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Tarrant County College... Something for Everyone
Those relocating to Tarrant County will want to take the time to discover what Tarrant County College (TCC) has to offer. TCC is a comprehensive two-year institution dedicated to providing quality education that exceeds the expectations of residents. TCC offers a wide range of opportunities for learners of all ages and backgrounds on five campuses conveniently located throughout Tarrant County.

To students who want to transfer to an upper-level college or university to complete a baccalaureate or higher degree, TCC offers three possible degrees—associates of arts, associates of arts in teaching and associates of science. In addition, TCC offers the associates of applied sciences degree that has 60 program concentration areas. TCC also offers 70 certificates of completion awarded in more than 50 program areas.

TCC ranks high among regional economic engines. The skilled workforce that TCC helps create generates more than $1.6 billion in regional income as a result of students’ higher earnings and impact on business activity.

TCC provides affordable and open access to quality teaching and learning at the convenience of its students. Flexible class schedules are offered whenever possible, ranging from day and evening classes to weekend classes as well as full-semester, eight-week and minimester classes between either fall and spring semesters, spring and summer sessions or summer and fall semesters.

Students, their families and the larger community have access to a variety of activities, including theater and musical events, exhibits and cultural festivals throughout the year that are open to the public.

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Welcome from the President

Welcome to Tarrant County College Northeast Campus. Located in the cities of Hurst and North Richland Hills between Fort Worth and Dallas, TCC Northeast has “changed students’ minds” for more than 40 years.

We offer academic transfer courses providing credit for the first two years of a baccalaureate degree. When students complete our core curriculum of courses, they will have completed the core for any public college or university in Texas. A special Associate of Arts in Teaching (AAT) degree affords students the first two years of a bachelor’s degree in Education.

Our workforce education offerings include both Associate of Applied Science degrees and certificates in 25 programs. These technical programs prepare students for careers in the allied health fields, business-related areas, computer and information technologies, graphics and broadcast communications, child development, paralegal, and other options available for credit or through Continuing Education.

TCC Northeast plays an active role in Northeast Tarrant County. Many of our students give back to the community through Service Learning projects. Dual credit agreements with all of the area high schools allow high school juniors and seniors to obtain college credit. Partnerships and 2 plus 2 agreements with 4-year colleges and universities facilitate the transfer process.

We have small classes that focus on student learning and individual attention and produce successful students who meet or exceed their goals. Our students traditionally receive numerous scholarships and have been recognized as Jack Kent Cooke and Coca-Cola Scholars, members of the All Texas and All USA Academic teams, and National and International Forensics participants. Two of our Astronomy students even discovered a new asteroid!

So, I invite you to look us over. Come to the campus, and we’ll show you around. We want to be your college of choice.

Larry J. Darlage, Ph.D.

Northeast Campus
828 West Harwood Road
Hurst, TX 76054

Welcome from the President

Welcome to the Northwest Campus of Tarrant County College District. As you walk through our beautiful campus, you will note that we put students first. We provide a student-centered environment and focus all college staff and resources on student learning, student development, and student success.

At Northwest Campus, students are active partners in the learning process. Students are supported by excellent faculty and staff, but it is up to the student to bring commitment. Commitment means attending classes, setting aside adequate study time, using college support services and arriving with a will to learn.

Whether you come to us from across the street or across the globe, our commitment to quality academic transfer, workforce development, and lifelong learning courses will make a positive difference in your life.

Elva LeBlanc, Ph.D.
Northwest Campus President

Northwest Campus
4801 Marine Creek Parkway
Fort Worth, TX 76179
Northwest Campus President

Welcome from the President

Peter Jordan, Ed.D.Welcome to Tarrant County College(TCC) South Campus!

It is at the South Campus that the Tarrant County College District started over forty years ago. Today, our campus serves four school districts and 18 high school ISD sites including: Fort Worth, Everman, Crowley and Kennedale along with 10 area charter and private schools. In January 2013, TCC officially opened the Crowley South Campus Center at the Bill R. Johnson Career and Technology Education Center. This Center brings credit and continuing education offerings closer to members of southwestern Tarrant County who may have challenges reaching the South Campus. Regardless of your aspirations, our faculty and staff stand ready to help you identify and achieve your educational goals.

Get ready for college – From our College for Kids (C4K, grades 2-8) summer program to year-round dual credit courses for high school students, we offer an array of opportunities for youth to enrich their academic backgrounds and prepare for college. Our dual credit program offers over 30 college-level courses to high school juniors and seniors who may earn credit toward a TCC degree. Our on-campus and community-based testing, assessment and college readiness programs allow students to prepare for and take standardized and placement tests. We also help students complete interest inventories for college entrance.

