Alan and Karen Murray
Alan and Karen Murray created an endowed scholarship fund to benefit students attending Tarrant County College. This scholarship is to aid those students who wish to take advantage of education to further their future and have demonstrated unmet financial need. Tarrant County College is a fine institution whose graduates improve and contribute to our local community. This scholarship is a way to give back to that community by continuing to help students succeed.
Allan Saxe is an adjunct instructor at Tarrant County College’s Southeaset Campus. Allan Saxe is a renowned political science professor and has taught at the University of Texas at Arlington since 1965.
American Airlines Center
A scholarship established to assist students in their studies at Tarrant County College.
American Association of University Women - Tarrant County
The American Association of University Women has been empowering women as individuals and as a community since 1881. The American Association of University Women of Fort Worth and Tarrant County is dedicated to the advancement of women and girls, lifelong education and positive societal change.
American Assoication of University Women (AAUW) - Fort Worth Branch
The Fort Worth Branch of the American Association of University Women (AAUW) is dedicated to the lifelong education of women and girls and positive societal change.
American Institute of Architects, Fort Worth Chapter
This scholarship is established through support of the American Institute of Architects, Fort Worth Chapter, Tarrant County College faculty and staff, and community members interested in the education of future architects who are beginning their studies at TCC.
Balfour Beatty Construction
An industry leader for more than 80 years, Balfour Beatty Construction US provides general contracting, at-risk construction management, and design-build services for a wide variety of markets, serving clients in both the public and private sectors. The company is the U.S. subsidiary of London-based Balfour Beatty plc (LSE: BBY), a leading international infrastructure group that finances, develops, builds and maintains complex building programs focused on social and commercial buildings, power and utility systems, and transportation. Consistently ranked among the nation’s largest building contractors, Balfour Beatty Construction Services US has been cited as a Top 10 Domestic Building Contractor and Top 10 Green Builder by Engineering News-Record.
Bates Container, Ltd.
This scholarship was established in loving memory of Hardy Sanders, co-founder of Bates Container Ltd., which started in 1963. Conceived with the notion that there was a market for innovation, quality and the very best service along with an unwavering high level of integrity, today Bates is among the larger independent converters of corrugated packaging in the United States.
Bell Helicopter, A Textron Company
Bell Helicopter has established scholarships at Tarrant County College to benefit students pursuing career training in one or more TCC aviation programs. Bell Helicopter’s 50 years in Tarrant County include not only employing thousands of individuals but also providing support for the community and region.
Ben L. Fryrear
Ben L. Fryrear is a businessman in Tarrant County for over 30 years. Mr. Fryrear wants to help those students who believe that education and hard work is the pathway to success.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of North Texas
Created a scholarship for students who were once Little Brothers/Little Sisters in the Big Brothers Big Sisters Program, and named in honor of the former Executive Director of the Fort Worth Branch.
Burlington North Santa Fe (BNSF) Railway Foundation
The BNSF Foundation created scholarships at Tarrant County College to encourage and reward students who are members of the Boys and Girls Club of Greater Fort Worth and/or Big Brothers Big Sisters of North Texas as they work to achieve their educational dreams.
Carswell Retired Officer's Wives Club
This Club established a scholarship to assist students pursuing an education at Tarrant County College that are veterans, active members of the U.S. armed forces, or the spouse of an active or retired member of the U.S. armed forces.
Chaine des Rotisseurs, Bailliage de Fort Worth
This scholarship is established and funded by Chaine des Rotisseurs, Bailliage de Fort Worth in memory of Leonard Lee Jones, to benefit students in the Culinary Arts Program at Tarrant County College.
The Victory Scholarship has been created to celebrate and further the academic mission of Tarrant County College. TCC has had a generational impact on the Tarrant County community by providing access to the dream of higher education. The Victory Scholarship is intended to help future generations keep their faith and hope for a better life and the community intact.
This scholarship has been established by Charter Communications in support of students pursuing their education at TCC in Computer Science or Information Technology.
Chesapeake Energy Corporation
Chesapeake Energy Corporation provided charitable gifts to create a scholarship for students attending Tarrant County College.
Colleagues of Cheryl Roberts
Cheryl Roberts was the Divisional Dean of Humanities at Tarrant County College on the Trinity River Campus. Cheryl Roberts retired after more than 24 years of dedicated service to TCC and thousands of students.
Colleagues of Dr. Judith J. Carrier
Colleagues of Dr. Judith J. Carrier established a scholarship in her honor when she retired from Tarrant County College after serving the college for over 40 years. Dr. Carrier served in a variety of capacities including founding President of the Southeast Campus.
Colleagues of Sam Krhovjak
The Sam Krhovjak Memorial Scholarship is established by colleagues of Sam Krhovjak, Provost of Continuing Education at Tarrant County College from 1975 to 1996, in his memory for the benefit of students enrolled in Continuing Education classes.
Colleagues of Sandra McCurdy
This scholarship was established and funded by many colleagues in honor of Sandra McCurdy’s retirement from Tarrant County College after 16 years of faithful service to students and to the College District.
Colleyville Lions Club
This scholarship was established by the Colleyville Lions Club to assist individuals who have graduated from or currently reside in the Birdville, Grapevine Colleyville, HEB, or Keller Independent School Districts or who are graduates of the Nolan Catholic, Faith Christian, or Covenant High Schools.
Community Foundation of North Texas
A scholarship established in memory of Dwain H. Hughes to assist TCC students pursuing careers in nursing. Mr. Hughes was vice president and CFO of RadioShack Corporation and served as a lieutenant colonel, U.S. Air Force Reserves, where he personally witnessed the heroic efforts of nurses on the frontline.
Delta Air Lines Foundation
A scholarship established by the Delta Airlines Foundation to benefit students in the Tarrant County College Aviation Program.
Department of Psychology/Sociology at the Northeast Campus
This scholarship was established by members of the Department of Psychology/Sociology at the Northeast Campus for exemplary students pursuing one of these fields of studies.
DFW Professional Aviation Maintenance Association Scholarship Fund
The DFW Professional Aviation Maintenance Association is the premier association for Aviation Maintenance Technicians. PAMA promotes professionalism and recognition for Aviation Maintenance Technicians through fostering continuous improvement in aviation safety and the aviation community. The organization achieves this through communication, education, representation and support.
Dr. Cathie Jackson
The scholarship was established by Dr. Cathie Jackson in celebration and appreciation of the support staff of the Tarrant County College Admissions, Records, and Registrar offices who worked diligently on behalf of students and the community during her 34 years with TCC. This scholarship will enable excellent students to achieve their educational goals.
Dr. Jane Harper, Ph.d.
This scholarship was established by Dr. Jane Harper, in honor of those first and long-tenured employees of Tarrant County College’s Northeast Campus. This endowed scholarship will be awarded for the first time during the 50th anniversary of the opening of Northeast Campus.
Dr. May Owen
Dr. May Owen (1892-1988) was a pathologist and distinguished herself as a scientist when she discovered that the powder once used in surgical gloves could cause scarring, adhesions and peritonitis. Dr. Owen was the first woman elected president of the Texas Society of Pathologists (1945), of the Tarrant County Medical Society (1947) and of the Texas Medical Association (1960). She also chaired the TMA Council on Scientific Affairs for nine years. The TMA acknowledged her many contributions with their highest honor. In 1969 she received the TMA’s Distinguished Service Award.
Dr. Princess Jackson
Dr. Princess Jackson established a scholarship to benefit Tarrant County College students pursuing studies in the Long Term Care Administration Program.