Regina Rogers, who finished her basketball career as the 18th-highest scoring player in UW women’s basketball history, has signed on as head coach of the Tacoma Community College Titan women’s basketball team.
Samantha Hutchinson joins the Tacoma Community College Titan Women’s Volleyball program from Western Washington University, where she has an outstanding record both as a player and as a coach. The Vikings advanced to the NCAA Tournament in each of the two years she served as a member of the program’s coaching staff, making a NCAA […]
TCC’s initiative to replace expensive textbooks with open educational resources (OER) has hit a new milestone. Since launching in 2011, the project has saved students at least $2 million. Thanks to all the TCC faculty and staff who have helped with OER adoption!
When TCC’s Class of 2017 gathers for the first on-campus Commencement in decades June 17, they’ll hear from an alumnus who helped plan the space. Simbarashe (Simba) Change, a Tacoma Community College and Pacific Lutheran University graduate who currently works as a derivatives analyst for Russell Investments, helped plan the recently completed Health and Wellness […]
At the May 10 Board Meeting, the Board of Trustees approved Tacoma Community College’s proposed new Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) in Community Health Degree. The next morning, the State Board for Community and Technical Colleges also approved the BAS, allowing the college to move forward with launching the program. TCC hopes to accept the […]
Will you be a TCC student Fall 2017? TCC’s financial aid application deadline is May 24. Make sure you get your paperwork in on time!
The Student Art Exhibit will display a selection of painting, drawing, sculpture, photography, and graphic design by TCC art students. It is free and open to the public at The Gallery at TCC (May 15 – June 9). Located near the corner of 12th and Mildred, The Gallery is Building 4 at Tacoma Community College. Regular […]
Presented by the TCC Diversity Film Committee,”Essence of Healing: The Journey of American Indian Nurses” chronicles the educational journey of 14 American Indian nurses.
TCC Music Instructor Dr. Anne Lyman has been elected to the position of President-Elect to the Washington State chapter of the American Choral Directors Association (ACDA). She starts her term on July 1, 2017 and will serve on the state board of the WA-ACDA for a period of at least 4 years.
Students interested in participating in a short study abroad experience at Jaio Tong University in Shanghai are welcome to attend an info session. The study abroad trip will take place before the start of Fall Quarter, Aug. 31 – Sept. 10, 2017. Scholarships available!