Latest Tulsa Community College Stories
By SHANNON MUCHMORE Tulsa Community College is offering its courses on the Union High School campus. Tulsa Community College will be offering a few of its courses to Union High School students in a convenient location this fall -- right alongside the students' other classes.
By MARY BETH MARKLEIN Community colleges pride themselves on being the best bargains in higher education, yet affordability remains a barrier for many low- and moderate-income students. Tuition, though it's rising faster than inflation, isn't the main cause.
By APRIL MARCISZEWSKI Half of Tulsa Achieves scholars will return as sophomores, but TCC wants that to be higher.
By BILL SIZEMORE By Bill Sizemore The Virginian-Pilot Brittany Dixon starts classes this month at Tidewater Community College with a clear goal in mind: In two years, she'll earn an associate degree that will launch her on the way to a career as a nurse anesthetist.
By Bill Sizemore, The Virginian-Pilot, Norfolk, Va. Aug. 6--Brittany Dixon starts classes this month at Tidewater Community College with a clear goal in mind: In two years, she'll earn an associate degree that will launch her on the way to a career as a nurse anesthetist.
By Heather Caliendo When Kara Gae Neal became superintendent of Tulsa Tech, someone mentioned they were glad she was there for the other students. "Other students" is a phrase Neal doesn't want to hear.
Members of the class of 2008 who signed up for Tulsa Community College's Tulsa Achieves scholarship have until July 1 to enroll in fall classes and submit final documents to officially join the scholarship program.
Four Tulsa Community College students in four years have won prestigious Jack Kent Cooke Foundation scholarships, and the school's first recipient has won a second Cooke scholarship, for graduate school.
By MATTHEW BOWERS BY MATTHEW BOWERS THE VIRGINIAN-PILOT CHESAPEAKE - A student in this city just might be able to graduate from one portable classroom at a crowded high school into another portable classroom at a crowded community college.
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