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  • Tulsa Community College Theatre Department will present “The Mousetrap” by Agatha Christie at 8 p.m. Nov. 15, 16, 21, 22, 23 and 2 p.m. Nov. 17 and 24 on the main stage in the VanTrease Performing Arts Center for Education.  The production is directed by TCC’s Theatre Coordinator Mark Frank. “The Mousetrap”is considered to be one of the finest plays ever written and is filled with suspense.  The classic British murder mystery has a plot that engages the...
    11/11/2013
  • Tulsa Community College has nearly doubled the number of minority students enrolled in the past 10 years with one in three TCC students identifying themselves as a minority. TCC had 28,545 students enrolled during the 2012-2013 academic year of which 10,049 students were minority or 35.2 percent of the student population. TCC takes its mission to increase access to higher education seriously and has developed a number of outreach programs to reach historically underserved and...
    10/29/2013
  • Tulsa Achieves student Conner Flansburg graduated from high school in 2012, but he has expanded his college classroom to include the world. He has already been to England and Scotland. He didn’t visit purely for pleasure, although he said he did enjoy the trip. He earned college credit by taking classes in TCC’s Study Abroad program. Flansburg has earned nine credit hours abroad so far. In May 2013, he took Humanities I, Humanities II, and Cultural Geography under professors Tiffany...
    10/29/2013
  • Call it extreme theatre!  The Tulsa Community College Theatre Department and the Student Theatre Association are presenting The 24 Hour Plays.  Just as the title suggests, this is an evening of theatre crafted in just 24 hours from writing to performing a handful of new plays. TCC students will gather Friday, Nov. 1 to determine the number of plays and the length of the productions.  From there, the creative process begins.  Writers have until 8 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 2 to...
    10/28/2013
  • Flo Potts professional career has been about serving, listening, mentoring and supporting.  She has spent nearly three decades in higher education and currently is the Tulsa Community College Metro Campus Provost. She was recently named one of 50 Making a Difference by The Journal Record as part of the publication’s annual Woman of the Year award.  Potts attended a special dinner with the other honorees that recognized their leadership in business and service to their...
    10/22/2013
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