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Facilities Administration | Mail, Printing & Receiving
Child Care Center
Angelo Guidrone Fine Arts Building
Institutional Advancement | TCC Foundation | Continuing Education
ABE/GED/ESL | Library | Student Learning Center
Reading & Study Skills Center | Admissions
Advising | Assessment | Career Center Outreach | Registration | Student Records
Bookstore/Food Service | CASA/MECA | International Programs
Student Life | Student Center | Student Government Center for Academic Support & Acheivement |
International Student Programs | Multi-Ethnic & Cultural Affairs
Classroom & Administration Building
Business Office | Financial Aid/Cashier | Human Resources
Security/Parking | Student IDs | Veterans Affairs
The Transue Center for Science and Engineering houses science lab classrooms, a Geology Wall, a greenhouse, and group study areas
Information Technology | Information Commons
Adjunct Faculty Center | ACT Testing and Certification Center
Health, Justice and Human Services | Math Advising Resource Center (MARC)
ACT Testing & Certification Center
Athletics | Fitness Center | Gymnasium | Physical Education
Faculty Office Building 1
Faculty Office Building 2
Lecture Hall 1
Lecture Hall 2
Babe and Herman Lehrer Japanese Friendship Garden
The TCC Japanese Friendship Garden is not only a showcase, but a bridge in its own right. It connects the students, faculty, administration and staff of the college to the larger Tacoma community, to the people of Japan, and to the Japanese-American community of the South Sound.
The garden beautifies the campus while at the same time manifesting our spirit of understanding and acceptance of cultures beyond the American mainstream.
The garden offers visitors a place to relax and reflect with an open, inviting design. Created as a "karesansui" (waterless) garden, it includes a dry waterfall arrangement anchoring the highest corner of the site, flowing through a series of step downs to a sea of white sand with a pebble beach and central island reached by stone bridges. A 12-foot-tall pagoda and several stone lanterns will remind visitors that human artifacts also have a place in nature