TCC News

Whether you’re a geek or a grandfather, consider a future in mobile apps

July 25, 2016

Here's a program where you're encouraged to use your phone in class while you learn valuable, marketable skills. Earn your Career Studies Certificate in Programming & Mobile Applications Development.

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One-stop enrollment during TCC’s Special Enrollment Days

July 19, 2016

TCC is offering three special enrollment days, including one on a Saturday, at each of its four campuses. The first one will be held on Friday, July 22.

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Getting to know The Psyc Guy @TCCVA

July 18, 2016

Mozell Person's psychology classroom at TCC's Portsmouth Campus is as dynamic as his Twitter presence. Person is The Psyc Guy @mperson24 and isn’t hesitant to use social media as a classroom tool.

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TCC Engineering students take top spots in national model design competition

July 14, 2016

Engineering students spent part of the Summer Session designing and building robots to race during the American Society of Engineering (ASEE) Model Design Competition, held in New Orleans, June 26-29.

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TCC and VB Economic Development team up to help land Spanish manufacturer

July 14, 2016

TCC will collaborate with SANJO to provide state-of-the-art education, training and services the company will need at its new Virginia Beach operation.

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TCC to offer first cybersecurity apprentice education in Virginia

July 13, 2016

The college partners with Virginia Department of Labor and Industry and Peregrine Technical Solutions to launch new cybersecurity apprenticeships.

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TCC’s Academy for Nonprofit Excellence earns renewal grant

July 11, 2016

Tidewater Community College’s Academy for Nonprofit Excellence will continue to be a valuable resource for nonprofit professionals, thanks to renewal of a Hampton Roads Community Foundation grant.

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TCC expands role in zero-textbook-cost education

July 7, 2016

It's one of 38 colleges nationwide selected for new initiative

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Navy wife nurtures her creative side by welding

June 27, 2016

Chelsea Meeks is using her GI Bill benefits at TCC to pursue her Career Studies Certificate in Maritime Welding, a path that will allow her to find a career wherever the military takes her and her husband next.

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“Don’t take your community college experience for granted because it will help you wherever you go”

June 24, 2016

Business major Stephen Harris could have gone directly to Old Dominion after graduating from Ocean Lakes High, but he made the choice that made the most sense for him both academically and financially: starting at TCC.

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