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  • Many of Oklahoma's public colleges and universities have seen increases, some dramatic, in Hispanic enrollment in recent years. In a five-year period, Hispanic enrollment at Oklahoma public institutions increased from 3.4 percent of all students in 2005 to 4.1 percent in 2009, according to the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education. Nationally, Hispanic enrollment rose 24 percent in 2010, an increase of almost 350,000 students, according to the Pew Hispanic Center. The increase was...
    10/18/2011
  •   Judd Wheeler believes Tulsa and Oklahoma are at the threshold of the mobile communications explosion. Wheeler, director of digital media for Tulsa-based Comm-Arts, has put together a conference on cellphone and mobile communications use in business. “Many companies are apprehensive about mobile,” Wheeler said. “Some don’t know what to do or where to start when talking about mobile use in their business.” Tulsa Community College is playing host to the Art of...
    10/10/2011
  • Give this year’s costumes a dry run and stretch rusty trick-or-treat muscles at WestFest, a family friendly fall carnival hosted by Tulsa Community College’s West Campus Oct. 27 from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.   Fun, games and treats will be located in the Stephen J. Jatras Student Union, 7505 W. 41st St.  The free event is open to kids of all ages with fun activities for the whole family. Enjoy Jupiter Jump, music and carnival games. Free hot dogs will be served to the first...
    10/07/2011
  •  A job well done was the sentiment throughout the 2011 Tulsa Community College Foundation Vision in Education Leadership Award Dinner honoring Lynn and Stacy Schusterman Sept. 22. Nearly 400 family, friends and community members gathered to thank the Schustemans for their generous support of education. The TCC Foundation celebrated the most successful event in its 12 year history raising a record breaking $295,000 which will provide scholarship and academic programs for students at TCC....
    09/24/2011
  • By Kyle Hinchey, TCC Connection West Campus associate editor On Sept. 19, Tulsa Community College released an application for the Apple iPhone called TCCMobile. The application can currently be found in the App Store, free of charge. IPhone users will now have access to virtually the entire college website wherever they go. "The App will consist of the highest demand functions that we've found our users and faculty favor," said Susie Brown, marketing manager at TCC. TCCMobile is...
    09/23/2011
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