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

Thanks for a great 2016 Alumni Night!

Alumni Rainiers Night

Over 200 alumni and friends joined us on the new party deck as the Rainier's played the Oklahoma City Dodgers. With gloves in hand, kids and adults caught balls in outfield, toured the field and ate their fill of hamburgers and hot dogs.

Join us again in 2017!

Contact Asha at TCC for more information.

 

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!

Contact Us

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

TCC Foundation Staff Directory

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Important Links to Learn More

  • SALT Program
    TCC has teamed up with SALT, a new membership program, to help our alumni manage their money and student loans. Here's the best part -- we are providing all of its services to our alumni as a gift -- free of charge.
  • 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.