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.
UVA grad overcame homelessness and now plans to give backJune 3, 2016
“You are at a place to get the building blocks to go wherever you want to go,” said TCC alumnus Eli Stacy.
TCC alum selected for prestigious apprenticeship with Newport News ShipbuildingMay 31, 2016
“Everything I was interested in had engineering in the job title, so I took a leap of faith, quit my full-time lab tech position and started on this new path,” said Ian Lenda.
He planned to be a SEAL, but now he’s a Cavalier thanks to TCCMay 25, 2016
When a medical condition derailed Zachery Taylor's military future, he decided to go to TCC. Now he's on his way to the University of Virginia.
Marine vet finds new career on the road thanks to TCC trucking grantMay 18, 2016
Chris Gaillard benefited from a federal grant awarded to the Center for Military and Veterans Education that allowed her to receive free training.
TCC alumna selected 2016 Virginia Small Business Person of the YearMay 4, 2016
Caroline Taylor, who earned her Associate of Applied Science in Nursing, founded Taylor Made Diagnostics in 1995 and today is its president.
JMU grad stayed on track thanks to her time at TCCApril 28, 2016
Online classes at Tidewater Community College helped Chesapeake's Ashley Bradshaw stay on track when she had to take a break from James Madison University.
“A lot of who I am I found at Tidewater Community College”March 21, 2016
Project executive for W.M. Jordan Company found his direction at TCC
New College Board member also an alumna of physical therapist assistant programMarch 15, 2016
Recently appointed Tidewater Community College Board member Cindy Free is also an alumna, having been among the first graduates of the college's physical therapist assistant program.