TCC holds “signing” ceremony for first STEM Promise Program ScholarsAugust 17, 2017
Elizabeth River Crossings commits $120,000 for program’s first two years
Playing “CSI” on the side of a mountainJuly 26, 2017
TCC’s criminal justice students learn from mock crime scene at Liberty University.
Dad needed a better future and found it at TCCJuly 12, 2017
TCC student is one class shy of an Associate of Science in Engineering
From Tech to the Appalachian Trail to TCCJune 23, 2017
An epiphany while hiking set Trey Rauh in a new direction.
TCC’s first apprentice in early childhood education feels “like the luckiest person in the world”June 8, 2017
Kori Wright didn’t have to choose between a job and a degree.
What’s the coolest video game on Earth? Helping to save a lifeJune 7, 2017
The rewards of respiratory therapy are immense; apply by Jan. 15 for summer 2018 start.
Fleet Reserve Association Branch 166 awards first scholarshipJune 5, 2017
When Nathaniel Gonzales’ assignment for a military contractor ended, he realized he needed to advance his education to advance his career.
Horticulture student selected for Virginia Tech’s summer research programMay 25, 2017
Harry Ellorin will earn $4,500 and spend 10 weeks working to develop solutions to our food, fiber and fuel needs of the future.
TCC’s spring commencement also a tribute to the NavyMay 15, 2017
President Edna V. Baehre-Kolovani saluted both the Class of 2017 and the Navy as this year marks the Centennial of Naval Station Norfolk.
Navy veteran rebrands her academic resume at TCCMay 12, 2017
“Today I have admissions applications into schools I never would have dreamed of applying to, for programs I couldn’t have imagined I would do.” – Megan Roche