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Helping Tulsans Earn More Money

June 20, 2018
A major barrier to college completion is the transfer process. Across the country, students lose an estimated 43 percent of college credits on average after transferring to a four-year institution from a community college, according to the federal General Accounting Office. OSU-Tulsa and TCC are...

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TCC Approves FY 19 Budget

June 18, 2018
“This budget is far from restoring the devastating state funding cuts we endured for the past four years as TCC’s state allocations decreased $9 million. While state funding remained flat this year, we have to begin digging ourselves out of this hole,” said TCC President & CEO...
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TCC Names New VP of Workforce Development

June 11, 2018
As vice president of workforce development at TCC, Selden will work across the College’s 38 workforce degree programs and 37 certificate programs that prepare students to go directly into the workplace. He will also assess workforce needs in the Tulsa area and collaborate with employers and...

Learning Labs: Behind the Scenes with Greg Stone

May 17, 2018
We recently took a tour of TCC's Metro Campus chemistry and biology labs with Provost Dr. Greg Stone. Dr. Stone is not only a long-time faculty member, but a Pathways Campaign donor who is personally investing in the future of TCC student success. It's easy to see his passion for TCC and...

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Windows 10 Arrives Soon

May 8, 2018
By July 31, your work computer will be updated from Windows 7 to Windows 10. Nearly 700 TCC employees have already made the jump, and more are upgrading every day, and the Information Technology department is focusing on classrooms and labs before moving to offices. “We will be in contact...
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TCC Student Named a 2018 Newman Civic Fellow

April 26, 2018
Now, Mason is one of 268 college students from across the country named a 2018 Campus Compact Newman Civic Fellow. The award recognizes and supports community-committed students who have demonstrated an investment in finding solutions for challenges facing communities throughout the country...

Physical Barriers: Student Success Center Update

April 17, 2018
Removing physical barriers is the third sub-goal of the TCC Foundation’s Clearing the Pathway: The Campaign for Completion . Removing physical barriers is closely tied to the navigational barrier sub-goal, which represents academic advisors, the human element behind guiding students through a...

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