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What If Just $200 Stood Between You and a College Degree?

January 31, 2019
With Black History Month just around the corner, we are reminded that equality in education has come a long way... but there is still much work to be done! Students of many different racial, ethnic, and socioeconomic backgrounds often face unique barriers to completing their college education. Many...
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Give the Gift of Education This Holiday

December 20, 2018
“At a time when we give the best of our ourselves to others, we hope you will consider giving the gift of education that is remembered for a lifetime,” said Leigh B. Goodson, president and CEO of Tulsa Community College. “We can all make a difference. Contributing to a scholarship...
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Artist Behind 2018 TCC Holiday Card: Jose Ramirez

December 10, 2018
“Winter as One” depicts several animals working together and playing the snow. “It portrays a diversity of woodland creatures, wearing TCC colored scarfs, as they spread some winter holiday cheer by building a snowman,” said Ramirez. “I wanted my image to have a...
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TCC Expands Mental Health First Aid Training with Grant

October 10, 2018
Much like First Aid or CPR training, Mental Health First Aid is designed to give people the skills to help someone who is developing a mental health problem or experiencing a mental health crisis. Statistics show that up to 75% of mental disorders develop before the age of 25, making TCC’s...
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TCC Announces Campaign for Completion

October 2, 2018
Focus on Scholarships, Academic Advisors, and Student Success Centers “This multi-year Campaign is about removing financial, navigational and physical barriers, with every element guiding a student to a college degree, from endowed student scholarship funds to Student Success Centers on each...

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