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TCC students participate in Developmental Screening Day

April 16, 2019

TCC students and faculty in the Early Childhood Education Program participated in Tallahassee's Tenth Annual Developmental Screening Day, a community event coordinated by Whole Child Leon that allows parents to get a complete developmental screening for their child at no cost. Read More

TCC Students visit Ghana

April 16, 2019

TCC students went on a trip of a lifetime to Ghana, West Africa during Spring Break 2019. On March 15, the group flew from Tallahassee (via Atlanta--Amsterdam) and arrived in Accra, Ghana on March 16. This is the second year that Professor Forster Agama, the group's leader, has successfully coordinated the Study Abroad Trip to Ghana. Read More

DBOT March Student Spotlight: Robert Roddy

March 27, 2019

At the March 2019 District Board of Trustees meeting, the Trustees featured Robert Roddy during the Student Spotlight segment. Read More

Our Story: TCC student is following the weather

August 6, 2018

Richard Pergolizzi is setting a high bar with internship at local TV station Read More

Our Story: Returning adult student Terrius Bruce sets a course for the future

May 2, 2018

Scholar preparing for studies at FAMU and abroad Read More

Our Story: New York native Shantel Chance finds success at TCC

May 1, 2018

Future plans include med school at NYU Read More

Our Story: TCC alum helped start Tallahassee Fire Academy

March 27, 2018

TCC alum advocates for opportunities for women and girls Read More

Our Story: Kearney Center client completes TCC truck driving program

January 29, 2018

On the road from despair to hope to success Read More

Our Story: Nursing grad Courtney Weiner ready to fulfill childhood dream

December 6, 2017

Headed to NICU at Tallahassee Memorial HealthCare Read More

Our Story: Remembering Fred W. Turner, TCC's first president

November 20, 2017

Fred W. Turner held many titles during his long, successful career in education—not the least of which was founding president of Tallahassee Community College. But to his son, Mike, he was both “dad” and “hero.” Read More