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Thursday, April 19

Confronting Violence: Improving Women's Lives (National Library of Medicine Exhibition)

Activists and reformers in the United States have long recognized the harm of domestic violence and sought to improve the lives of women who were battered....

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...

Fort Worth Art Collectives: Group f6

The Group f6 exhibition continues a year-long focus on the art collectives of Fort Worth. The show will feature paintings, drawings and sculptures. Opening...

Studio Focus

The studio focus exhibition is TCC Southeast's annual fine arts exhibition of student works, including drawings, paintings, sculptures and design. Opening...

Student Invitational and Juried Exhibition

The Student Invitational Exhibition showcases the best work from TCC Northwest students. Each year, the Visual Art Department at Northwest campus invites...

University of Texas at Arlington at Northwest

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

Symposium Lunch & Learn

Your are invited to the following Lunch & Learn for our 18th Annual African American Health Exposition (AAHExpo). We serve as a resource for “Total Health &...

Tarleton State University at Northwest

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

Living Literature

Join the English Department for the annual Living Literature event as they welcome author Major Jackson! Mr. Jackson's poems and essays have appeared in...

1000 Cranes

Be part of the Asian Pacific American Month Exhibit by making a paper crane. An ancient Japanese legend promises that anyone who folds a thousand origami...

Earth Day/Spring Fling

This free, fun, and educational event will have music, food, games, t-shirts, activities, and educational booths.

United States Army National Guard at Northwest

The United States Army National Guard will be visiting the Northwest Campus to discuss courses offered and transfer opportunities.

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...

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NW Health & Wellness Workshop: Exploring Personality

Discover ways personality traits and types are defined and measured. See how personality characteristics influence your life and your relationships to...

Blue Zones: Earth Day Meditation

The South Campus Common Read Committee and The Association for Mindfulness and Well-Being are presenting a free session of outdoor meditation accompanied by...

Study Skills

Do your study habits need a tune-up? Find out more about learning styles and pinpoint the best way for you to study and develop a strong academic routine.

Transgender Awareness Training

Designed to introduce participants to the spectrum of transgender, gender-nonconforming, and gender-questioning identities and expressions. This session...

Imagine Family Stability Storyboard

Please join us for the Family Storyboard and Award event on the April 19th from 5:30 to 7:30. We have elementary student art and some middle and high school...

"The Trestle at Pope Lick Creek" by Naomi Wallace

Dalton Chance, fifteen years old and an open book. Pace Creagan, seventeen, brimful of adventure, fearless and feared. To Dalton, she's irresistible. To...

Yellow Rose Trio

Enjoy an evening of music with a performance by the Yellow Rose Trio a group of professional string musicians.

Thursday, April 19