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Student pursues goal of becoming nurse with help from Education Access Center

January 25, 2013
Having a learning disability hasn’t stopped India Washington from reaching her education goals. Washington is finishing up an Associate in Science Degree in Pre-Nursing at Tulsa Community College and has been accepted to the University of Central Oklahoma. At UCO this fall, she will pursue a...

Learn bass fishing strategy from the experts ahead of the Bassmaster Classic

January 22, 2013
Tulsa Community College will host five of America’s top professional anglers in a four-week Bass Techniques program in Tulsa as Grand Lake gets set to host the prestigious Bassmaster Classic at the end of February. Two previous Bassmaster Classic Champions Paul Elias and Ken Cook will be part of...

Show your creative side in Outside the Lines writing competition

January 22, 2013
Do you have a way with the written word? Then enter Tulsa Community College's Outside the Lines, an annual creative writing contest and anthology with categories open to TCC students, Tulsa high school students and TCC faculty and staff. Submissions are being accepted now through March 1. The...

TCC President Tom McKeon recognized for his success in higher education

January 14, 2013
Tulsa Community College President Tom McKeon is named one of the Oklahomans of the Year for 2012. Oklahoma Magazine selected McKeon and four others for their work in building a stronger community and a better Oklahoma. In recognizing McKeon, he was called ‘The Cultivator’ because his business is...

Start your own business with the help of Launch in 2013

January 8, 2013
Launch: Your Entrepreneurial Journey is accepting applications for Flight V. The Launch program, powered by Tulsa Community College, takes aspiring entrepreneurs through the critical steps of starting a business. This classroom-free approach shows entrepreneurs how to take their startup concept to...

Tinkering School turns small appliances into art with the help of TCC students

January 7, 2013
Tyler Nitsche was always curious. He remembers taking things apart and rebuilding them as a kid and now he is paying it forward. The TCC student volunteered to be a mentor for the first ever Tinkering School at Tulsa’s Fab Lab, sponsored by Tulsa Alliance for Engineering, where middle and...

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