October 2013

TCC President Tom McKeon announces retirement

Dr. Thomas K. McKeon, only the third president in the history of Tulsa Community College, announced earlier this month that he will retire effective July 1, 2014. Read More.

Oklahoma Arts Council names Epperley 2013 Governor’s Award recipient  

The Oklahoma Arts Council recently announced that Dr. Barry Epperley, Artistic Director & Conductor of Signature Symphony at TCC, is one of two recipients of the 2013 Governor’s Award. Epperley will be honored for his contribution to Oklahoma's arts and cultural industry during the 38th annual Governor's Arts Awards in November. Read More.

Diversity continues to climb at TCC

Tulsa Community College is committed to increasing diversity, and recent numbers show that traditionally underrepresented groups is at the highest it has ever been. In 2012-2013, 35.2 percent of TCC’s student population was comprised of minority populations. Read More.

Officials break ground on new clinic

Tulsa Community College administrators, TCC Foundation members and community leaders met Oct. 16 to break ground on the Nate Waters Physical Therapy Assistant Clinic in downtown Tulsa. Read More.

Local entrepreneurs vie for TCC StartUp Cup

Tulsa Community College recently announced the Top Six in the 2013 TCC StartUp Cup business model competition. The six entrepreneurs selected advance to the final round with a wide range of products including a portable air conditioner/cooler, a home energy management system, an invention for CNG vehicles, and products for fashion, food, and family entertainment. Read More.

Celebrate family & tradition at upcoming concerts

The Signature Symphony at Tulsa Community College has two upcoming concerts that offer two distinct experiences for audiences. The symphony presents the Williams Signature Classics series “Classics Alive” at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 19 in the VanTrease Performing Arts Center for EducationRead More.