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April is Million Mile Month

March 5, 2019
This April 1-30, Tulsa Community College will participate in the Million Mile Month , a global challenge to achieve a million miles of activity for a healthier you, our College and community. Set and reach your own personal mile goal during the challenge, and help our organization reach #1 on the...

February 2019 Board Report

February 26, 2019
At the TCC Board of Regents Meeting on Thursday, Feb. 21, it was all business as usual until a drone appeared in the window of the West Campus board room with a sign saying “Thank you Hardesty Family Foundation.” The surprise drone fly-by was in conjunction with the Board of Regents...

Employee Wellness: February is Heart Month

February 5, 2019
February is most commonly known as the month of flowers, chocolates, and little heart-shaped candies branded with sweet sentiments. However, in the health and wellness world, February is also known as Heart Month. In the U.S., heart disease is the #1 leading cause of death among adults and by 2035...
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Tulsa Community College Named a 2019 Bellwether Finalist

January 29, 2019
A learning space for TCC students to get clinical, hands-on learning in the Physical Therapist Assistant program is being recognized nationally as an innovative workforce development program. TCC is a 2019 Bellwether finalist in the Workforce Development category for the creation of the Nate Waters...
Provost candidates Dr. Kristopher Copeland, Dr. Michael J. Self, Sr., and Dr. Angela Sivadon.

Open Forum with Provost Candidates

January 22, 2019
Next Monday, Jan. 28, TCC faculty, staff and students have the opportunity to meet and question the three finalists for the Metro Campus and West Campus Provost positions. The candidates are Dr. Kristopher Copeland, Dr. Michael J. Self, Sr., and Dr. Angela Sivadon. “The search committee and I...

January Board of Regents Meeting

January 22, 2019
The January meeting of the TCC Board of Regents included a positive financial report, assurances that the Federal government shutdown will have minimal impact on the College, and a discussion on the sale of a plot of land belonging to TCC. The meeting began with a student success update about...

Potential Property Sale to Food Home

January 15, 2019
The TCC Board of Regents will vote Thursday to allow the College to enter into negotiations on the sale of college-owned land between the Northeast Campus and Highway 11. Food Home, a non-profit led by Taylor Hanson, seeks to grow fruits and vegetables sustainably and make them available to members...
Bilingual Child Development Graduates Ready To Work

Bilingual Child Development Graduates Ready To Work

January 15, 2019
TCC graduated the first group of bilingual students with a Child Development Associate credential on Thursday, Dec. 13. The graduates are from a range of countries including Peru, Ecuador, Mexico, Venezuela, and India. While one woman speaks three languages and another woman has a bachelor’s...

Surveys Are Coming

January 15, 2019
This spring, TCC will administer four surveys that have a big impact on the College, but the success of those surveys depends on participation. “I ask that everyone take a few moments to do their part to make these surveys a success,” says Leigh Goodson, TCC president and CEO. “...

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