Texas County Technical College Transitioning to New Ownership
Wed, 08/26/2020 - 12:54pm admin
On September 1, Charlotte Gray will transition ownership of Texas County Technical College (TCTC) in Houston, Missouri. For the past twenty-five years, Mrs. Gray has been President of TCTC and has developed a successful nursing school well-respected in the surrounding area. Arizona College, with numerous locations in the southwest, Texas and Florida, will become TCTC's new owner.
"We are excited to welcome the students and colleagues of TCTC to the Arizona College of Nursing community," said Nick Mansour, President of Arizona College of Nursing. "Our purpose which is shared by the TCTC leadership team is to provide students the opportunity to improve their lives through education, and we look forward to supporting the healthcare education needs of the Houston area community."
Arizona College of Nursing, nationally accredited by the Accrediting Bureau of Health Education Schools, as is Texas County Technical, focuses on nursing education and allied health training and has been serving students for nearly thirty years. Arizona College of Nursing is a private, degree-granting institution established in Glendale, Arizona. The two organizations, TCTC and Arizona College of Nursing, share the same vision, have solid reputations, and are student centered with emphasis on an evidence-based curriculum. Arizona College of Nursing will bring more resources and will be able to take TCTC programs to the next level.
The name, Texas County Technical College, will not change; class sizes will remain small; one-on-one help will continue while maintaining TCTC's core values. Daily operations will continue, with faculty and staff currently preparing to start a new Practical Nursing program August 24, 2020. The Accelerated LPN to RN cohort enters its second semester August 24.
For questions regarding the change in ownership, please contact the campus at 417-967-5466. Applications for the 20/21 Practical Nursing program will be available starting September 1, 2020, and applications are currently being accepted for the May 2021 Accelerated LPN to RN program.