State Farm Enhances TCC

THOUGHTFUL DONATION: Enjoying the view of downtown Tulsa in the newly named State Farm classroom inside the Tulsa Community College Center for Creativity are from left to right State Farm representatives Rendi Black and John Wiscaver with TCC Foundation Chair Billie Barnett.

Courtesy Tulsa Community College

State Farm recently donated $40,000 to enhance classrooms and broadcast production suites at Tulsa Community College’s Center for Creativity.

The Center for Creativity is TCC’s 46,289 square foot, $22 million downtown Tulsa campus building. It opened for classes in fall 2009 and was designed to be a collaborative education space for TCC’s communications and fine arts departments. It currently hosts TCC’s journalism and mass communications, digital media and visual arts classes.

Highlights of the building include its unique, award-winning architectural design, Oklahoma’s first commercial green and sustainable rooftop, a 400-person event center and northeast Oklahoma’s largest broadcast production studio.

State Farm’s donation will allow students to work in technologically advanced broadcast production suites and a spacious computer lab, which overlooks downtown Tulsa’s Boston Avenue.

Updated 01-25-2010

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