Tacoma Community College will host a Job Fair in Building 20 (April 20, 10a – 1p). Cost is free. More than 60 employers will attend the TCC Job Fair. Free workshops include:
Celebrate Tacoma Public Schools’ Native American graduates at Tacoma Community College’s 11th Annual Pow Wow. This family-friendly event features music, dancing, craft and food vendors, and a free dinner. Everyone is welcome to attend. The Pow Wow will take place at Tacoma Community College Student Center on Saturday, April 15. Celebration of Graduates starts at 3 pm; […]
The 11th Annual Pow Wow at the Tacoma Community College Student Center will be held Saturday, April 15. The Celebration of Graduates takes place at 3 pm, the Grand Entry at 4 pm and the Free Dinner at 5:30 pm. Cost is Free.
The TCC Art Faculty Exhibit opens April 3 (runs through May) in The Gallery at TCC. A reception will be held April 3, 4-6p.
Tacoma Community College students experiencing homelessness, or at risk of homelessness, are invited to apply for housing assistance during the three-day application.
Explore and celebrate individual and cultural differences through film. Tacoma Community College’s 7th Annual Diversity Film Festival (April 9-26) brings an international selection of outstanding films to The Grand Cinema.
Catarina Ratajczak and Grace Sullivan, TCC’s All-Washington Scholars for 2017, will represent the college at the March 23 All Washington Academic Team Recognition event at South Puget Sound Community College.
Tacoma, Wash. – The Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities (NWCCU) has re-affirmed Tacoma Community College’s accreditation status. The notification this week from the NWCCU immediately removes TCC from probationary status. The action took place at their Board of Commissioners meeting on Jan. 11-13, 2017.
Author, educator and speaker Keith Wheeler brings his H.O.P.E. (Helping Others Pursue Excellence) presentation to Tacoma Community College Feb. 17 as part of the college’s Artist & Lecture Series. The next day he will be the keynote speaker at TCC’s Men’s Summit.
Join TCC Voices and TCC Singers, directed by Dr. Anne Lyman, for TCC’s Winter Quarter concert, “Let Me Fly.” The Tacoma Refugee Choir Project, directed by Erin Guinup, will participate in this concert as a celebration of community engagement and diversity. Featured songs include folk music from Central America, Israel, Ireland, and African American spirituals and gospel music.