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TCC Joins the JED Campus Program

TCC Joins the JED Campus Program

January 16, 2018
TCC has joined the JED Campus program in support of student well-being and mental health. The program is designed to identify opportunities to enhance emotional health and substance abuse and suicide prevention efforts on campus in order to ensure schools have the strongest possible mental health...

Spring 2018 Enrollment Numbers on the Rise

January 16, 2018
Spring enrollment numbers are looking up, and it is at least in part to changes made to the semester schedule and enrollment procedures. “Our indicators look positive for Spring enrollment,” says Eileen Kenney, TCC’s Assistant Vice President of Enrollment Management. “We won...

From Immigrants to Oklahomans

January 9, 2018
"From Praha to Prague" follows the immigrants as they settled east-central Oklahoma as a clannish group of farmers and their subsequent struggle to both assimilate with their adopted country but also maintain their cultural heritage. “I chose Prague, Oklahoma, because it was first...

Improving Assessments

January 9, 2018
The new system, which replaces Weave, will roll out in phases during the spring semester, and be fully integrated in the fall. Improve addresses many of the criticisms users had with Weave, and should lead to more meaningful and robust Learning Outcomes assessment. “The point of assessment is...

TCC Opens Windows 10 Upgrade During the Holiday Break

December 5, 2017
TCC begins a “phased rollout” of Windows 10 to more than 3,000 computers across all campuses during the 2017 Winter intersession in a project that should wrap up before the Fall 2018 semester begins. The sheer scope of installing a new operating system on thousands of computers system-...

Second Saturday Student Service Starts Soon

December 5, 2017
Beginning in January, expanded student services will be available at the Metro Campus the second Saturday of every month from 8:00 a.m. to noon. Services available to students will include the Bursar, Enrollment Services, Academic Advising, Financial Aid, Testing Services, the Campus Store and the...

Pathways to Student Success

November 28, 2017
Three members of Tulsa Community College’s Board of Regents joined their peers from 29 other community colleges nationwide at the recent Pathways Project Institute 6 in Seattle. Board Chairman Paul Cornell, along with regents Wes Mitchell and Robin Ballenger participated in the final Pathways...

TCC Conquers 2017 United Way Contribution Goal

November 28, 2017
You did it! As of Friday, Nov. 17, TCC employees had raised more than $65,000 in contributions to the 2017 Tulsa Area United Way campaign. “I don’t think there’s a better community partner out there than the United Way,” says Paula Settoon, TCC Dean of Libraries. “So...

Dr. Ivy to Retire This Spring

November 27, 2017
When Bill Ivy retires from TCC next spring, he hopes it’ll take better than his previous attempts. “Technically, it’s the third, but it’s really the second,” he says. Ivy retired via the rule-of-80 from Oklahoma State University in 2007, then took a position as...

Nov. 16 TCC Board of Regents Recap

November 27, 2017
The Tulsa Community College Board of Regents met Nov. 16 on the TCC Southeast campus. Highlights from the meeting included presentations on Student Success stories, specifically the MathPath program, and Student Success Key Performance Indicators. During the Student Success update, faculty from the...

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