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  • Tulsa Community College named the seven finalists in the 2014 TCC StartUp Cup business model competition. The competition is powered by the Lobeck Taylor Family Foundation with the first place winner receiving $30,000; second place $5,000; and third place $2,500. These seven entrepreneurs advance to the final round of competition. A panel of judges selected six finalists after scoring each startup’s business model and hearing a five-minute pitch from the entrepreneur followed by a...
    09/29/2014
  • Safety is a priority at Tulsa Community College, and TCC wants you to know how to stay safe. TCC has its own Campus Police Department with uniformed officers on all four campuses to ensure students, faculty, staff and members of the community feel safe. TCC offers a number of tools and resources to help student, faculty, staff and community members with awareness of their surroundings and knowledge of how to react. Stolen property, theft and fraud were the top reported crimes in 2013 at TCC....
    09/29/2014
  • The 2014 Tulsa Community College StartUp Cup adds a fun and interactive element to the highly successful business model competition. Now, the public has a chance to get involved and help their favorite startup advance in the TCC StartUp Cup competition powered by the Lobeck Taylor Family Foundation. In addition to pitching before a panel of judges, this year the semi-finalists will compete for the public’s vote as Fan Favorite. The startup that receives the most votes will be the Fan...
    09/19/2014
  • Everyone’s favorite cat in the red and white striped hat comes to life in the Tulsa Community College Theatre Department’s production of “The Cat in the Hat, ” based on the classic Dr. Seuss children’s book. The theatrical production brings the mischievous humor of the Cat in the Hat as well as the iconic and acrobatic Thing One and Thing Two to the stage. “I know some good games we could play,” said the Cat in the Hat as he entertains Sally and her...
    09/17/2014
  • Tulsa Community College and Rogers State University are joining together to make it easier for students to earn their associate degree at one institution and then seamlessly transfer to complete their bachelor’s degree at the other. The framework for the articulation agreements between the two institutions was signed Sept. 3 by TCC President & CEO Leigh B. Goodson and RSU President Larry Rice during a ceremony held at the Thomas K. McKeon Center for Creativity at the TCC Metro Campus...
    09/03/2014
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