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  • Tulsa Community College hosts the annual Red Fork Native American Film Festival on Saturday, Feb. 28 at the TCC West Campus, 7505 W 41st Street South. The film festival presents a variety of independent films that showcase the work of Native American actors, directors and producers as well as films that focus on the experiences of indigenous peoples. New this year, the festival will include a powwow featuring Native American dancers. “TCC is proud of its long-standing collaboration in...
    02/20/2015
  • The American Electric Power Foundation will partner with Tulsa Community College (TCC) and the TCC Foundation to provide $3 million over five years to launch the Credits Countsm program, benefiting high school and middle school students in Tulsa Public Schools. The announcement, which focuses on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) studies, was made today during a special ceremony at Tulsa’s Will Rogers College High that was attended by local and state officials, including...
    02/09/2015
  • Romance and love fill the air on Valentine’s Day as the Signature Symphony at TCC performs “Music of Love to Share with Your Love” at 7:30 p.m., Saturday, Feb. 14 at TCC Southeast Campus VanTrease Performing Center for Education (PACE). This special evening contains the lush romantic sounds of Mozart, Rachmaninoff and other musical selections under the baton of guest conductor Richard Wagner from The University of Tulsa. The program features highly recognizable compositions...
    02/09/2015
  • Tulsa Community College is 24th in the nation for the number of Associate Degrees it awards among more than 2,000 community colleges in America. The 2014 ranking is compiled by Community College Week. TCC had previously been ranked 29th in the nation. “We are thrilled that TCC broke into the Top 25 when it comes to the number of associate degrees earned by our students as compared to other community colleges,” said Tulsa Community College Leigh B. Goodson, Ph. D. “We are proud...
    01/21/2015
  • March with fellow TCC classmates and colleagues in the upcoming Martin Luther King Jr. Parade on Jan. 19 that encourages people to “Celebrate Change.” Marching participants need to be in position by 10 a.m. The procession begins at 11 a.m. at John Hope Franklin and Martin Luther King, Jr. intersection. Since several streets will be blocked and traffic will be heavy, the African American Student Association offers pick up and drop off from the Metro Campus. Pick up location: Based...
    01/13/2015
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