“I know from here, I really will go anywhere”April 25, 2017
Likhy Flores, winner of the Genevieve Greer Memorial Scholarship and the Alexsandria Manrov STEM Award, is pursuing a degree in civil engineering technology.
Two TCC students selected to All-USA Coca-Cola Academic TeamMarch 27, 2017
Chesapeake’s Griffin Leach and Suffolk’s Amy Nordmeyer earn scholarships
Oceaneering, Inc., and TCC graduate first class of apprenticesMarch 13, 2017
Oceaneering, Inc., graduated its first class of apprentices, each earning a Journeyman’s Certificate from the Virginia Department of Labor and Industry and a Certificate in Maritime Technologies from TCC.
Student Art & Design Exhibition opens at TCC’s Visual Arts CenterMarch 6, 2017
More than 200 works will be on display from March 25 through April 23. Events are free and open to the public.
Chesapeake student earns 2017 MLK Scholarship for her anti-bullying platformFebruary 21, 2017
Martin Luther King Jr. said, “Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, ‘What are you doing for others?’” Emeline Jones had an answer.
HVAC/R student a three-time scholarship winnerJanuary 6, 2017
Virginia Beach firefighter’s latest award is $5,000 and a bonus set of tools for TCC’s heating, ventilation, air conditioning, cooling and refrigeration program.
Youngest-ever graduate “so thankful I was able to come to TCC”December 21, 2016
Morgan Wilson, 15, is the youngest to ever earn her associate degree at the college.
Student speaker found a direction and degree at TCCDecember 19, 2016
From so-so high school student to college graduate: “Nothing was going to stop me”
TCC welding graduate: “This program changed my life”December 16, 2016
He always loved to work with his hands. Now Alex Fletcher is building his future with them.
TCC graduate finds her path while earning second degreeDecember 15, 2016
“I didn’t see anything wrong with a community college. And I found out that it teaches you a lot about yourself.” – Luz Middleton