March 2010

Solutions for pricey textbooks
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People are talking—in the federal and state governments, in colleges and universities nationwide and in publishing companies. The subject? The high cost of textbooks and what leaders are currently doing and plan to do to make higher education affordable. Read More.

Opportunity rocks

Tulsa Community College’s Tulsa Achieves Program is fulfilling its purpose of making college accessible, and it continues to gain momentum. Read More.

EcoFest: Living greener is here

Tulsa Community College is leading the way in becoming a good global citizen by teaching the community how to be green. Read More.

TCC leads state in Early College Programs

Nationwide, Early College High School programs are drawing attention for keeping at-risk students in school by eliminating the divide between high school and college. They blend high school and college classes, minimizing the time it takes to complete a high school diploma and the first two years of college.
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Hospital donates $120,000 to fund TCC nursing scholarships

The Oklahoma Surgical Hospital has donated $120,000 to a scholarship fund dedicated to educating nurses and allied health students at Tulsa Community College. Read More.

Williams Signature Classics final concert showcases symphony, chorale

The Signature Symphony at Tulsa Community College 2009-2010 Williams Classics season concludes with the Signature Symphony at TCC and Chorale at 8 p.m. Saturday, March 27 at the VanTrease Performing Arts Center for Education. Read More.