April 2011

Tulsans breathe life into economy as entrepreneurs

A Tulsa-based competition is changing the tide of the economic downturn by encouraging entrepreneurs. The SpiritBank/Tulsa Community College Entrepreneurial Spirit Award kicked off its 2011 competition earlier this month, and past winners are proof that the competition is working to build the local, and even national, economy. Read More.

Sinor says ‘thank you’

As a single mom, non-traditional and first-generation college student, Crystal Sinor had the odds stacked against her. But she received her associate degree from Tulsa Community College last fall, and she is on her way to becoming a dental hygienist after being accepted into the University of Oklahoma's Dental Hygiene Program this spring. 
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Nursing: Then and now

When the Nursing Program began at Tulsa Community College in 1971, things were a lot different. There weren't digital blood pressure monitors and students were taught how to take temperatures the old-fashioned way. Thank goodness times have changed. Read More.