Category Archives: Tarrant County College

Tarrant County College Celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month

As part of its commitment to serve the community, Tarrant County College invites area residents to join its annual multi-campus celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, honoring the cultures and contributions of Hispanic Americans. The national observance officially runs Sept. 15 to Oct. 15. Hosted this year by South, TCC’s districtwide, 9th…

Arlington ISD to Open Second Early College High School Campus

The Arlington ISD is set to open a second early college high school in partnership with Tarrant County College Southeast Campus. The district was recently notified that its Early College High School Planning Year application for 2018-2019 has been approved by the Texas Education Agency. After successfully completing the planning year,…

Arlington Eats: Tarrant County College’s Culinary Arts Program

Come along for a mouthwatering ride and catch The American Dream City’s cultural diversity and unique cuisine with Arlington Eats on MyArlingtonTV. In this month’s edition of Arlington Eats, host Andrew Tanielian visits Tarrant County College’s Culinary Arts Program at the Southeast Campus in The American Dream City. The program is designed…

UTA, Arlington ISD Create New Pathway to Baccalaureate

The University of Texas at Arlington and the Arlington Independent School District signed an agreement Monday, June 5 that provides a seamless transition to a four-year university degree for traditionally underserved high school students currently enrolled at Arlington Collegiate High School, located on Tarrant County College’s Southeast Campus. ACHS students can already earn an associate’s…

City Coordinates Response Efforts To Storm Damage

Editor’s Note, added on April 4, 2017:Collection of debris from last week’s storm continues. Please remember that limbs and fence panels should be cut into 4 foot sections or smaller and stacked curbside in manageable piles. We are not requiring that limbs be bundled at this time. After April 10th,…

Allan Saxe: Professor & Philanthropist Continues to Help Arlington Dream Big

With major contributions to North Texas as an author, philanthropist, television/radio commentator and professor, Allan Saxe continues to wear many hats and his imprint on the City of Arlington is undeniable. Saxe’s mother left him $500,000 upon her death and he has used that money to give back to The American Dream…

Tarrant County College Board of Trustees Selects Diane Patrick to Fill Vacancy

The Tarrant County College Board of Trustees has announced the appointment of Diane Patrick, Ph. D., to fill the District 3 seat recently vacated by Kristin Vandergriff. Patrick will take the oath of office at the Aug. 18 board meeting. District 3 covers north and central Arlington and part of Euless. Patrick’s…

Tarrant Co. College Celebrates African-American Heritage Month

Tarrant County College is observing African-American Heritage Month with events that explore the history and celebrate the future of the black community.  Events are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted. Northeast CampusMosier Valley: A Historical Photography Exhibit will be available for viewing during the entire month of…