Public safety programs like Fire Protection, Law Enforcement and Emergency Medical
Service prepares students for life-and-death situations.
The early college high school experience makes it possible for a broader component
of the state’s population to benefit from the intensive educational opportunity.
Early college high school exposed twins Andrea and Alondra Aleman to myriad career
In the spring of 2018, close to 1,300 students signed up for nearly 5,000 senior education
classes at TCC.
Ninety-two-year-old Izora Jones is still attending TCC after 30 years and has completed
172 classes as of spring 2018.
As the number of jobs in the health sciences, hospitality, police, fire and rescue
and others continue to grow, so will the need for highly skilled workers.
Murray Fortner was named a Piper Professor for his superior academic, scientific and
scholarly achievements and dedication to teaching.
TCC’s six campuses consistently look for ways to enhance the community and help meet
students' basic needs so they can reach full potential.
With targeted cyberattacks on the rise, those with highly skilled technical knowledge
are attractive to recruiters and employers.
A look into the Trinity River art collection acquired during the property purchase
from Radio Shack and worth well north of $2 million.
Tips from the Department of Culinary Arts, Dietetics and Hospitality to help you avoid
overindulging during the holidays.
Voting is a privilege, a right and a moral duty for every American citizen, yet, voter
turnout in national elections has declined since 1960.
International students work to overcome challenges to higher education in the U.S.
In spring 2018, students from 71 different countries were registered at TCC.
The Arlington Logistics Center by General Motors is well on track to bring 1,400 jobs
to North Texas, and TCC is helping support the workforce and training needs.
Culinary Arts instructors share recipes for salmon croquettes, whiskey carrot cake,
fried pork chops and tembleque de coco.
Amon G. Carter Foundation awarded a $95,000 grant to establish the Senior Capstone
Program of the TABS Early College High School at TCC Trinity River.
The Bonners, inspired by TCC’s commitment to the community, started a scholarship
to help students in the HVAC program complete their education.
TCC faculty and staff are recognized for individual achievements and awards received
from April 2018 through September 2018.