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  • The Corrections Education Program at Tulsa Community College received $50,000 from the Masonic Charity Foundation of Oklahoma this week. The funds benefit the TCC Foundation Second Chance Scholarship that provides financial assistance to eligible offenders who take courses. This donation comes the same week that 32 graduates receive certificates of achievement from TCC at Dick Conner Correctional Facility near Hominy. Additionally, two graduates are receiving degrees in Associate in Applied...
    07/24/2014
  • The Tulsa Children’s Summer Theatre at Tulsa Community College announces the 2014 summer production of Disney’s “The Little Mermaid, Jr.” The Tulsa Children’s Summer Theatre offers free opportunities for children in the Tulsa area, between the ages of 5 to 14, to experience the arts and use their imagination and creativity. “There is something magical about a child getting to sing and act on stage and there are so many benefits to help them develop as young...
    07/15/2014
  • Tulsa Community College students in the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) Projects class ended the semester with near space ballooning in Hutchison, Kan. at the Great Plains Super Launch in June. Several other schools, researchers and hobbyists attended the event. The group worked together to launch a balloon carrying a payload with data-gathering tools and cameras to 101,000 feet. Amazing photos and videos of this and other near space ballooning events can be found on its website. TCC students...
    07/07/2014
  • Tulsa Community College celebrated the completion of its new Nate Waters Physical Therapy Clinic at TCC’s Metro Campus with a dedication ceremony today. The facility provides clinical learning opportunities for TCC students and is expected to begin seeing patients in August 2014. “With this facility, we are opening our doors to a greater level of quality care and service within Tulsa, said TCC President Tom McKeon. “This new facility allows TCC Physical Therapy Assistant...
    06/26/2014
  • A report released by the Lobeck Taylor Family Foundation and Tulsa Community College StartUp Cup shows the StartUp Cup competition for entrepreneurs has had a significant economic impact creating 300 full-time jobs and 2,000 part-time or contract positions and adding more than $85.1 million to the Tulsa economy. “Local entrepreneurship is important to the success of Tulsa’s economy with entrepreneur and small-business ventures accounting for 82 percent of our business community,...
    06/24/2014
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