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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...

Making Transition to College

As you will quickly learn, college is a vastly different experience than anything else you have encountered. With that said, you might be in need of a little...

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...

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...

GED Orientation

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

Senior Ed. Orientation

Orientation for students registered for classes in the Senior Ed. Program through Community & Industry Education Services on Southeast Campus.

ESL Orientation

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

Sponsor Luncheon

Student Clubs and Organizations come together once per semester to get current information from Student Activities. During this session, sponsors and...

WWI Book Club--All Quiet on the Western Front (World War I and America)

Please join us for a discussion of All Quiet on the Western Front led by English instructor and Army veteran, Arlandis Jones. An international bestseller,...

Blood Drive/Bone Marrow Registry

Please give and help save lives at today's Carter BloodCare Blood Drive. You will also have the opportunity to sign up for the Bone Marrow Registry. Healthy...