Library and Learning Resources Center Renovations (photos)

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The College’s library and Learning Resources Center in Wythe Hall on the Hampton campus were renovated. The upgrades include new furniture, ceiling tiles and lights and an updated floor plan resulting in more accessible service points, an expanded computer area, new group-study spaces and a modern aesthetic.

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Online applications are now available for 2012-2013 Parking Permits

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Online applications are now available for 2012-2013 Parking Permits. Fees for parking are included in tuition and fees.

Complete the online student parking application at:

Remember to print and review your confirmation page which includes the date and location to pick up your permit. Students who submit the application by July 31 should pick up their hang tags at the designated location listed on the confirmation page.

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Hampton Library – Closed for Renovations

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The Hampton Library will be closed for renovations from May 8 – 16.  Services will resume on May 17 though some services may be relocated.  A book drop will remain accessible at the back door to Wythe Hall.  Students who need to renew books over the phone should call the Historic Triangle Library at (757) 258-6500.

Other Learning Resource Center offices will also be closed during the semester break, as follows:

  • The Academic Computer Lab will be closed to students but open to faculty from May 8 – 11.  The lab will be closed entirely from May 14 – 16, reopening on May 17.
  • The College Math Center and the Tutorial Learning Center will be closed from May 8 – 16, reopening on May 17.
  • The College Writing Center will be closed from May 8 – 21, reopening on May 22.
  • The Make-Up and Distance Learning Testing Center will be closed from May 9 – 21, reopening on May 22.

TNCC Workforce Development Hosts Hampton Police Job Recruiting Session on February 1

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Thomas Nelson Community College Workforce Development will host a Hampton Police Law Enforcement Job Recruiting Session on Wednesday, February 1 at 11 a.m. in Room 726 in TNCC’s Hampton III Building, located at 525 Butler Farm Road. The Fair is free and open to TNCC students and the general public. The dress code is business casual.

Available positions include: Police Patrol Officer, 911 Dispatcher, Forensic Specialist, Staff Technician, Information Clerk, Records Clerk, School Crossing Guard and Administrative Assistant, and Police Cadet. For additional information, contact Terry Wilson in the TNCC Career Services Department at 757-865-5863.

New TNCC Workforce Training Responds to Increasing Demand for Cyber Security

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Thomas Nelson Community College Workforce Development (TNCC-WD) is now offering education in one of today’s fastest growing career fields: cyber security. The College recently received grants from Virginia’s Community College System to implement cyber security training across the Peninsula.

The grants give TNCC the resources to collaborate with Internet security firms to train new cyber security professionals. Participants will obtain the expertise necessary to reduce vulnerability in their information infrastructures, as well as to meet new National Security Administration standards.

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TNCC Hampton Campus to test emergency siren September 23, 12:00 – 2:00 p.m.

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Thomas Nelson Community College will test an emergency alert system on Friday, September 23 from 12:00 -2:00 p.m. at the Hampton Campus. The test of the siren system will be for the Hampton Campus only.

This is only a test of a system the College is considering to enhance the emergency communication capabilities at TNCC. Coordination with the City of Hampton and Langley Emergency Operations Centers has been done and they are in support of our siren test. Expect to hear several different tones and voice messages during this time period. There will be no annunciation of messages that could be interpreted as actual warnings.