Southeast Campus

Southeast Campus is located in Arlington, the southeast corner of Tarrant County.

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2100 Southeast Pkwy, Arlington, TX 76018

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Southeast, Campus




Upcoming Events

National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo): Come Write In!

Have you ever wanted to write a novel? Does writing 50,000 words in one month sound impossible? Join us in the library for National Novel Writing Month, and...

11/30 4pm
Dystopian Dialogues—Culture (at) War: Selling Unity, Suppressing Dissent

This program is part of World War I and America, a two-year national initiative of The Library of America presented in partnership with The Gilder Lehrman...

12/5 1pm
Dystopian Dialogues—Culture (at) War: Panel Discussion, “1984 and 2017: War and Dystopia”

Vicki Sapp, Ph.D., TCC Professor of English, will moderate a panel discussion on the novel 1984, how it is relevant today, and war as a dystopian first...

12/7 1pm
New Student Orientation

TCC Southeast students enrolled in the New Student Orientation will learn about TCC SE and TCC District policies, resources and culture that will help foster...

1/6/2018 7:30am
GED Orientation

Orientation and testing for students registered in GED classes through Community & Industry Education Services on Southeast Campus.

1/6/2018 9am

Recent Events

Recent Activity


cara.shiller left a positive review 11/1/2017

I loved the health fair. There was a lot of good information. Wish we had more booths. Maybe some other low cost options for working out. Possibly a booth about apps that help you stay healthy and keep you accountable. Loved the Dietetics booth, cholesterol, and blood pressure booths.

Kevin Welch

Kevin Welch left a positive review 11/2/2017

It was good.

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Samson Badejo left a review 9/17/2017


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Samson Badejo left a review 9/10/2017

The observance wasn't really much to observe. While I can only make it to one presentation there should be more remembering instead of giving us a documentary on how the new World Trade Center and Memorial was built. As college and adults students we should be able to reflect and what remembering 9/11 meant to us. Something tells me that we can offer way more and on a personal level. This what such a tragic event on American soil and even though that we are over 15000 miles away we should reflect as if it happened yesterday. Observant on this day may be dying out so we have individuals must be able to make the very best of it. Their tragedy is our tragedy whether we know it or not. I apparently did not think a documentary would give it Justice on a day That Shook America and tested our strength. Well I appreciate you guys remembering this needs to be a bit better.

Samson Badejo

Samson Badejo left a positive review 9/12/2017

One incredible presentation, but was sadly conflicted with the career fair during the same time. More people should've came and supported the prevention of suicide. While I applaud the campus for continuing to show support I can't help it but say that the epidemic is still silent due to scheduling. I again applaud the department for giving the opportunity, more (and better) care should be taken when presenting this to the public having their undivided attention. so much important information was only given to few people in this event and because of that which will only stay silent. TCC can reach so many students in a growing population so I encourage to schedule this presentation again at a later date.

Joshua Robertson

Joshua Robertson left a positive review 8/28/2017

Fun event just long lines which is expected when there's free food involved. Enjoyed myself.

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