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Thursday, November 8

Last Day to Drop a Class for Fall 2018

Last Day to Drop a Class for Fall 2018.

Soles 4 Souls

Collecting new and used shoes and redistributing them through direct donations to people in need and through micro-enterprise partners. Collection boxes will...

Final Exams & Classes End for Fall 1st 12 Week Session

Final Exams & Classes End for Fall 1st 12 Week Session.

Fort Worth Art Collectives 1990-2015: Artspace III Collective

To conclude the year-long focus on art collectives in Fort Worth, The Art Corridor will exhibit the works of the Fort Worth art collective Artspace 111....

Patriot Nations: Native Americans in Our Nation's Armed Forces

Smithsonian's National Museum of the American Indians presents the traveling exhibition showcasing the remarkable history of the brave American Indian and...

Art Exhibit- Doug Land- Metallängenn, site specific sculptural exhibit

The TCC South Campus Fine Arts Department will be having a gallery exhibit that will be on display from November 8th through December 6th. Opening reception...

Texas State University at Northwest

Texas State University will be visiting the Northwest Campus to discuss courses offered, scholarships, and transfer opportunities.

STD/HIV Screening

Free, confidential STD/HIV testing by the Tarrant County Public Health Department. STD/HIV testing includes Chlamydia, Gonorrhea, HIV/Syphilis and Hepatitis...

Writing Wednesdays

The NW Academic Learning Center welcome students, staff, and faculty to use the ALC resources and tutors to support their efforts on creative and academic...

Native American Heritage Month: Native Voices

Join us for a presentation by our guest performer, Kieto Ka’awa St James, about “Native Americans from Various Nations” through indigenous storytelling and...

Native American Music

Please join Northwest Student Activities for a live music performance of Native American Flute music. Musician Alisa Tomlinson will be on campus in WSTU...

Writing Sprints

The Northwest Campus Academic Learning Center welcomes writers to participate in a fas-paced writing exercise to motivate writers to prioritize idea...

Native American Heritage Month: Education and Healing

Dr. Lisa Uhlir will be sharing valuable information on the multiple areas of traditional native perceptions of health. Light lunch provided.

World Building Workshop

The Northwest Campus Academic Learning Center will guide writers through the world building process as they further develop their fictional story elements.

It's All Fun and Games

International Games Week (IGW) is an annual celebration of the educational, recreational and social value of games, and costs absolutely nothing to...

French Week Film: Haute Cuisine

Follow a chief chef and her life at the French President's kitchen. Based on a true story. Hosted by World Languages Department and the French Club.

The Festival of New Plays

A collection of original ten-minute plays written by TCC students and directed by Theatre Southeast faculty.

Festival of New Plays Reception

Reception for audience members who attend the show that particular night, the playwrights' invited guests, and those people who have been involved directly...

Thursday, November 8