June 2011

TCC, University of Phoenix reduce college completion barriers in Owasso

Degree completion. It's a common goal that most every student has, and they begin dreaming of that day they will walk across the stage on the day they walk into class. The importance of completing a degree is on the minds of everyone from the President of the United States via "Complete College America" to the president of the PTA. Tulsa Community College is diligently making this goal its top priority as well. Read More.

Physical therapy clinic campaign countdown begins with $300,000

Tulsans, Tulsa Community College students and the healthcare industry will receive a boost with TCC's new Physical Therapy Clinic. People who don't have enough insurance to cover their physical therapy visits and those who don't have any insurance will get what they need at greatly reduced costs, and students will get invaluable experience. Read More.

A few words from the Best

Being honored by your alma mater is probably one of the most rewarding experiences people can have, aside from swimming the English Channel. Tulsa Community College chose a select few of its most distinguished graduates to be named 2011 Best of TCC honorees. Here are some of their thoughts about how they got here. Read More.

Everyone deserves Second Chance

Incarcerated offenders leave prison with little more than the clothes on their backs, but Tulsa Community College gives them opportunities to take something else with them as they walk beyond the prison grounds: a college education. The TCC Corrections Education Program sends college professors to teach offenders at Dick Conner Correctional Facility and Turley Correctional Center. Qualifying offenders take classes, earning college credits that lead to certificates of achievement and/or associate degrees. click here.

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