The Treasure Valley Community College Foundation's Third Annual Garden and Outdoor Living Tour, featuring seven lovely area gardens and outdoor living spaces, will take place Saturday, June 18. Tickets for the self-guided tour can be purchased at Red Apple Marketplace, Amai Medspa, Andrews Seed, Four Rivers Cultural Center Gift Shop, Jolts & Juice and Salon Salon.
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Some of the best talent in the Treasure Valley will have their skills on display Thursday, May 12, at TVCC.
Four employees in Treasure Valley Community College's IT department got their start in the cooperative work experience program, working in the department for college credit.
Playing in the sandbox, or learning? One TVCC program allows students to do both simultaneously.
Singers and duets have the opportunity to compete for the opportunity to create a professional studio recording of a single during "The Valley's Got Talent."
Tuesday evening, a group of Foundation board members, faculty and staff and community members met to review and score applications for Treasure Valley Community College scholarships.
Oregon middle- and high school students will have the opportunity to experience hands-on learning with Aerospace Technology during an Aerospace Technology Camp to be held on the Ontario campus Aug. 1-12.
Sewage line break closes Caldwell Center temporarily. Evening classes cancelled on 3/31/16 and all classes cancelled on 4/1/16.
TVCC is a proud sponsor of Exploring the Amazon and its Archaeology, a presentation by Dr. Myrtle Shock, April 4 at the Four Rivers Cultural Center
Single father Jeremy Johnson is grateful for the support he's received from the TVCC Foundation, and once he's settled in his nursing career, hopes to help students himself.
Sandie Dickinson doesn't like "being afraid." To remedy that she does "things that scare" her. She's nearly conquered the challenge of graduating from TVCC.
Jesus Carbajal, a Notus graduate, says TVCC was the right choice for him.
The Board of Education is considering asking the public to support a bond to build a new nursing/allied health building and to significantly upgrade other campus buildings.
Joe and Cordi Atkinson, of Vale, are known world-wide for their expertise training eagles. The pair recently spent time in the Philippines, working with Philippine eagles, and present their experiences March 14 at TVCC.
Apply by March 1, 2016 for free TVCC tuition through Oregon Promise.
TVCC Library collecting books for local kids
Nov. 3, 8 am to 4 pm, Four Rivers Cultural Center Lobby
Nov. 7th. Fun activities for grades 5th - 9th. Features explosive chemical magic show.
Malheur COunty Fairgrounds. Don't miss all of the action!
Noon, Thursday, Oct. 8 - in honor of victims at Umpqua Community College
There will be no access to the TVCC website, MyTVCC, Blackboard, and the Library will be closed.
The community is invited to free movie nights.
Starting July 3 through August 28, 2015
June 12 at 7:30 pm.
June 20th from 10:30 am - 3:30 pm.
4-person handicap golf scramble charity event at Scotch Pines Golf Course in Payette
7 pm, on Thursday, Nov. 6, in the Meyer-McLean Theatre. Free community event.
8 am to 4 pm in the Four Rivers Cultural Center, Ontario Campus. 8 am to 5 pm at the Caldwell Center.
There's still time to register and attend class this fall.
7 pm, Meyer-McLean Theatre, Four Rivers Cultural Center
April 30 from 1 to 3 pm. Science Center Auditorium. Sponsored by the Natural Resources Club and the Ag Ambassadors. Free event. Community members welcome.
Wednesday, April 23 at 7:30 pm. Seating first-come, first-seated. Last year's event drew record crowds.
Come to the college Wednesday, January 22 from 1:00pm - 6:00pm
Ready to sell your books back to the bookstore? Find out when the bookstore is doing buyback for Fall 2013.
Participate in the 3rd Annual Achieving the Dream scholarship contest for a chance to win a $1000 scholarship.
Pick a tag from the Book Giving Tree and help give the gift of reading to elementary school students for Christmas.
Legendary Jazz Trombonist Bill Watrous will perform and present master classes for trombone and jazz improvisation at TVCC on Dec. 16.
The annual Turkey Trot marathon invites you to run, walk, or stroll to benefit the TVCC Cross Country team.
Representative Cliff Bentz speaks to criminal justice class
Future college students have the opportunity to learn more about attending college.
Local elementary schools visit TVCC for private performances of the "Young People's Concert."
TVCC partners in an event for student leaders in the community.
Join Oregon Poet Laureate Paulann Petersen in a writing workshop dedicated to generating new work
TVCC now offers an Associate of Applied Science Degree in Aviation as of Fall 2013.
TVCC kicks off the school year with a campus fair connecting students with the community.
TVCC launches mobile app on Apple and Android devices.
The TVCC Foundation welcomes students, alumni, and friends of the college to a back-to-school social.
Area high school students participate in an innovative welding training program.
Photography students at TVCC take a field trip to a historic mining town.
Join TVCC for some fun movies this summer.
Drop by the TVCC booth at the Malheur County Fair.
Assistant coach steps in to lead women's soccer.
Linda Varnes, a TVCC art instructor, is being featured as artist of the month at the Lizard Butte Library in Marsing, Idaho.
As part of the Integrated Pesticide Management efforts required by the State of Oregon, campus must be closed during widespread herbicide or pesticide applications. There will be no access to campus on July 4th in order to apply herbicides.
The Bookstores in both Ontario and Caldwell will be closed for inventory Monday, July 1st and Tuesday, July 2nd.
Six students will represent Treasure Valley Community College next week at the College National Finals Rodeo, June 10-16 in Casper, Wyo.
TVCC to host Great Basin Jazz Camp for high school students July 12 - July 18.
Log into my.tvcc.cc to vote for teacher of the year at TVCC.
Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society receives award.
Want to forward your TVCC email to another address? Here's how you do it!
Congratulations to Britney Meza-Turner, recipient of the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Scholarship.
Starting Monday, April 15th, students will be able to access Office 365 through myTVCC.
Meet local employers on April 3 from 10:00am - 4:00pm.
TVCC Science Center officially named in honor of Laura Moore Cunningham.
Final Exams take place from March 18 - 22.
Come join the forums to learn more about the candidates.
Need help paying for college? The TVCC Foundation is waiting for your scholarship application.
The Bookstores in Ontario and Caldwell Center will both be closed for Staff Training, Thursday, Jan 24th from 3-5pm.
TVCC will host the National League for Nursing Accreditation (NLNAC) later this month to conduct a site review for initial accreditation of the College's Nursing program.
Save the date for the official grand-opening and ribbon-cutting event.
Classes begin Jan. 7 in this new, state-of-the-art building.
The college will be closed from Dec. 22 through Jan. 1. Offices reopen on Jan. 2
Stop by and visit with an advisor today!
Don't forget to bring your ID to the TVCC testing center.
9 am to 1 pm. TVCC Art Building. Find great holiday deals from local artists.
Friday, Nov. 30 at 7:30 PM at the Meyer-McLean Theatre. This is a family-friendly, free concert.
Come tell us how ASG can help your campus club
Nov. 6. Event showcases career and technical education programs.
Want to be notified by text or email in case of campus closures? Signing up for TVCC Alert is free and easy.
Run, walk or stroll so you can eat another roll. Annual Thanksgiving Day race begins at 9 am.
Do you just want to take a class for fun or personal enrichment? TVCC offers a variety of non-credit community education classes. Check out our class schedule.
TVCC Director Mark Denison and the Treasure Valley Symphony present the Annual Young People's Concert featuring "Heroes and Villains" on Oct. 26.