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Wednesday, November 16

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"Finding Indigo" by Tiara Unique Francois is on view from November 10 through December 8. Opening reception will take place on November 10.

Folk Art artwork. appears to be an orange and yellow lady bug in the center of the art work surrounded by floral art.

Folk art has a long-established history in every society, from textiles and pottery to sculptures and paintings. Folk artists are often not academically...

Red, Yellow, and green - representing Juneteenth

The TCC Connect Intercultural Network has created a virtual exhibit to honor and celebrate Juneteenth for the month of June but also throughout the year. The...

Virtual Event
South Campus Photo

First generation giveaway! Tell us about your first time in college (FTIC) experience. We would love to hear your story for a chance to win a $25 visa gift...

Layers and Narratives

TCC SE Art Corridor Gallery and co-curators Todd Camplin and Penelope Bisbee are proud to present the exhibition Layers and Narratives. This is a group...

save lives. donate blood.

Roll up your sleeves and give for Texans! Carter BloodCare Blood Drive is open to all donors. If you cannot give, have a friend or family member give on...

Northwest Campus Photo

Northwest Campus Health Services is hosting the AIDS Outreach Center for free STI screenings in the clinic. The AOC Team offers free, anonymous, confidential...

South Campus Photo

Free and confidential testing for pregnancy and STIs, including Chlamydia,Gonorrhea,HIV, andSyphilis.Walk-ins welcome. Must be 18 years and older. Testing...

Pumpkin Spice, Transfer is nice

Representatives from 25 in-state and out-of-state universities will be available to provide information about transfer admission, program requirements,...

TRiO Student Support Services

Join the TRiO Student Support Team for a tour of the new space and learn more about our program and services. Informational sessions held every 30 minutes.

GIS day

GIS is a combination of cartography and data analysis that uses the latest in location technology to allow users to create data-driven graphics that can help...

South Campus Photo

Dr. Lisa Uhlir, Professor of Government will discuss the contributions of Native Americans and how they transformed the world. Lunch will be provided.

speaker Santiago Piñon, an Associate Professor of Ethics at Texas Christian University

Join us for a virtual presentation titled "Latinx Invisibility Within the Black/White Paradigm: Overcoming the Other Other" with speaker Santiago Piñon, an...

12:30pm
Virtual Event
Food in a variety of colors "Food for Thought"

How does what we eat affect our brains? Join us as we learn about nutrition and how to best eat for the health of our brains! Guest speakers from the TCC...

Native American Heritage Month: Missing Murdered Indigenous Women Lecture with Jodi Yellowfish

Native women and girls have faced a centuries-long storm of gendered violence, but Native communities have shored up the Missing and Murdered Indigenous...

Words inside the shape of the lightbulb with the main focus/largest word being "Careers". Other words are: Action, jobs, idea, finance, time, vision, future, promotion, brand, education, creativity, quality, innovation, date, and more.

This workshop is designed to guide students through the discovery of marketable skills within a chosen academic discipline and profession. The students will...

Carton drawing of a cat holding a blue book with a goldfish on the cover.

Join the NE Library Book Club for a fun-filled Nintendo Game Break. We'll play Mario Kart and Smash Brothers! Free snacks will be provided.

Image has an animated drawing of a giant monster's foot about to step down on a building.

Charles is having a very rough day. It only gets worse when he runs into an ex who is, herself, having a ridiculously rough day. The giant monster destroying...

Northwest Campus Photo

An original work of movement and the spoken word. Rated PG-13 (Adult Themes)

Wednesday, November 16