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  • Tulsa Community College has announced plans to build a stand-alone Physical Therapy Clinic across the street from its Metro Campus.  The Clinic will allow students to gain required clinical experience in treating patients and provide physical therapy treatment at a reduced cost to the public.  Right now, TCC students must travel a four-state region to find clinics where they can complete their rotations. “TCC’s Physical Therapy Clinic will be a resource for the community...
    11/19/2012
  • Roger Shollmier, founder of The Galley, LLC, has been awarded the top prize in the Tulsa Community College StartUp Cup powered by Lobeck Taylor Family Foundation. Shollmier will receive $30,000 to support his business venture. The Galley is a work station that consolidates kitchen work areas for food prep, cooking, and cleaning into one central location. The second place winners were Mike Ishmael, Brian Carpenter and Doug Tatum of 4D Sales, for their iPad application designed for sales...
    11/13/2012
  •   They have served our country and now Tulsa Community College is trying to help serve veterans who return to college.  More than 2,000 members of the Oklahoma National Guard’s 45thInfantry Brigade Combat Team returned from a tour in Afghanistan in March and April of 2012.   Jeff Gruszeczki was one of them.  Before his deployment, Gruszeczki was a part-time academic advisor at Tulsa Community College, and upon his return he became a full-time academic advisor and...
    11/12/2012
  • Tulsa Community College and Langston-Tulsa pledged today to renew the partnership between the two colleges to help strengthen the transfer path for students from TCC to Langston.  The agreement allows TCC graduates with an associate degree to move seamlessly into a four-year degree at Langston-Tulsa and applies to six of the most popular programs. Accounting Business Education Human Services Management Psychology This agreement also allows a student after...
    11/09/2012
  • Oklahoma author and motivational speaker, Corey D. Taylor, launches a three-state motivational tour on Friday, November 9, 2012.  Taylor is a part-time faculty member at Tulsa Community College where he teaches public speaking in the Communications department. For Taylor, this tour is something that was birthed out of a sincere desire to infuse hope into hurting youth.  “I decided to launch this tour to embed hope into the hearts of hurting kids,” said Taylor.  ...
    11/07/2012
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