TCC’s home is Tallahassee, capital of the beautiful
State of Florida, or ‘Sunshine State.’ With two other major universities
in town, Florida A& M University and Florida State University, Tallahassee
is the host to more than 64,000 college students from across the country and
the world making this city a melting pot of cultures and TCC a great place to
begin your college education.
Also, Tallahassee is an ideal place to live and learn -
with beautiful canopy roads, historic locations, the Gulf of Mexico, hiking and
biking trails, the natural beauty of the region is unsurpassed. You can
attend and be enriched by diverse cultural events such as FSU's Seven Days of
Opening Nights, which attracts a kaleidoscope of world-renowned artists and
performers, Springtime Tallahassee events, the Winter Festival and celebrations
on Lights, and a wide array of social and cultural programs.
Tallahassee is nearer to Atlanta than Miami, situated in the Big Bend of
northwest Florida's Panhandle. Tallahassee is sometimes known as "The
Other Florida" in attitude, topography, climate and lifestyle.
Rolling hills, moss-draped oaks, fragrant magnolia trees and grand plantation
homes cover the landscape. The Georgia line is just 14 miles to the north,
while the Gulf of Mexico is 25 miles south. Tallahassee offers a wide array of
restaurants, museums, parks and nearby Gulf beaches. Atlanta, and Orlando- home
of Walt Disney World and other attractions, are just 4 hours away.
Click here to see a beautiful video of all that Tallahassee has to offer!