Texarkana College is closely monitoring the COVID-19 outbreak and has established the following procedures of Friday. As the national, state and local situations develop, Texarkana College will continue to monitor and respond appropriately.
Damon Eric Lynn of New Boston, Texas, age 56, passed away on February 15, 2020. A memorial service will be held for Lynn on Saturday, March 14, at 10AM in the Truman Arnold Student Center on the Texarkana College Campus, 2500 N. Robison Road. Pastor Kelsey Coleman will officiate the service under the direction of East Funeral Home.
A statewide accountability report released this week by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board shows Texarkana College ranking first in student graduation rates among Texas community colleges. The preliminary results indicate 49.7% of full-time, first time in college students graduate within three years of beginning their degree or certificate program at Texarkana College, doubling the stat
Texarkana College Student Success Coach Phillip Parrish knows the importance of meeting students where they are in life to help them overcome barriers to a better and more fulfilling future. Today at TC’s Board of Trustees meeting, board members heard from Parrish about the significant impact TC’s Workforce Success Center is having on students.
Texarkana College mourns the death of TC Police Officer Damon Lynn who passed away today from injuries resulting from a motorcycle accident near the highway intersections of I49 and I20 in Shreveport, LA. Officer Lynn was participating in a recreational motorcycle ride with fellow police officers when the accident occurred. The crash is still under investigation but there were no other vehicles in
More than 500 students earned a spot on Texarkana College’s scholastic honor roll for fall 2019 by earning high grade point averages (GPA) in twelve or more college-level semester credit hours. Students on the President’s List earned a 3.8 GPA or higher and students earning GPAs of 3.2 or higher were placed on the Dean’s List. Students in academic, workforce, as well as high school students parti
“Honoring the Past, Vocalizing the Future,” is Texarkana College’s mantra for Black History Month 2020. Events are scheduled throughout the month to promote community and student engagement and bring greater awareness to the achievements of African Americans throughout history and those who are shaping the future.
At the January board meeting, Texarkana College Trustees heard a report on the success of TC’s Educational Opportunity Center (EOC). College officials reported that the program is helping level the playing field for Bowie and Cass County residents who want to attend college but who lack the resources or support needed to start the admissions process.