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Bryan Renfro named dean at TJC

Published on Wednesday, 27th July 2016 in Professional & Technical Programs news

Bryan Renfro has been named dean of the Tyler Junior College School of Professional and Technical Programs, TJC officials have announced. His appointment is effective Aug. 1.

BubbleMania’ returns to TJC science center July 21-23

Published on Thursday, 14th July 2016 in Center for Earth and Space Science Education news

Back by popular demand, Casey Carle, comic “bubble-ologist,” will perform his amazing one-man show, “BubbleMania: Science, Art and Comedy” Thursday-Saturday, July 21-23, at the TJC science center.

TJC announces Spring 2016 president’s, dean’s lists

Published on Thursday, 23rd June 2016 in Academics news

Tyler Junior College has recognized 1,237 students named to the president’s and dean’s lists for their academic excellence during the Spring 2016 semester.

TJC offers new, sterile processing course for health care specialists

Published on Monday, 6th June 2016 in Nursing and Health Sciences news

Tyler Junior College is offering a new course that will provide clinical experience and certification opportunities for health care workers who specialize in sterilization of medical instruments.

‘National Parks Adventure’ film opens June 10 at TJC science center

Published on Friday, 3rd June 2016 in Center for Earth and Space Science Education news

Audiences are invited on the ultimate trek into the nation’s awe-inspiring outdoors and untamed wilderness in “National Parks Adventure,” which opens Friday, June 10, at the TJC science center.

John Soules Foods partners with TJC for $73,584 job-training grant

Published on Thursday, 2nd June 2016 in Continuing Studies news

John Soules Foods, Inc. has partnered with TJC to provide job training for 30 new and incumbent workers using a $73,584 Skills Development Fund grant from the Texas Workforce Commission.

Dr. Linda Gary named dean at TJC

Published on Friday, 20th May 2016 in Humanities, Communications, and Fine Arts news

Dr. Linda Gary has been named dean of the Tyler Junior College School of Humanities, Communications and Fine Arts, TJC officials have announced. Her appointment is effective immediately.

Restaurant staffer receives matching gift from TJC

Published on Thursday, 19th May 2016 in About TJC news

A high school senior who received a $1,000 tip from an anonymous guest at the restaurant where she works in Gun Barrel City in April now has a matching award from Tyler Junior College.

First group of Rusk TJC Citizens Promise Scholars graduates TJC

Published on Wednesday, 18th May 2016 in Scholarships news

In May 2014, Bre’Ann Higgins became the very first Rusk High School graduate to accept the Rusk TJC Citizens Promise Scholarship.

A year after graduation, TJC surgical technology alum reflects on training, preparedness

Published on Wednesday, 11th May 2016 in Surgical Technology news

Glenda Lancaster will be the first to tell you she wasn’t a traditional college student.

TJC West Campus to host Degree Program Fair on May 17

Published on Wednesday, 11th May 2016 in Academics news

TJC’s degree programs offered on its West Campus will be front and center for a college fair set 6-8 p.m. Tuesday, May 17, at the TJC West Campus, located at 1530 South Southwest Loop

TJC announces spring 2016 graduating class

Published on Tuesday, 10th May 2016 in Academics news

TJC will hold commencement ceremonies at 10 a.m., 1 p.m. and 4 p.m. Friday, May 13, in Wagstaff Gymnasium, recognizing 1,011 candidates for spring 2016 graduation.

SFA, TJC sign agreement for Destination SFA transfer program

Published on Monday, 9th May 2016 in Academics news

Stephen F. Austin State University and Tyler Junior College officials today announced the creation of a formal Destination SFA program.

TJC kicks off 90th anniversary year with May 13 commencement ceremonies

Published on Friday, 6th May 2016 in Academics news

Along with the usual pomp and circumstance, Tyler Junior College’s May commencement ceremonies will also kick off the college’s 90th anniversary year.

