Russian engineer and artist Olga Russell will teach a course in Russian language, culture and history Tuesday and Thursday evenings from April 4 to June 15.
With 7,500 students, not 30,000 - Treasure Valley Community College's small class sizes, taught by experienced instructors, make this a college you can navigate. New residence halls, with incredible student activities, clubs, athletics, and performing arts, one and two year degrees, plus one of the top-rated nursing programs in the region, makes TVCC the right choice for you. Get started and apply today!
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At TVCC, we know learning takes place inside - and outside - the classroom. Field trips, experiential learning, internships and cooperative learning classes enhance your academic opportunities. Real world experience - taught by faculty who really know their subjects - makes TVCC the right choice.
Students from TVCC's student leadership and women's basketball teams, plus residence hall students, helped shovel snow in Ontario on their Thursday snow day.
Robin Jackson, long-time art instructor at TVCC, will be honored Friday, Jan. 13, as the Ontario Chamber of Commerce Educator of the Year.
Jan. 9-27, The IT department and Foundation at TVCC will hold an electronics recycling event. Bring outdated electronics to any of five locations on the Ontario campus. Pacific Steel and Recycling will donate the value of all recyclables to the TVCC Foundation.
Winter Break is a good time to work on scholarship applications, and with a Jan. 15 deadline, it's best not to wait.