Tarrant County College Launches Strategic Plan Development

FORT WORTH, Texas — Tarrant County College today kicks off a six-month planning process that will inform strategies to enrich the student and employee experience, strengthen the economy and grow TCC’s prominence as one of the best comprehensive two-year institutions in the nation.

“Developing a strategic plan that will take us into 2030 and beyond is exciting and critically important,” said TCC Chancellor Elva LeBlanc. “It will build on the College’s strength and stature without losing sight of our dedication to student achievement and community engagement.”

Assistant to the Chancellor Serafin Garcia and Chief Transformation Officer Victoria Yen will lead an inclusive and transparent process, culminating in a framework that captures the same vision that inspired TCC’s founding almost 60 years ago.

Partnering with MGT of America, a higher education consulting firm based in Tampa, Fla., the College will conduct interviews, focus groups and surveys to shape measurable goals and action steps.

“TCC is a dynamic, accomplished institution,” Dr. LeBlanc said. “Our accomplishments come directly from our students, faculty, staff, friends and partners. With them we will advance our future.”

A website has been created to share next moves and a timeline. The final document will be ready for review by the TCC Board of Trustees in August.

Tarrant County College is one of the nation’s largest higher education institutions and boasts the second lowest tuition of Texas’ Top 10 community colleges. A comprehensive two-year college with six campuses in Tarrant County and online classes, TCC offers a range of opportunities for learners of all ages and backgrounds, including Associate of Arts and Associate of Applied Science degrees; workforce and economic development programs; technical and skilled trades programs; and customized training for area businesses and corporations.