Alumni and Friends

When you choose TCC, you become part of a special community committed to giving others a leg up on educational and career success. You are a part of our community and our history, and we look up to you.

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Team up with us

Connect with us, share your stories and your Titan pride. #Titan4Life

Stay Connected

Tell us what you're up to

Fill out the online TCC Alumni Information Form and let us know what's new in your life! Share your experiences with fellow TCC alumni and staff members, and find out what your classmates have been up to. And if it's been awhile, don't forget to update your info!

You may also send your news, accomplishments and/or any photos to Jody Matthews, Special Events and Alumni Coordinator.

image of 2014 TCC Alumni Night at Rainiers announementTCC Alumni Night

Join fellow TCC alumni and friends for a night of baseball at Cheney Stadium. Enjoy the game in style from the right field party deck.

  • Saturday, June 7
  • Game Time: 5:00pm
  • Cheney Stadium, Tacoma

Your ticket includes a ballpark buffet, soda, water, beer, and wine. Tickets are $20 for adults and $10 for children 12 and under.

For more information call Asha Bhaga.

TCC Foundation

Learn more about the TCC Foundation, proud sponsor of the Alumni Association.

Contact Us

TCC Foundation
Tacoma Community College, Bldg. 6
6501 South 19th Street
Tacoma, WA 98466-6100
Phone: 253.566.5003
Email: alumni@tacomacc.edu

TCC Foundation Staff Directory

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Important Links to Learn More

  • Career & Job Center
    Put your TCC degree to work! Career assessments, occupation research, job fairs can help.
  • Make a Gift
    Fifty percent of TCC students rely on Financial Aid and Scholarships to make their educational goals a reality. Be an invaluable part of helping another student get the same excellent education you did.

TCC alumna Karen Meyers, principal of Lakes High School.

“I didn’t have set in stone why I wanted to go to school, what I wanted to get out of it. I knew that getting a general education would be a great start.”

-- TCC alumna and Lakes High School Principal Karen Mauer-Smith. Watch the video now.