Help TJC meet its 2020 goal
Tyler Junior College is continuing its annual 50 Gallon Challenge until Friday, Sept. 11.
For the past nine years, TJC has partnered with Carter BloodCare Center to host the 50 Gallon Challenge where they challenge the community to donate blood. This
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Disability services are available at Tyler Junior College for students with a disability who require accommodations in order to have a more successful college experience. The Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 requires public colleges and universities to provide reasonable and appropriate
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In order to minimize the spread of COVID-19, TJC is implementing face covering policies. TJC students, staff and faculty are required to cover their mouth and nose in all public indoor spaces including classrooms, building entrances and exits, and lobbies and lounges.
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The clouds were gray and there was fear of rain on May 8, 2020, but nothing was going to hold the Tyler Junior College class of 2020 from being honored for all their hard work and accomplishments.
This year the traditional graduation
I stay up late, and I wake up late. I don't always get out of my PJs. And honestly, I am not making the best snack food choices. But I don't just want to talk about the things I'm doing wrong because instead I need
TJC hosting 9th annual '50 Gallon Challenge' blood drive
Tyler Junior College is partnering with Carter Blood Care for the ninth year to host the “50 Gallon Challenge” blood drive. This year’s challenge began on March 30 and will continue daily from 10 a.m. to 6
As of March 19 all
in-person and hybrid classes at Tyler Junior College will be temporarily moved
to an online format, and online courses will continue as planned. TJC announced
a tentative return to campus on April 6, following Texas Gov. Greg Abbott’s
Abbott gave an update on
when I first heard of the Coronavirus or COVID-19. Everyone seemed to not be
making a big deal about it and most just laughed it off. In the back of my
head, I was trying not to worry about it myself. In my personal life, I