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For Gabriel Weathers, TCC is the bridge to a career that he sees as a source of both income and personal fulfillment. The Charles Page High School graduate is enrolled in the pre-nursing program at...
Newman Civic Fellow
Rebecka Snyder found the balance of comfortability and affordability at TCC that she needed to pursue her education and thrive as a 2017 Campus Compact Newman Civic Fellow . But success is about more...
Fire & Emergency Medical Services
Joshua Sherman had always wanted to be a firefighter. Thanks to concurrent enrollment, the Rogers High School graduate carried almost one full year of college credit into the Fire & Emergency...
Management Information Systems
Taylor Finley found a calling and motivation at TCC that she didn’t anticipate. The Tulsa native’s experiences at TCC didn’t match what she expected. “I think I expected it to...
Nashoba Pannell got more than he bargained for when he chose TCC. The Charles Page High School graduate likes TCC because it offers a similar feel to high school, but found he’s exposed to more...
Christie Carr had unfinished business after a 20-year career in law enforcement. The Broken Arrow resident had a passion for art that she wanted to apply in a new career. “I decided to come to...
Native American Student Association Member
Saige Maxville is working toward a career in physical therapy, and she says she’s certain TCC is the right place to pursue her goal of working in health care. As a member of the Native American...
University Transfer Student
Colton Trowbridge has a plan for his education, and it begins and ends at the library. “I thought at first I was going to be a nurse,” he said, “But I decided it wasn’t for me...
Sand Springs native Reed Sowell didn’t take the traditional path to TCC. After graduating from Charles Page High School he went directly to Oklahoma State University in Stillwater to study...
Tyrance Billingsley knew he had a passion for politics. But it wasn’t until he worked on former Tulsa Mayor Kathy Taylor’s election campaign in 2013 that he learned he had a passion for...