Earn an associate degree or a credit/non-credit certificate – Our campus offers three transfer degrees: Associate of Arts (AA), Associate of Arts in Teaching (AAT) and Associate of Science (AS). We also offer Associate of Applied Science degrees in 22 technical workforce program areas as well as 29 certificates of completion. These technical programs include: automotive technology, welding, heating, air conditioning and refrigeration technology, computer-aided design and electronics. Other workforce certificate and licensing options include: massage therapy, insurance, real estate and entrepreneurship. Our senior education program affords retired seniors the opportunity to take up new interests and develop new skills such as: ballroom dancing, computer applications and new media, including social networking.

Opportunities for recreation and culture – Our fitness, aquatics and recreation facilities, performing arts center, and recital hall afford the community countless opportunities to engage in no- or low-cost recreation and cultural activities. Whether your passion is for aerobics, swimming or fitness training, we have a class for you. If you are a fan of the arts, you may enjoy student performances by the Carillon Players, the Velocity Dance Company, the TCC South Campus Jazz Singers and Band, and year-round gallery exhibits featuring works by students, faculty and artists from around the globe.

At South Campus, you will find a learning community that thrives on TCC Values of excellence, diversity, innovation and lifelong learning. Here, you will find an environment that is high tech with talented students studying in one of our 54 degree or certificate programs, which puts them in high demand by four-year colleges, universities and employers. On the South Campus, you will enjoy close faculty-student interaction and strong student peer networks designed to support student engagement and success through our 33 honor societies, clubs and organizations.

On behalf of the faculty, staff and students here at the South Campus, I invite you to get to know our picturesque campus and explore the many opportunities for learning, cultural engagement and recreation. To arrange a visit or learn more about these opportunities, contact our Community Outreach Center at 817-515-4152.


Peter Grant Jordan, Ed.D.

South Campus
5301 Campus Drive
Fort Worth, TX 76119

Welcome from the President

Dr. William CoppolaIt is my pleasure to welcome you to Southeast Campus. Since opening our doors in 1996, Southeast Campus has successfully served thousands of students through our many academic and workforce development programs.

Like all of the TCC Campuses, we are committed to providing affordable and open access to a quality education. With our primary focus on student success, the faculty, administration and staff of Southeast Campus are dedicated to providing an environment where teaching and learning can excel. As a student, you will be an active partner in your education.

Our academic programs will prepare you to succeed at a four-year college or university, and our technical/workforce development programs will train you to enter high-skill, high-wage careers.

Not only do we have a strong commitment to helping you achieve your educational goals, we also offer you opportunities to grow personally. With over 40 clubs and organizations, there are ample occasions and possibilities for you to develop your abilities in leadership and scholarship.

I invite you to visit our beautiful campus at any time to see all that we have to offer.

DREAM, ACHIEVE, SUCCEED . . . at Southeast Campus!

Bill Coppola, Ph.D.
President, Southeast Campus

Southeast Campus
2100 Southeast Parkway
Arlington, TX 76018

Welcome from the President

On behalf of the students, staff, faculty, and administrators at Trinity River Campus, welcome! We invite you to come to our beautiful campus in the heart of downtown Fort Worth and experience both the friendliness of our campus and our commitment to student success.

Dr Fulkerson with students in front of the Trinity River Campus HallmarksWhatever your educational goals, the Trinity River Campus will support you. This fall our 8000+ students are enrolled in university transfer courses, a program in Sign Language Interpreting that leads to professional licensure, a new program in library technology, and seven programs in health care.

TCC’s Nursing program and these Allied Health programs – Respiratory Care, Physical Therapist Assistant, Radiologic Technology, Surgical Technology, and Long Term Care Administration – have new homes at the Trinity River Campus East Center for Health Care Professions. Health Information Technology has also relocated to Trinity River Campus. All these programs lead to licensures and to careers in healthcare.

Success in college often depends on more than courses and professional programs. Research shows that students’ connections with other students, with clubs, and with faculty and staff increase their chance for successful completion. That is why Student Development Services deliberately plans events to connect students through clubs and leadership initiatives. Service and Community Engagement, one of the busiest offices on campus, helps students find service opportunities in the community, and our growing dual credit program gives high school students both high school and university-parallel college credit. We also have dual credit for home schooled students.

Continuing Education offers courses ranging from Senior Education weight training to QuickBooks Accounting to basics of computing. CE also offers workforce development and literacy courses, and we are especially proud to offer the GED preparation courses and testing in both English and Spanish. Graduates of our new program to train ophthalmic assistants have found employment, and we are currently training medical assistants through a corporate workforce agreement.

Like our sister campuses at Tarrant County College, Trinity River Campus is dedicated to helping all students in our county – and especially low income students and students of color – to achieve the American dream of higher education. Our faculty, advisors, and staff work to help students establish their goals and the pathways to achieving them. New to the Trinity River Campus support team for student success are fourteen trained peer advisors, students dedicated to helping others succeed.

Please join us. You’ll discover that we practice our belief that education changes lives. And our schedules are flexible. Our Weekend College provides full programming on Friday evenings, all day Saturday, and Sunday afternoon.

Tahita Fulkerson, Ph.D.
Trinity River Campus President

Trinity River Campus
300 Trinity Campus Circle
Fort Worth, TX 76102