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  • 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
  • Tulsa Community College and Oklahoma State University today announced a partnership to help more students move from A to B – an associate degree to a bachelor’s degree – between the two institutions. OSU President Burns Hargis, OSU Tulsa President Howard Barnett and TCC President Leigh B. Goodson took part in a signing ceremony to establish nearly 20 new paths so students can complete an associate degree at TCC and transfer their credits to OSU to complete a bachelor’s...
    12/16/2014
  • TCC recently held the fifth annual Hannah Christian and Cassidy Rotramel Memorial Toy Run to collect toys for children listed on the Salvation Army Angel Tree located on the TCC West Campus. Sixty-eight children will receive gifts this holiday season because of the event. Biker enthusiasts from across Tulsa and surrounding areas participated in the Toy Run that honors the memories of two best friends from Sand Springs who were killed in a car wreck.   (Photo: Dr. Peggy Dyer, Provost...
    12/10/2014
  • Nourish Drink Café, the makers of superfood smoothie drinks, won the 2014 TCC StartUp Cup business model competition powered by the Lobeck Taylor Family Foundation. Nourish Drink Café founders Amy Murray, Piper Kacere and Rich Kacere received the $30,000 prize for first place. The trio own Tulsa’s first upscale drink café and offer nutrient-dense, plant based drinks made from fresh organic whole fruits and vegetables without added sugars, yogurts or ice cream....
    11/18/2014
  • Tulsa Community College and Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology are making it easier for Tulsa area students to obtain an associate degree, move seamlessly into a bachelor’s degree and complete all the required classes on TCC’s Northeast Campus. The partnership between the two higher education institutions involves transfer agreements in high-demand and technology-related fields such as Information Technology, Instrumentation Engineering Technology, and Civil...
    10/27/2014
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