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Trees being planted at Southeast Campus

Nearly 50 Trees Have Been Planted at TCC Southeast Campus

February 13, 2017
The trees represent multiple species and were placed on the north perimeter of the campus along 81st Street and on the east perimeter of the campus along highway 169. They stood between 8 to 12 feet tall and many of them had tree trunks measuring five inches in diameter. Because of their size, they...
Two women particpate in the I Can't workshop series.

Try Your Hand at Something New for 2017

January 27, 2017
These free workshops are perfect for people in or near downtown Tulsa who want to explore something new on their lunch break. They take place on Mondays from 12 to 12:45 p.m. and run Jan. 23 through April 3. Everyone is welcome to attend. The upcoming I Can’t workshops include: Jan. 30: I Can...
Professor Istvan Feher teaches a class at TCC Metro Campus

Fulbright Scholar-in-Residence Teaches at TCC

January 24, 2017
Feher is from Hungary and is an economist who has spent his career studying food production, agricultural policy and the economics and sociology of food. He served in the Hungarian government as the head of Cabinet of the Ministry of Agriculture and deputy secretary of state, Ministry of...
TCC particpates in 2016 MLK Jr. Parade

TCC Students Prepare Float for MLK Jr. Parade

January 11, 2017
“This theme reminds us all that we have to work together to overcome hate and discrimination,” said Eunice Tarver, interim TCC Northeast Campus provost and assistant vice president for diversity & inclusion. “As Martin Luther King Jr. said, ‘Intelligence plus character...

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