The Week@TCC 9-18-2017

 

The Week @ TCC

Wes Mitchell was sworn in to the TCC Board of Regents on Aug. 28.

Wes Mitchell was sworn in to the TCC Board of Regents on Aug. 28. Pictured are TCC President Leigh Goodson, Regent Wes Mitchell and Regent Chair Paul Cornell. 

Sept. 18, 2017

A Recap of the TCC Board of Regents Meeting

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.

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

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. 

Read the Q&A Interview with Regent Mitchell. 

 

TCC Hosts Naturalization Ceremony at McKeon Center for Creativity 

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. 

Read about the ceremony.

TCC Hosts Naturalization Ceremony

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Coming up on Campus
 

News IconCouncil and Committee Information Sessions Start This Week

 

The last two information sessions about the TCC College-wide Council and Committee Structure and Knowledge Repositories occur this week. 

  • Monday, Sept. 18 - 1 p.m. Southeast Campus Student Union Auditorium, 9101
  • Tuesday, Sept. 19 - 9:30 a.m. - Northeast Campus South Meeting Room, 2623  

News IconMcKeon Center for Creativity Hosts I Can't Solder with Fab Lab Tulsa on Sept. 25


If you can operate a hot glue gun, you can solder. Learn how to manipulate 500-degree molten metal around a circuit board and electrical components. 

 

News IconSignature Symphony at TCC Presents Family Portraits on Sept. 23

 

The Signature Symphony’s Classics Season opens with Peter Boyer’s critically-acclaimed New Beginnings. Featured pianist Horacio Guti√©rrez returns to Tulsa, home of his sister Mary Phillips, a long time TCC Instructor, to perform the fresh sounds of Prokofiev’s Piano Concerto.  The first Classics opening of the season closes with Edward Elgar’s Enigma Variations, which melds humorous and solemn overtones to convey musical sketches of some of his dearest friends. Join us for a stirring new season of Classics at the Signature Symphony.

News IconHelp College Students Impacted by Hurricane Harvey

 

The Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board is leading Harvey HELP (Higher Education Learning Pathways), a relief fund dedicated to helping college students affected by Hurricane Harvey. The goal of Harvey HELP is to bring the Texas higher education community together to help students successfully recover from Hurricane Harvey, return to classes, and persist on their higher education learning pathway. A gofundme page has been established to support Harvey HELP. 

At this time no community college fundraising campaign has been established for victims of Hurricane Irma. We will notify the TCC community when we receive word from AACC to help our peers in Florida. 

News IconTCC Library Now Offers Electronic Resources and Databases, including Full New York Times Access

TCC Library is now offering full access to the New York Times online and New York Times app through the NYTimes.com pass. This digital access allows faculty, staff, and students to read the most current issue of the Times as well as discover past New York Times articles. In addition to the New York Times, access is available to The Chronicle of Higher Education and the Gale databases.  

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The Recap

News IconTCC Campus Police Dispatch is on Skype for Business


Need to contact Campus Police in an emergency? Search 8888-Campus Police in the Skype Search Box and save the contact to your favorites. 

News IconCost Savings Survey


In order to be good stewards of our resources, Tulsa Community College is interested in your cost saving ideas.

 If you have an idea to save College resources, please submit your ideas here.