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
At the young-old age of 69, Mama Gee is a college gradMay 11, 2017
“It’s going to be an awesome thing. My children will be there, and my grandchildren will be there to see what Grammy has accomplished.” – Gee on earning her Associate of Applied Science in Early Childhood Development
TCC graduate to be the first to intern at a billion dollar bankMay 10, 2017
“Don’t look at TCC as someplace you had to go, but see it as a great opportunity with unlimited resources.” – Griffin Leach
Sonography grad pictured a future and achieved it through TCCMay 9, 2017
“I’m leaving this program with twice the salary I came into it with,” said Jessica Francis, who will start her new career five days prior to graduation.
TCC grad creating safe spaces for people with intellectual disabilitiesMay 5, 2017
TCC graduate finds new direction at TCC and is now pursuing her “real” life’s work.
From Iran to Turkey to America and an associate degreeMay 2, 2017
Seven years after arriving in the United States with no English skills, Amin SalehSafari will achieve what seemed unthinkable a decade ago.
“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.