Tarleton State University And Tarrant County College Partner In Downtown Fort Worth SpaceTarleton plans to move into TCC’s Trinity River West Fork Building and provide upper level classes for student hoping to continue past an associate’s degree.
NTTA Board Chairman Kenneth Barr Steps Down; Denton Co. Rep. John Mahalik To Fulfill Remainder Of TermKenneth Barr was recently elected to the Tarrant County College Board of Trustees.
Fort Worth Mother And Son Set To Graduate TogetherThe dual graduation will bring Zachary Nunley one step closer to his dream of becoming a firefighter, one that family members say he has not relinquished since he was a toddler.
TCC Graduate Loses Sight, Finds A Better PathQuentin Johnson became the first in his family to graduate from college. He's got big plans.
Business Of Sign Language Interpretation Is BoomingThe profession of sign language interpretation is now considered by Forbes Magazine as one of the top 20 growth careers in the country.
Fort Worth Family Graduates From TCC At The Same TimeJody and Neil Waddell answered their sons' challenge when the parents were pushing them to go to college.
Getting At-Risk Students Into College Not Enough: TCC Focusing On Helping Them GraduateThe Men Of Color Mentoring Program has helped more than 300 students.
Area College Going Extra Mile For VeteransTCC has special counselors who put veterans in touch with VA benefits to pay for education.
Lockdown Ends At TCC SE Campus In Arlington An alert went out to all students at the Tarrant Co College SE campus in Arlington around noon today warning students that the campus was on lockdown.
Former TCC Southeast Campus Student Tests Positive For TBA former student testing positive for tuberculosis has 200 students, faculty and staff at Tarrant County College's Southeast campus in Arlington facing the possibility of needing their own TB tests.