September 2010

TCC training health, IT pros to make digital switch

In July, the Obama Administration announced a plan that requires all healthcare providers to move from paper records to Electronic Health Records (EHR) by 2015. Tulsa Community College has been awarded a federal grant from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act in order to meet the need for educated professionals who can carry out this task.
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Enrollment reaches jaw-dropping numbers

As an uncertain economy looms, one thing is for sure–people are getting better educated so they can return to the workforce with increased marketability. Tulsa Community College has the largest enrollment in its 41-year-history, and some colleges nationally are seeing enrollments so large that they are actually turning people away.
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Vision dinner sets fundraising, attendance records

Gov. Brad Henry responds, with wife Kim joining him onstage, after receiving the 2010 Vision in Education Leadership Award from the Tulsa Community College Foundation at the Vision Dinner Sept. 7. Read More.

TCC optimizes marketing efforts with social media

It's fast, it's free and it gets results. It has become the BFF of every communications entity in the world–social media. Tulsa Community College has used the power of Facebook, Twitter, MySpace and YouTube for the past two years to send messages to students, faculty, prospective students and anyone else who friends us. Read More.

Experience best of 'Phantom' at TCC

The Signature Symphony at Tulsa Community College kicks off the 2010-2011 season with the TTCU Signature Pops series featuring The Phantom's Leading Ladies. The concert is at 8 p.m. Friday, Sept. 24 and Saturday, Sept. 25 at the VanTrease Performing Arts Center for Education on the TCC Southeast Campus. Read More.

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