The grant will be used to serve low-income students and strengthen academic quality, institutional management and fiscal stability.
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!
Working to Help Ugandan Children
Members of Phi Theta Kappa at TVCC collected used denim clothing from students, faculty and staff, and held a day-long "cutting" event, to cut the denim to be used for shoes for Ugandan children, to protect them from jiggers, a parasite that burrows into the skin on the childrens' feet.. The cut pieces were then shipped away to be manufactured into shoes.
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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.
The TVCC Board of Education will ask district voters to approve a bond which will fund expansion of the Vocational-Technical Education building, plus safety and security upgrades on the campus.
Fifty high school and middle school students have spent the week at TVCC learning about science, math, robotics, engineering and technology.
TVCC has received $4.49 million over five years from two grants intended to help migrant workers attend college
A recent study shows that people with at least some college experience are more likely to find employment than people who never took a college class