The Week Articles

Summer Research Students Present Findings

September 25, 2017
Students in TCC’s Applied Bioscience Research Course and several internship programs took a giant step forward in their academic careers this summer as they learned research techniques and presented their findings in a series of research projects. TCC students were among those who presented...

A Recap of the Sept. 21 Board of Regents Meeting

September 25, 2017
The Tulsa Community College Board of Regents met on Thursday, Sept. 21 at the TCC Metro Campus. Before moving into a series of presentations by TCC administration, the Board of Regents held a short business meeting. The Board of Regents approved a revised Student Immunization Requirement Policy on...

A Recap of the TCC Board of Regents Meeting

September 25, 2017
The Tulsa Community College Board of Regents met on Thursday, Sept. 21 at the TCC Metro Campus. Before moving into a series of presentations by TCC administration, the Board of Regents held a short business meeting. The Board of Regents approved a revised Student Immunization Requirement Policy on...

A Recap of the Aug. 28 TCC Board of Regents Meeting

September 18, 2017
The Tulsa Community College Board of Regents met on Monday, Aug. 28 in a special meeting held at the Conference Center. Chairman Paul Cornell swore in new regent Wes Mitchell, who was appointed by Governor Fallin to replace Regent Martin Garber. The Facilities Committee, chaired by Regent Sam Combs...

Get to Know TCC's Newest Regent - Mr. Wes Mitchell

September 18, 2017
At the Aug. 28 TCC Board of Regents meeting held at the Conference Center, Regent Paul Cornell swore in Wes Mitchell as the newest regent for the College. The Week: Regent Mitchell, what are some things you would like TCC employees to know about you? Regent Mitchell: I am originally from Washington...

OpenStax On Track to Save Students Thousands of Dollars

August 28, 2017
TCC’s participation in the OpenStax Institutional Partnership Program has been widely embraced by faculty for the upcoming Fall 2017 semester, which translates into hundreds of thousands of dollars in cost savings for our students. By using free online or low-cost printed OpenStax books...

A Q&A Regarding the Textbook Delay

August 21, 2017
TCC Campus Stores has experienced a temporary delay in textbook delivery for some courses. TCC leadership and the Campus Stores staff have been working diligently with textbook publishers to find a solution. Mark McMullin, TCC chief financial officer, recently sat down for an interview with The...

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