead in equipping the North Texas workforce for
a successful economy.
Career and technical high schools–like the futuristic Dan Dipert Career and Technical
Center–help students forge ahead.
TCC dancers connect with others through service learning.
Horticulture Learning Lab Manager David Cole shares steps for a successful garden.
How Toro the Trailblazer became TCC’s beloved mascot.
TCC Southeast culinary instructor offers recipes prepared and served by culinary arts
students to raise scholarship dollars.
TCC instructor finds meaning in her work through personal encounters.
TCC alumna supports current and future radiologic technology students through service
TCC donors live frugal lives to allow them to help others.