South Campus: Accolades

Brenda Padilla, an adjunct instructor in the Massage Therapy Program, earned the President’s Award from the Texas Chapter American Massage Therapy Association (AMTA).  The President’s Award is given to a person who has demonstrated the highest level of dedication, devotion and willingness to serve the AMTA at their chapter level. John Lundberg was a guest […]

TCC Students Head to Austin for Community College Day

When Tatanya Kisin, professor of Government on TCC South and sponsor of the Student Government Association, emailed her SGA students in November about paying a January visit to the Texas Legislature, she listed all the pluses and didn’t dodge the single minus – the bus for Austin would leave the campus at 5 a.m. “Within […]

City of Southlake’s Planning and Development Services Wants to Hear from You!

The City of Southlake values commitment to excellence by responsively providing quality customer-service to our public. For this reason, the Planning and Development Services Department has re-vamped its Customer Service Survey to make it easier for residents to leave feedback on their experience working with our staff. “We utilize these surveys a tool to improve […]

Faculty Spotlight: Shereah Taylor

It’s April 2019 and Shereah Taylor is going through withdrawal. No, not that kind. Nothing to do with what one might smoke, snort or swig. Rather, it’s that conflicted, kind of empty feeling that comes when a very long, but very rewarding project reaches an end. Taylor, associate professor and coordinator of TCC South’s Teacher […]

Ozone Action Days – What Are They?

Since the ozone forecast season started in March, the DFW Metroplex has experienced two Ozone Action Days. And as part of the City’s efforts to keep you informed those alerts were posted to the City of Southlake Facebook page. So what is Ozone Action Day? It’s a public notification from the Texas Commission on Environmental […]