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  • Tulsa Children’s Summer Theatre at Tulsa Community College presents “A Year with Frog and Toad Kids,” a ‘toadly’ free musical performance for kids of all ages. This whimsical show follows two great friends - the cheerful, popular Frog and the rather grumpy Toad - through four, fun-filled seasons and tells the story of a friendship that endures.This musical is adapted from the three-time TONY-nominated Broadway hit “A Year with Frog and Toad” and based...
    06/09/2015
  • The Signature Symphony at Tulsa Community College 2015-2016 season celebrates American music in virtually all of the Classics and Pops series and the connection to our past and our future. Maestro Andrés Franco’s inaugural season as the Artistic Director and Conductor of the professional orchestra promises to create a memorable experience for audience members and embraces this year’s theme, Awaken the Music. “This season reflects my deep belief in the power of music:...
    05/21/2015
  • Michael Ferguson, a Tulsa Community College student and veteran, is a 2015 Campus Compact Newman Civic Fellow. He is one 200 student leaders from colleges nationwide recognized for their work in finding solutions to the challenges that face our communities throughout the country. Ferguson is a disabled veteran who wants to help other veterans overcome drug and alcohol addiction. He is a Human Services major with emphasis in chemical and alcohol dependency and is expected to complete his...
    05/06/2015
  • On a typical day, you might find men in prison uniforms planting seeds or watering plants at the new Second Chance Greenhouse at the Dick Conner Correctional Center in Hominy, Okla. The greenhouse is part of the TCC Corrections Education program where offenders, while in prison, can take college courses and earn certificates of achievement and/or an associate degree. The TCC Corrections Education program, started in 2007, includes classes in computers, hotel and restaurant management and...
    04/30/2015
  • Two teams of students from Tulsa Community College have ideas that will take them to Washington D.C. and the National Science Foundation (NSF) this summer. The two teams were named as top 10 finalists in the NSF Community College Innovation Challenge (CCIC). The students were asked to propose innovative science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM)-based solutions to some of America’s most daunting challenges such as infrastructure security, sustainability (including water, food...
    04/21/2015
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