September 2011

TCC releases TCCMobile for iPhone this week

Are you scheduled to attend an event at the Tulsa Community College West Campus but don't know where it is located? Or would you like to buy tickets to an upcoming concert of the Signature Symphony at TCC? These questions can now be answered by downloading TCCMobile, a free mobile application in the iTunes App Store. Read More.

This just in: KJRH donates news desk to TCC journalism dept.

Tulsa Community College works with local businesses to ensure TCC students get the best educations possible, and a recent donation is a reflection of the positive relationship between TCC and a local television station. Read More.

Business on a mobile scale: TCC to present conference on going mobile

Walk into a business meeting, an elevator or a grocery store and you see it: people checking email and surfing the Web on smart phones. It's something "everyone" seems to be doing, but how do local business owners mold this new technology to attract new customers and strengthen relationships with current customers? Read More.

International flair flourishes at TCC

Two vibrant concerts kick off the 2011-2012 Signature Symphony at Tulsa Community College season. The Signature Symphony at TCC begins the TTCU Signature Pops series with acrobats, aerial flyers and contortionists in "Cirque de la Symphonie." Read More.

Chase ups the ante $15,000 to Education Outreach Center

David Page, JPMorgan President of Northeast Oklahoma, donated $15,000 to the Tulsa Community College Education Outreach Center. This donation marks the second time JPMorgan Chase has given to the Outreach Center. Last year, the company donated $12,400. Read More.

TCC employees unite for Day of Caring

Tulsa Community College is committed to helping its community, which is why nearly 100 TCC employees painted, read, landscaped and tutored at this year's Tulsa Area United Way Day of Caring. Read More.

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