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  • Three candidates for president of Tulsa Community College have been selected to visit and meet with employees, students and the public as part of the search to replace current President Thomas K. McKeon before his retirement June 30. McKeon served TCC for 33 years in various administrative roles and for the last decade as the College’s president. Dr. Leigh Goodson, Dr. Richard Shrubb and Dr. Ann Valentine are scheduled to be in Tulsa on April 1, 2, and 3 for meetings and interviews at TCC...
    03/23/2014
  • Come to the 2014 EcoFest on Saturday, March 29 and enjoy family entertainment, see cooking demonstrations and learn about living a greener and healthier life. The theme this year is Growing Healthy Communities as EcoFest celebrates its fifth anniversary. The free day-long event begins at 9 a.m. and takes place on Tulsa Community College’s Northeast Campus. The festival features live music, children’s activities, environmental presentations, films, cooking demonstrations, and...
    03/14/2014
  • Tulsa Community College has joined a group of community colleges from across the nation in a program to better serve baby boomers interested in in health care, education and social services by helping them complete certificates or degrees. The group consists of 100 community colleges that were chosen to join the Plus 50 Encore Completion Program offered by the American Association of Community Colleges (AACC). “The goal of the Plus 50 program is to improve educational services that...
    03/12/2014
  • Tulsa Community College welcomed 4,219 first-time freshman students in fall 2013 making TCC the leader in the state for attracting new freshman among all public colleges and universities in the state. "TCC excels at the first two years of college because we focus on access, affordability and excellence," said TCC President Tom McKeon. "In fact, we strongly believe we specialize in the first two years of a student's college experience and make a significant difference in...
    03/12/2014
  • Who knew recording a CD could make history? But for the Signature Symphony at Tulsa Community College March 9 will be a monumental event as the orchestra will record its first CD in its 35 year history. “This has been a dream of mine to have the Signature Symphony at TCC record a CD,” said Dr. Barry Epperley, Signature Symphony artistic director and conductor. “We’ve talked about the CD for years and now we are going to make it happen.” The CD recording will take...
    03/05/2014
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