TJC hosts National TRIO Day event

Published on Monday, 2nd May 2016 in TRiO news

More than 130 East Texas college students attended National TRIO Day, held recently at Tyler Junior College.

TJC announces New Student Orientation dates

Published on Friday, 29th April 2016 in New Student Orientation news

Tyler Junior College has announced dates for its upcoming New Student Orientation sessions for students entering TJC in fall 2016.

TJC West Campus to host annual HVAC engineers event

Published on Wednesday, 27th April 2016 in Engineering news

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TJC science center to host storm-spotter training

Published on Wednesday, 27th April 2016 in Center for Earth and Space Science Education news

Attention, aspiring storm-spotters.

TJC choral groups in concert Friday

Published on Wednesday, 27th April 2016 in Music news

The TJC Concert Choir and Chamber Singers will present an evening of choral music at 6 p.m. Friday, April 29, at First Presbyterian Church, located at 230 W. Rusk St., in Tyler.

Harmony & Understanding presents ‘Broadway Blast’

Published on Tuesday, 26th April 2016 in Harmony & Understanding news

TJC’s song-and-dance troupe Harmony & Understanding is warming up for its 5th annual Broadway Blast.

TJC offers summer activity, athletic camps

Published on Friday, 22nd April 2016 in Continuing Studies news

From astronomy to athletics, horsemanship to robotics, and scuba to improv comedy, Tyler Junior College has a summer camp to spark the imagination of any young explorer.

TJC announces Rotary, Watson W. Wise award winners

Published on Friday, 15th April 2016 in Academics news

Tyler Junior College has announced the recipients of the college’s annual Rotary Young Citizens and Watson W. Wise Incentive awards. Recipients are chosen by a vote of TJC faculty and staff.

Theatre TJC closes season with Thornton Wilder’s ‘Theophilus North’

Published on Friday, 15th April 2016 in Performing Arts news

Theatre TJC brings down the curtain on its 2015-16 season with “Theophilus North,” playwright Matthew Burnett’s adaptation of the semi-autobiographical, final novel by Thornton Wilder.

TJC speech and debate team wins at national tournament

Published on Thursday, 14th April 2016 in Speech news

The Tyler Junior College speech and debate team returned victorious – and national champions – from the Phi Rho Pi community college national competition held April 4-10 in Costa Mesa, California.

TJC’s DanceFest 2016 set Saturday and Sunday

Published on Tuesday, 12th April 2016 in Dance news

Cats and other mystical creatures will be center stage for DanceFest, the annual presentation by the Tyler Junior College Department of Dance and TJC Academy of Dance.

TJC, Texas Bank and Trust help students establish good financial habits

Published on Tuesday, 12th April 2016 in Promise Three news

For college students, learning to manage money is an often-overlooked key to success.

TJC literary magazine wins state honors

Published on Monday, 11th April 2016 in Bell Tower Arts And Letters news

“The Bell Tower Arts Journal,” created entirely by Tyler Junior College students brought home several awards from the recent Texas Intercollegiate Press Association Conference in Dallas.

Katz to discuss relationship between religion and science at TJC lecture series

Published on Thursday, 7th April 2016 in Center for Earth and Space Science Education news

Rabbi Neal Katz, from Congregation Beth El of Tyler, will be guest speaker for TJC’s monthly Public Science Lecture Series, set 7 p.m. Wednesday, April 13, at the TJC science center.

John Bul Dau, one of the Lost Boys of the Sudan, to speak at TJC on April 19

Published on Tuesday, 5th April 2016 in Arts Festival news

John Bul Dau endured the most extreme hardship during his youth and used it to transform his life and the lives of others in profound ways.

TJC hosts fifth successful 50 Gallon Challenge blood drive

Published on Monday, 4th April 2016 in About TJC news

For the fifth year in a row, Tyler Junior College has met – and surpassed – the lofty goal for its annual 50 Gallon Challenge blood drive.