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  1. 2. Tarleton in Fort Worth: Our 30-Year History…
  2. 3. In cooperation with Fort Worth Hospitals
  3. 4. On the grounds of Baylor All Saints Bachelor’s Programs in Clinical Laboratory Science
  4. 5. Additional professional options created need for additional classrooms & laboratories
  5. 6. Produce over 750 medical laboratory professionals for Tarrant County
  6. 7. Graduate Programs in Education Administration in cooperation with the Region XI ESC EARLY
  7. 8. Produced over 200 graduates with Principal Certification for area school districts
  8. 9. TMATE program for alternative teacher certification
  9. 10. Partnership with Fort Worth ISD
  10. 11. Produced over 400 new certified teachers for Fort Worth ISD
  11. 12. Graduate programs in Counseling & Counseling Psychology
  12. 13. Produced 98 graduates for education & professional counseling
  13. 14. The Southwest Metroplex Initiative… Tarleton in Fort Worth: 2005-2009
  14. 15. Emphasis on night and weekend offerings
  15. 16. Graduate and Undergraduate Programs in Business Master’s Programs for Teachers
  16. 17. Rapid growth creates need for additional space
  17. 18. 6777 Camp Bowie Boulevard
  18. 19. 6777 Camp Bowie Boulevard GRAND OPENING
  19. 20. 6777 Camp Bowie Boulevard CLASSROOMS
  20. 21. 6777 Camp Bowie Boulevard COMPUTER LABS
  21. 22. 6777 Camp Bowie Boulevard LIBRARY RESOURCES
  22. 23. In cooperation with TCC South
  23. 24. In cooperation with TCC-NW
  24. 25. Cooperative program with both WC & TCC
  25. 26. Most rapidly growing program
  26. 27. 675 students in Southwest Metroplex SPRING
  27. 28. Tarleton in Fort Worth: 2010 and Beyond…
  28. 29. Serving more students Adding more resident faculty Providing opportunity
  29. 30. Working with local workforce boards, businesses, ISD’s & Health Care Industry to identify additional needed programs
  30. 31. Working with local community colleges to build additional baccalaureate completion programs
  31. 32. Providing high quality, affordable college education
  32. 33. Providing a highly personalized learning experience “ Personal attention is important here, and that is important to me.” -Lance Rainey Degree Candidate for MEd in Educational Administration Springtown, Texas
  33. 35. F. Dominic Dottavio, Ph.D. President [email_address] 254-968-9100 Karen R. Murray, Ph.D. Associate Vice President [email_address] 817-732-7300

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