TCC In The News

Big News: TCC to Take Over Greyhound Station and Glass Wheel in the NEON

Coming to Norfolk: new hotel, TCC center – and a ferris wheel. Leaving: Greenie’s.

TCC announces major addition to Norfolk’s NEON District

Norfolk Mayor’s second State of the City

TCC to move, expand visual and culinary arts programs in NEON District

College Promise Programs and Open Educational Resources: A Winning Combination

TCC wants to go deeper with its maritime programs

TCC’s Z-Degree being initiated at Northeast Iowa Community College

New veterinary technician program in Virginia Beach would be first of its kind in Hampton Roads

TCC’s Christine Damrose-Mahlmann selected as YWCA’s 2018 Woman of Distinction in Education

Guest Columnist Bill Crow: Workforce development funding essential for economy, national security

Labor union partners with Virginia community colleges to train pipeline workers

Will Trump’s solar tariff do more harm than good? TCC Professor Thomas Stout says the solar industry will adapt to the change

Electric Motor & Contracting expanding operations, working with TCC to develop related instruction curriculum

Glass Wheel Studio quietly exits the NEON, with lots of noise about what’s next

Electric Motor & Contracting announces $3 million expansion in Chesapeake, establishes apprenticeship with TCC

Visionaries in Higher Education

TCC computer club donates refurbished Chromebooks to students who are single moms

Visual Arts Center to NEON makes sense at Portsmouth’s expense

Graduate Story: Jessica Evans

Graduate Story: Kareem Etheridge

Rep. Rob Wittman op/ed on community and technical colleges

Foundation donates more than $156K to local organizations: TCC Education Foundation amongst recipients

Fondant, frosting and… 3-D models? TCC students bake gingerbread houses to benefit CHKD

Edna Baehre-Kolovani: Investments in higher education bring great returns

TCC to auction off gingerbread houses for charity

OER and Affordable-Textbook Labeling Gains Ground

Governor McAuliffe announces Virginia students awarded $140,000 in cybersecurity scholarships

The cost of Virginia’s public colleges is too much economists say: TCC had more Pell grant recipients in 2015 than national average

TCC considers moving Visual Arts Center out of Portsmouth