TCC Forensics team wins national awards

TCC Forensics Team Wins National Sweepstakes Award

June 6, 2016
The TCC Forensics and Speech team brought home the gold at Junior Varsity National Tournament in Hutchinson, Kansas, winning the team sweepstakes first place award as overall top school at the tournament. The JV National Tournament is for college and university competitors that have competed for...
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TCC Foundation Names New Director of Development

June 2, 2016
Prior to joining TCC, Hutchings was the Corporate & Government Affairs Manager for American Airlines covering Oklahoma. She represented American during their various changes ranging from introducing new leadership, restructuring, and their most recent merger with US Airways. Hutchings began her...

TCC Forensics Team Wins National Sweepstakes Award

May 20, 2016
The 2015-2016 Tulsa Community College Forensics and Speech students raised the bar by earning more individual and team awards at state and national competitions than in previous years. The TCC Forensics and Speech team brought home the gold at Junior Varsity National Tournament in Hutchinson,...


Andrea Haddox Named Newman Civic Fellow

TCC Student Named Newman Civic Fellow

May 2, 2016
Andrea Haddox, a Tulsa Community College student, has been named a 2016 Newman Civic Fellow by Campus Compact. She is one of 218 student leaders recognized from colleges nationwide for finding solutions and taking action to affect long-term social changes. Haddox is President of the Alpha Zeta...
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Mike Turpen is 2016 TCC Commencement Speaker

April 27, 2016
Former Oklahoma Attorney General and political pundit Michael C. Turpen will deliver the keynote address at the 46th annual Tulsa Community College Commencement Ceremony. Turpen is an Oklahoma State Regent for Higher Education and has served since his appointment by Governor Brad Henry in May 2009...

TCC Student Starts Race to Battle Veteran Suicide

April 21, 2016
A Marine Corps veteran herself, Tulsa Community College student Megan Lowry, wanted to do something to stop the number of veteran suicides by bringing awareness to the problem in our community. She lost her father, Wayne Lowry, to suicide in April 2014 and with an estimated 22 veterans committing...


Family Fun Fair Celebrates 30 Years

April 4, 2016
Helping Green Country parents raise healthy and happy children is the focus of the 2016 Family Fun Fair as it celebrates 30 years. This Tulsa tradition brings families together in a safe and educational environment and fosters early childhood development. The Family Fun Fair is 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.,...