New dual enrollment programs prepare students for in-demand careersJanuary 19, 2018
“I had a feeling I’d like this field, and now I know I’ve found my career,” said Dylan Starowicz, a Hickory High School student who is also earning his Career Studies Certificate in Mechatronics.
TCC’s Radiography program earns re-accreditationJanuary 16, 2018
Students can earn a 72-credit Associate of Applied Science in Radiography, pursue advanced certifications by taking mammography courses and complete a Career Studies Certificate in Computed Tomography.
Short-term programs lead to long-term career gainsJanuary 11, 2018
The Virginia General Assembly created the Workforce Credential Grant program in 2016. Graduates say the program is giving them a brighter future.
Giving the gift of ChromeJanuary 11, 2018
TCC’s Center for Military and Veterans Education and Computers for Student Success team up to help moms and military students in need
Family is the recipe for successJanuary 10, 2018
“The best part of TCC was the self satisfaction and doing it together.” – Latonia Darien-Grundy, who became a TCC alumna in December with her mother, Marie Grimes
TCC spring classes to begin Wednesday, Jan. 10January 4, 2018
Spring classes at Tidewater Community College will start on Wednesday, Jan. 10, because of the winter storm. Classes scheduled for Jan. 8 and 9 are cancelled. Current and prospective students can still register for TCC classes online, and they can get assistance by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Visual Arts Center exhibit features works by family of artistsJanuary 2, 2018
“Generations: Influences of the Pennsylvania Academy” features paintings, drawings, prints and mixed media works by four members of the Muldowney family
Help available over the holidays if you want to enroll for spring classes at TCCDecember 20, 2017
TCC is open for the holidays to help students enroll in spring classes, explore career options and learn about financial aid.
Saluting TCC grads and the military at 65th Commencement ExercisesDecember 19, 2017
“TCC gave me a solid academic foundation that transformed an average student into someone who knew that she was capable of succeeding.” – Navy Cmdr. Shannon Wiens, keynote speaker
She had a brain injury. Now military vet has a college degree and a future in engineeringDecember 18, 2017
“Don’t quit because you have a bad semester,” says student speaker Jessica Evans, who follows this mantra: “Come as you are, but don’t stay as you were.”