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.
Artist & Lecture Series Event with Javon Johnson will be held at the TCC Student Center at 12:30 a.m., Feb. 10. Acclaimed writer, actor, and two-time slam nationals winner Javon Johnson brings his thought-provoking comedy to TCC as part of the Office of Student Engagement’s Artist & Lecture Series. Everyone is welcome to attend this free […]
Pouncing tiger…stretching tiger…snoring tiger. Pouncing tiger…stretching tiger… snoring tiger. One by one, hundreds of freshly washed, tiger-decorated, pediatric surgical gowns of all sizes were folded and separated into boxes to be shipped internationally to a medical facility in need.
Dear TCC Students, Staff and Faculty, As you may know, President Trump signed an executive order last Friday that bans some refugees and immigrants from entering the United States. At TCC, we want to let you know that all students, particularly our International Students, immigrant students, students who are undocumented, and students covered under the […]
The H.I.T. the Trail 5K Fun Run will take place at 10 a.m., Saturday, March 4 in the TCC Campus Commons to raise money for TCC Health Information scholarships, have fun! Price: $20 through Feb. 12; $25 Feb. 13 – March 3; $30 Day of Race. Ready to run, walk or roll in TCC’s 2nd annual 5-K fun run? We’ll have chip […]
Need a Martin Luther King, Jr. Day activity for your child? Sign up for a free basketball clinic! The first 30 participants to register get a free t-shirt. The clinic will be held on Monday, Jan. 16 from 11 am-1 pm and is for kids in grades 206. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
The flu is hitting Washington hard this year. To avoid spreading the flu at TCC, please stay home if you experience flu symptoms.
Lois Bernstein, Chief Community Executive at MultiCare Health System, has been appointed to the Tacoma Community College Board of Trustees by Governor Inslee. She replaces long-serving board member Don Dennis, whose term expired in December 2016. Bernstein begins her term in January 2017.
“Cat People, Dog People” explores the human/pet relationship, the history of domestication, the representation of dogs and cats through the ages, and other themes related to dogs and cats.