Princess Anne teacher, a TCC alumna, earns national recognitionSeptember 29, 2016
Nationally recognized Princess Anne High teacher Camilla Walck pursued her interest in science following a biology class at Tidewater Community College.
Enjoying a career in health care minus scrubs and sneakersSeptember 27, 2016
TCC’s medical billing and coding program, one of many at the college that offers Workforce Credential Grants, launched a new way of life for one Virginia Beach graduate.
TCC alumna Michaela Sigmon named Miss VirginiaAugust 29, 2016
From here, not only did Michaela Sigmon go to Old Dominion University, she became Miss Virginia.
“Everything I learned at the VAC I use every day”August 24, 2016
Earning her associate at Tidewater Community College’s Visual Arts Center led Sam Hogan to an internship that is now a full-time job in graphic design.
Backstage with TCC grad Doris DavisAugust 22, 2016
Her dream was to be on Broadway, but Doris Davis found the next best thing.
Navy veteran named 2016 Thomas Moss ScholarAugust 4, 2016
A recent graduate with an Associate of Science in Science and a 4.0 GPA, Ivan Lopez is the 2016 Thomas Moss Scholar. He will receive a $1,000 scholarship to apply to his studies at ODU.
Solar Ready vet earns job in the field after completing TCC programAugust 1, 2016
TCC program for transitioning military provided the path for Navy vet Charles Hystad to find his place in a bright and burgeoning industry.
“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.
Computer science grad went from here to James Madison minus any debtJune 21, 2016
Kaleb Beasley earned a 4.0 GPA at Grassfield and even though he was accepted into James Madison, he decided to complete his first two years at TCC.
He’s 17, a graduate of TCC and headed to RegentJune 15, 2016
Ephraim Sy Palmero III really is a college graduate, though he’s only 17. Palmero earned his Associate of Applied Science in Criminal Justice from Tidewater Community College last May.