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  • What was it like to be a nurse during the Civil War? What horrors did nurses see? How did they deal with stress? What kinds of medicines and medical equipment were available? The Tulsa Community College Civil War Sesquicentennial Commemoration presents “Blood, Guts and Glory: Nursing and Medicine in the Civil War” at 7 p.m. Feb. 16 in the Center for Creativity at the TCC Metro Campus. Karen Vuranch will portray Clara Barton, a Civil War nurse and the founder of American Red Cross....
    02/02/2012
  • Tulsa Community College’s Future Business Leaders of America-Phi Beta Lambda student organization is the largest chapter in the United States. The PBL chapter at TCC’s Metro Campus boasts 175 members, making it the No. 1 chapter in the country based on its memberships. This chapter has won numerous awards at national conventions, with TCC students competing against students from hundreds of two- and four-year colleges and universities across the country. FBLA-PBL is a nonprofit 501(...
    02/02/2012
  • Students, faculty and staff at Tulsa Community College will unite to educate families about the importance of literacy by hosting a free, public event. TCC will participate in its first Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service by presenting Words for Change from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday, Jan. 14 in the Fitness Center at the TCC Northeast Campus. Words of Change is open to anyone who wants to learn how reading and writing can be fun and engaging. The two-hour event will include poetry performances...
    01/09/2012
  • Just a quick reminder. For the upcoming semester, you can access Financial Aid Satisfactory Academic Progress Appeal Forms here. If you have other questions concerning financial aid, please feel free to contact one of our four campus locations. Contact information is available here.
    12/22/2011
  • Is it just a dream or a viable career? Tulsa Community College’s Launch program takes entrepreneurs with an idea through the critical steps of starting a start up in 16 weeks. The results are the groundwork to launch their business and relationships with some of Tulsa’s most well known business startup leaders. The non-credit startup program is accepting applications now through Jan. 13 for the next session. Individuals with an idea for a new business can submit them online a twww....
    12/06/2011
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