New TCC programs coming on board include Human Resources Management and Nondestructive
Testing, Inspection and Evaluation.
Navigating the currents of higher education is seldom easy, but it can be especially
challenging for students who come from the military.
TCC is offering an Inclusive Access program through which students will have textbooks
on the first day of class at a very affordable cost.
Earline Green not only teaches others to work in clay, but also studies and creates
pottery to honor a historical legacy.
Fake news. Social media. Technology. Digital influencers. The 24-hour news cycle.
These trends have left an indelible mark on the news media landscape.
SI leaders need both personality and passion. They need not only to be able to impart
knowledge, but also to “model the way” for the other students.
A growing pool of talent that, with the right supports in education and the workplace,
could help solve the STEM gap.
Studies show that community college students who transfer to selective schools have
equal to or higher graduation rates as those who enroll straight from high school.
Students at the TCC South/Fort Worth ISD Collegiate High School now augment earning
an associate degree with marketable skills in two top industries.
The benefits of exercise extend far beyond the classroom, supporting the growth of
new brain cells, sharpening focus and increasing attention.
TCC has an elite, highly trained police force committed to keeping the College safe
for faculty, staff, students and the community.
Ebbie Smith is still going strong in his role as adjunct professor at Tarrant County
TCC Northeast welcomed Kenya Ayers as president in July 2019. Learn more about her
background and what she wants for the students the College serves.
TCC's Career Services offices work directly with area employers to raise awareness
of job openings and meet the business community’s needs.
TCC's Health Sciences Department fills the need by preparing students for success,
providing a professional workforce and meeting the community’s needs.
Companies are looking to hire skilled cybersecurity talent. However, employers are
running into a lack of available, trained professionals for hire.
Three Tarleton graduates credit TCC's lifelong-learning culture as a major contributor
in their ability to pursue their degrees.
Shalyn and Al Clark's professional and personal philosophies are intricately wrapped
around community service and involvement.
Scott Womack helps kids around Eagle Mountain Lake make the most of their education
to create better lives.
Heede has led a life distinguished by service and success, and has now taken on a
new role: president of the TCC District's Board of Trustees.