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Events

Wednesday, February 21

"On the Road" Photography by Diane Guy and Terry Hobson

Photography Exhibit January 16th – February 27th. Join us for the Artist reception on January 31st, 6- 8pm

African American Heritage Month Exhibit

Come observe our African-American Heritage Month Exhibit. Featuring the MLK Timeline created by the SE MLK Committee displayed at the SE MLK Multicultural...

African American History Month Event - “A Place for All People” Poster Exhibit

This poster exhibit is part of the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibit celebrating the National Museum of African American History and Culture. The...

Apply for Fall 2018 Trinity River Campus Leadership Programs

Trinity River Center for Leadership Development invites you to apply for our Leadership Programs: Apply today to take a step towards developing your...

Apply to be a Trinity River Campus Peer Orientation Leader for 2018-2019

Trinity River Center for Leadership Development invites you to apply to be a P3 Peer Orientation Leader. P3: Peer Orientation Leaders provide students the...

Celebrate African-American Heritage at your library

The NE Library will host an exhibit that celebrates the “African-American Cultural Experience in Higher Education,” sponsored by Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc....

Health Hut Topic of The Month - Sickle Cell Disease

Wellness education will be provided on Sickle Cell Disease (SCD), a group of inherited red blood cell disorders occurring among about 1 of every 500 Black or...

President's Day Exhibit

Curious about our nation’s Presidents? Stop by the South Art Corridor to learn a fact or two about them. Opening reception February 19 10-11:00 am.

TCC Foundation Scholarships and Awards

Scholarship applications for the 2018-2019 academic year will open from February 15, 2018 - April 20, 2018. View the list of TCC Foundation...

The Life of Frederick Douglass - Exhibit

An exhibit exploring slavery and abolition through the life of one of the most famous men in 19th-century America. Sponsored by Dr. Chloe Northrop of the NE...

World War I and Camp Bowie Display

Photos from the TCC and the National Archives trace the history of Camp Bowie, Fort Worth as an infantry training campus during World War I.

Freedom Shout

Freedom walls will be set up in the middle of the library to allow students, faculty, staff, and community to add comments. Available during regular library...

Riley Holloway: The Artist

Portrait paintings of artists in their studios by Professional Artist Riley Holloway.

Texas Wesleyan University

Texas Wesleyan will be visiting the Northwest Campus to discuss courses offered and transfer opportunities.

Vertebrate Vanguard

Vertebrate Vanguard, a group of mixed-media works and drawings, represents Nathan Porterfield’s output between early 2016 and the present. Informed by an...

University of Texas at Arlington

University of Texas at Arlington will be visiting the Northwest Campus to discuss courses offered and transfer opportunities.

Disability Information Table – Autism Awareness

Student Accessibility Resource Staff will provide information about Autism and how it affects the college student. Resources for those with Autism will also...

FAFSA Day

Get all the money you are eligible for! Come in for help completing your fafsa, tafsa, and/or scholarship application if you're attending TCC in fall 2018,...

North Texas Transfer Fair

This is the second session for the Trinity River Transfer Academy. Universities from across North Texas have will be available to answer your questions...

Blood Donor Drive/Carter BloodCare

Healthy donors must be at least 110 lbs., 17+ years old and have a valid photo ID. 56 days must have passed since last donation. It is helpful to be well...

Mock Interview Sessions

Interactive mock interview with Career Services professionals. By Appointment Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays | February 20-March 1, 2018.

UNT Eagle Landing

Eagle Landing is an informational fair during which UNT brings representatives from many of UNT's academic and student services offices to the NW Campus.

Veteran Community Outreach Luncheon

All Veteran and Military Connected Students invited to participate in a luncheon designed for students to connect with community partners.

African American Heritage Month: Sigma Kappa Delta’s African American Heritage Month Read-In

Students, faculty, and staff are invited to attend an open mic event where they can read passages from their favorite African American writers. In addition,...

War Wounds: Plastic Surgery During World War I (World War I and America)

Jennifer Lawrence, Ph.D., TCC professor and chair of history, will discuss what was known and tried with plastic surgery during World War I. This program is...

Communicators Club

This social club meets every Wednesday to actively practice communication skills to gain leadership qualities, improve group work experiences, and build...

Connecting with the Human Experience

African American History Month Event TCC Connect Campus host guest lecturer Vicent B. Adams, local business man and community leader. Dinner and lecture...

Gallery Event - Art Exhibit- Terry Hays- Irreversible Change/ Selective Memory

An Art exhibition by Terry Hays. Terry Hays was born and raised in Texas. He received his B.S. from West Texas State University and his M.F.A. from Texas...

Victoria Rabal “New Works”

An Art exhibition by Victoria Rabal. The TCC South Campus Fine Arts Department will be having a gallery exhibit that will be on display from January 25th...

Wednesday, February 21