Dr. L. Michael Metke is announcing his retirement after serving at the helm as president/chancellor for 12 years.
Metke will officially retire from his position effective June 30, 2019, marking him as the sixth person to do so in TJC history.
Since his hiring, Metke
When I look back over my two years at TJC it's hard to think that time has gone by so fast. It feels like it was just yesterday that I was hugging my family goodbye as they dropped me off at TJC for the first
On April 23, TJC held an event known as the Light the Night rally in the at 5:30 in the Wagstaff Gym. The rally was to raise awareness for sexual assault and to educate students on other matters of campus safety.
April is known
This April marks the 5th annual Art Festival to be held at TJC. This festival is a collaboration between various departments at TJC such as art, music, theater, speech, dance and visual communications. The festival also works with The Bell Tower Arts Journal,” International Day,
On March 5th the Tyler Junior College Student Senate
hosted an event for students to learn legal advice on some of the issues that
college students find concerning. TJC alumni Judge Amy McCullough was the
speaker for the event.
McCullough is a Tyler native who graduated from TJC in
This semester has brought many new developments to Tyler Junior College, such as new programs and new clubs. However, the semester has also reintroduced old clubs in a new light. On Feb. 22, the International Game Developers Association held a gaming tournament in
Culinary arts program officially opens new building.
Spring semester is in full swing at Tyler Junior College. Every semester brings new courses and developments to the campus. Last year, TJC started building the facility for the new culinary program. Although the facility is not fully completed,