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  • TULSA (Sept. 19, 2011)— Where is the best place to park on campus?  Where is the library? When are finals? These are just a few of the questions the more than 19,000 students at Tulsa Community College can get answers to with the new mobile application TCCMobile now available in the iTunes App Store.    TCCMobile provides new or returning students and friends of TCC quick access to important campus contact numbers, event calendars, college news, and descriptions of the more...
    09/19/2011
  • The Red Fork Native American Film Festival hosted at Tulsa Community College is an annual treat for film lovers and anyone interested in Native American culture. The festival is Oklahoma's longest running film festival and presents films that showcase the work of native actors, writers, and directors, or films that focus upon the experiences of indigenous people in an effort to entertain and inform. The festival runs Oct. 13 through Oct. 15 at TCC’s West Campus, 7505 W. 41st St. The...
    09/11/2011
  • An industry in infancy Development of health IT field poses challenges By April Wilkerson Originally featured in Journal Record, Tuesday, September 6, 2011   OKLAHOMA CITY - Electronic health records aren't just today's information technology challenge; many people hope they're tomorrow's job creators. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics and Department of Education, about 50,000 health information technology workers will be needed to meet the federal mandate...
    09/07/2011
  • With the unemployment rate hovering above nine percent, today’s job market is on everyone’s mind. For women looking for greater career mobility, earning power or simply improving their skills, going back to college or starting for the first time is becoming an appealing option. Night classes, online degrees, and financial aid are just a few of the subjects to be discussed at the eighth annual Women in Transition workshop Oct. 13 in Tulsa. Women in Transition is a coalition of area...
    09/02/2011
  • (TULSA)-- Statistics show the surest way for anyone to land a job in their chosen field is to finish college and earn a degree or certificate. Students at Tulsa Community College recently made the pledge to complete their degrees and certifications before leaving community college during the annual welcome back Picnic on the Green at TCC's Northeast Campus.   TCC's Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society chapter members organized the campus pledge drive, mingled with...
    08/31/2011
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