April 2010

Enter entrepreneurs: TCC opens classes, competition

Tulsa Community College unveiled a new philosophy this spring designed to appeal to emerging entrepreneurs and reignite Tulsa’s economy. The two entrepreneurial endeavors include an educational program and a competition. Read More.

Training to protect

Approximately 400 firefighters will arm themselves with the current practices in firefighting safety at the Northeast Regional Fire School at Tulsa Community College’s Northeast Campus May 1 and 2. Read More.

Poland memorial features TCC conductor

The Signature Symphony at TCC’s artistic director and Signature concertmaster recently represented the U.S. in a memorial concert for the late president of Poland and his staff. Read More.

Honors Program student ready for next step

Kyle Noble is graduating in a few weeks from Tulsa Community College. But, his education will not stop there. He will receive a Nursing degree from TCC, and then continue his education this fall at a local university to pursue a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree. Read More.

Textbooks redefined

Tulsa Community College held an iPad demonstration for faculty and staff this month at the Center for Creativity at TCC’s Metro Campus. An Apple Inc. representative gave a hands-on demonstration of the device in conjunction with TCC’s effort to explore textbook alternatives. Read More.

TCC