The Tallahassee Science Festival brings together scientists from across the community. Last year’s festival had more than 110 exhibits representing science, technology, engineering and math with hands-on experiences for children of all ages. You don’t want to miss this year’s festival on Saturday, November 23 from 10 a.m to 2 p.m. at Kleman Plaza and TCC Center for Innovation.
Join us in the Student Union Ballroom at 2:30pm on November 22, Friday, to mingle with others who are from other countries or who have studied abroad! Tips for Traveling, working, studying, and living abroad! Learn about Study Abroad and exchange opportunities!
Formerly known as “Bringing the World to TCC”, this global event returns to the Student Union Ballroom on Tuesday, November 19th from 12:30 to 2:30 p.m.
Guests may “visit” countries represented in TCC’s student population — Traveling around the globe in learning and talking with international students about their culture, food, traditions, home countries and how they came to be at TCC. Passport representatives will be on-site to hand out passport applications and talk about how to renew or obtain a US passport.
Let’s have some skele-fun this Talo-ween! On Halloween, the Student Union will transform into a Haunted House! Free treats, scares and Moe’s will be waiting for you….
In recognition of October being designated as National Manufacturing Month, the Kim B. Williams Advanced Manufacturing Training Center will be hosting tours to showcase the amazing opportunities for highly advanced training offered there. Tours will start Tuesday Oct 22nd. Tours will be held daily at 10am and 2pm on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday through October 31st
See the moon, Jupiter and Saturn. Plus this is the best chance to see Mercury this fall.
Top of the Parking Garage. (Please park on fourth floor and walk up.)
Free and open to the public. (weather permitting)
Join us October, 16 at 7 p.m. for the TCC Jazz Band 2019 Fall Concert inside the TCC Turner Auditorium.