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
Wishing upon a star didn’t get her to Disney World. TCC didDecember 1, 2017
“I came to TCC with some great work experience, but this degree has been the ticket to a better future.” – Rickkita Taylor
Taking on the world after graduating from TCCNovember 3, 2017
“I came out of TCC with no debt, well-prepared and with great people to write recommendation letters for me." – Tatiana Britt, now at FleishmanHillard
TCC and U.Va. grad overcame homelessness and is now giving backOctober 23, 2017
“It gives me extreme joy knowing my life is creating impact in the lives of the young people I’m serving.” – Eli Stacy
Engineering a woman’s world, too, says VDOT project managerJuly 24, 2017
“TCC was an affordable way to figure out what I wanted to do,” said Salvija Hofheimer. “You take classes at your own pace. You’re not forced into a set schedule."
Lost Boy of Sudan finds future at TCCJuly 14, 2017
Bul Dut Thut spent more than a decade as a refugee. Now employed by TowneBank, he credits the college for starting his educational journey.
TowneBank CFO made investment in himself at TCCJune 14, 2017
Long before Clyde McFarland became part of the team that started the largest bank in the state, he earned his associate degree in business.
From TCC to UVa to William & Mary LawJune 12, 2017
TCC alumnus aiming to help people by specializing in finance-related law
American Sign Language the catalyst for change for TCC alumnaJune 9, 2017
“Before TCC college was out of the question, but the doors opened when I learned ASL. Coming to TCC was a turning point.” – Kelly Hernandez
Alumnus says TCC was his second chanceJune 2, 2017
“I encourage those coming after me to not undersell the institutions of higher learning that we have in Virginia. You can get an incredible education right here at home.” – Aric Justice