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What is the Tarrant County College (TCC) District?

Established by a countywide election in July 1965, TCC is a community college that offers two-year associate’s degrees, certificate programs, and occupational skills awards. Its programs include university transfers, workforce education, customized training, technical, developmental, and adult literacy courses, and other community services. As of Fall 2017, student enrollment was 52,956, making TCC one of the twenty largest higher educational institutions in the US.

The TCC District is overseen by a seven-member Board of Trustees, who are elected by the voters of Tarrant County. There are five main campuses—Northeast (Hurst), Northwest (north Fort Worth), South (south Fort Worth), Southeast (Arlington), and Trinity River (downtown Fort Worth)—as well as an online campus, and smaller facilities located across the county.

What is a bond?

A bond is essentially an IOU. Instead of going to a bank to get a loan, like an individual might do, governments can issue bonds to raise money for specific projects. An investor buys a bond on the understanding that they will be paid back, in full and with interest, on a set date (limited by law to 40 years). In most cases, governments must seek voter approval to issue a bond.

Tarrant County College District Propositions


What will the bond package pay for?

The bond package (the first in twenty-five years) will pay for the following:

  • NW Campus improvements ($308 million)
  • SE Campus improvements ($125 million)
    Districtwide infrastructure improvements ($202 million)
  • Other district-wide renovations/improvements ($190 million)
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